- Homeless youth program sees record numbers Updated: Nov-30-13 11:05 am
- Ala. museum has art formerly displayed only by CIA Updated: Nov-28-13 11:50 am
- Maine-NH group heading to Haiti to help children Updated: Nov-28-13 11:19 am
- Ho, Ho, No! NYC Santa Claus parade comes to an end Updated: Nov-25-13 6:05 pm
- Charitable donation will earn guests 1 lap at MIS Updated: Nov-25-13 4:03 am
- Conn. golf tournament donates $1.2M to charity Updated: Nov-23-13 10:56 am
- Old Va venue becomes film, performing arts center Updated: Nov-23-13 9:35 am
- Student's spirit of giving carries on after death Updated: Nov-22-13 11:17 am
- Lowcountry prosecutor collecting Toys For Tots Updated: Nov-21-13 4:12 am
- Popular 'Batkid' caper costs San Francisco $105K Updated: Nov-20-13 6:23 pm
- Group reneges on $20M commitment for Lincoln arena Updated: Nov-15-13 1:49 pm
- Holiday donation program for foster kids starts Updated: Nov-15-13 3:07 am
- URI gifted $15M to launch brain research institute Updated: Nov-14-13 3:14 pm
- To help typhoon victims, send money, not stuff Updated: Nov-14-13 8:25 am
- AT&T, Verizon waive fees to contact Philippines Updated: Nov-12-13 5:47 pm
- SD group seeks turkeys for low-income people Updated: Nov-10-13 11:07 am
- SD AG warns of scams related to blizzard disaster Updated: Nov-09-13 5:28 am
- Grand Teton Supt. Leaves "political" park post Updated: Nov-08-13 5:21 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - It's been a tough year for Rebecca. Her mother, who often watched over Rebecca's elementary school-aged son, died. Rebecca, a single mom, has been looking for work for a while.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - There are only two places to see a gallery of artwork depicting key events in the history of U.S. intelligence services: The headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency and an out-of-the way museum in Alabama.
KITTERY POINT, Maine - A seven-member group from Maine and New Hampshire is bringing hundreds of pounds of donated harmonicas, jump ropes, dresses, medical supplies, and other items to children in Haiti recovering from the 2010 earthquake.
NEW YORK - Santa Claus ISN'T coming to town.
BROOKLYN, Michigan - Those who donate a toy or food to charity will earn themselves one lap around Michigan International Speedway next month.
CROMWELL, Connecticut - Organizers of the Travelers Championship golf tournament in Connecticut say this past summer's event generated more than $1.2 million for charity.
CHINCOTEAGUE, Virginia - On an overcast autumn afternoon on Main Street, island resident Nancy Lane happily shows the traces of history deeply woven into one of downtown's oldest buildings.
GREENWOOD, Indiana - A holiday charity in memory of a Center Grove student has rapidly grown this year and will be able to help provide toys, books and other items to more children than ever before.
BEAUFORT, South Carolina - Prosecutors in the Lowcountry are collecting toys to give to needy families this holiday season.
SAN FRANCISCO - The city of San Francisco spent $105,000 in public funds to honor a 5-year-old boy with leukemia who captivated the nation with his exploits as "Batkid," and it hopes to recoup the money through private donations, the mayor's spokeswoman said Wednesday.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A group of local leaders who promised to try to raise $20 million in private donations for a Lincoln arena will not fulfill that commitment.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A program that gives luggage, duffel bags and personal-care items to children transitioning to foster care is seeking donations.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN, Rhode Island - The University of Rhode Island received its largest-ever private donation, $15 million, from former CVS Caremark CEO Tom Ryan and his wife, Cathy, on Thursday to establish a neuroscience research institute.
Faced with heartbreaking images of the typhoon-ravaged Philippines - the sea of corpses, communities reduced to rubble, mothers clutching their hungry children - the world is watching an epic tragedy unfold and looking for ways to help. The big question is how.
NEW YORK - AT&T and Verizon are offering free calls and texts to the Philippines for customers trying to contact friends and family there in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The Feeding South Dakota hunger relief organization is seeking donations to provide Thanksgiving turkeys to people who are struggling to buy food.
PIERRE, South Dakota - State Attorney General Marty Jackley says people should remain cautious of scams that seek to exploit victims of the early October blizzard in western South Dakota.
JACKSON, Wyoming - Retiring Grand Teton National Park Superintendent Mary Gibson Scott has had a parks career that saw her serve in places like San Francisco and New York, where bashing officials was a blood sport.