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  • Faith in Humanity: Paralyzed football player walks to accept diploma

    Chris Norton, who had been paralyzed after suffering from a spinal injury in 2010, walked across the stage to accept his diploma.
  • Redefining art: How one man made thousands off Instagram posts

    Artist Richard Prince has stirred up controversy after making nearly $100,000 from republished Instagram posts.
  • KTAR News’ Bruce St. James crashes sprint car during race

    KTAR News' Bruce St. James was involved in a sprint car crash last Sunday.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Tomorrowland’

    A young girl crosses path with a former boy-genius and the two must unearth the secrets of a land that exists in their collective memories.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley charity helps families battle childhood cancer

    A cancer diagnosis is a terrifying prospect for any family, but when a child receives the grim prognosis, it can be devastating.
  • Faith in Humanity: Girl misses prom, brother remakes special night

    After Olivia Pelley missed her junior prom due to an illness, her brother decided to give her the night of her dreams.
  • Faith in Humanity: 5-year-old boy feeds, prays with homeless man

    Josiah Duncan, 5, decided to take action after noticing that a homeless man had nothing to eat.
  • Video shows difference between white, black man carrying rifle in public

    You will see two men who are both legally carrying an AR-15 rifle in public and the subsequent reactions of police.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley program gives vets control over health care

    Men and women returning from serving overseas often need specialized or more focused health care and one Valley program is working to put the soldier in charge of their healing.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

    In a post-apocalyptic world, in the far reaches of the desert, humanity is broken and everyone is fighting for survival. Two rivals, Max and Furiosa, are trying to restore order in their own ways. Max is a man who prefers action over talking and Furiosa believes survival exists in her childhood land. The pair fight […]
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Pitch Perfect 2’

    After an embarrassing performance in front of the President of the United States, the Bellas are taken out of the Aca-Circuit. In order to prove themselves worthy of competing again and clearing their name, they must complete a nearly-impossible task: win an international competition. No American group has ever won, so the Bellas must be […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Stranger gives 5-year-old inspiring note to help with first day of school fears

    After overhearing a young girl's concerns with learning how to read, a stranger decided to write an inspiring letter to encourage her to never give up.
  • Faith in Humanity: Former homeless man on Skid Row graduates from college

    Kenneth Chancey, a former homeless teen on L.A.'s infamous Skid Row, accepted his Political Science degree from Loyola Marymount University last Saturday.
  • Faith in Humanity: Quarterback asks childhood friend with Down syndrome to prom

    17-year-old Ben Moser didn't have to keep his word, when as a fourth grader, he told his mom he'd take his friend Mary Lapkowicz to the high school prom.
  • Faith in Humanity: Tempe foundation tries to ease stress for pediatric cancer patients’ families

    A woman who lost her daughter to leukemia heads up a foundation that helps other families struggling with pediatric cancer. Deb Leone started the Melonhead Foundation in 1997 after Melanie, then 11, was diagnosed with cancer. The Tempe, Arizona-based foundation raises money for families’ expenses, including housing, utilities and gas. Melonhead was a nickname the […]