Good News

A police officer is being praised for his kind gesture towards a man who was kicked off a New Jersey bus for not wearing any shoes.

Hollis-Jefferson planned a birthday party in the new home and waited with his family, friends, and a videographer to film the big moment (to the tune of Boyz II Men's "Mama," of course).

Joel Fitzgerald, Forth Worth’s 1st Black Police Chief, Takes Charge https://t.co/T3kd6iGlhI pic.twitter.com/1rM4TVBtvC — Good Black News (@goodblacknews) October 26, 2015 History was made in Fort Worth,…

For Virginia couple Arkell and Dana Griffin-Graves, having a baby was a trying feat that resulted in several miscarriages and the birth of a stillborn baby.…

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, South Korean automotive brand Hyundai Motor Company announced it will award $10.5 million in research grants to hospitals across the U.S.…

(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – On this week’s edition of Indy Speaks, we had a stories of good people doing good things. A nice change of pace…

Ready to hear some good stories? This summer was filled with moments that touched our hearts – whether they involved celebrities or everyday people going…

Tracy Morgan, who was gravely injured in a car accident last year, will host the third episode of SNL's new season on October 17.

LeBron James is paying it forward by covering the college tuition of over one thousand kids with the help of his "I Promise" program.

Tyrese Gibson has offered to pay a young man's Morehouse College tuition; an act that was graciously accepted by 21-year-old Lorenzo Murphy

A Barber took part in Dubuque's Back to School Bash in Comiskey Park on Saturday to give free haircuts to children who read books to him

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is donating $4.7 million to eight organizations in New Orleans and two coalitions in Mississippi devoted to uplifting young men and…