A former prison chaplain started "Laughing Bear Bakery" as a way to give a second chance to women and men who just get out of prison.
Tim Smith couldn't find work when he first came back from Iraq. After getting a fellowship from the non-profit "The Mission Continues", he started a small commercial cleaning business. Since then, he has hired dozens of out of work veterans.
Sixteen-year-old Layne Robinson had to have three fingers on his pitching hand amputated after an ATV accident but he didn't let that stop him. He is back on the field as a starting pitcher.
Dozens of volunteers in the town of Viburnum, Missouri, spend hours, days and sometimes weeks fixing the houses of their neighbors for free.
It took 76 years, but Navy Seaman First Class Robert Monroe Temple finally reached the end of his journey.
The Mike Bush Fantasy Baseball Camp for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing helps kids standout for their ability not their disability.