Kusum Chandrapal says volunteering at an orphanage in India taught her that everyone needs love.
Otie Kinnear has always counted on his wife, Imogene, to be by his side. Even after more than 67 years of marriage, Otie still drops everything he's doing to talk to her every morning.
Ten senior citizens with more than 400 years of combined marriage experience weigh in on what lessons they have learned about love over the years.
Organist David Kuhns, 38, has autism, and music is how he best expresses himself.
As Kansas City removes thousands of old, damaged trees every year, the Department of Parks and Recreation is working with various groups to plant new ones.
With laptops, officers no longer have to make trips back to the police station to file reports, saving a lot of time. The Cape Girardeau Police Department was the largest Missouri police force to not have laptops in its vehicles.
Heese has been quilting for 13 years but has only just recently started her own business. She has created a fabric line and published three books in her first three years as a professional quilter.
The NFL has the Midas touch — its ratings and revenues keep increasing even when the economy isn't at its best.
The agency, which provides services for those with developmental disabilities, says it hopes a Short Street option will allow it to meet space requirements while preserving the North Village's residential character.
Patriots fans are streaming into Indianapolis in preparation for the 46th Super Bowl, and from sandwiches to scarves, their Hoosier hosts are doing everything possible to make them feel at home.
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has become a national sensation for his last-minute victories and trademark "tebowing." Tebow visited the Super Bowl on Thursday to talk with reporter about his season, the Broncos' loss to the Patriots, and his desire to keep improving.
Celebrities, event planners say that the Midwest city will attract the rich and famous despite its reputation.
The agency has helped Isaac Pasley, a teenager with Asperger's syndrome, learn to drive, find a job, make friends and, most importantly, gain his independence.
Max Lewis — who still runs his own family law practice even after he became paralyzed — relies on Boone County Family Resources, Services for Independent Living and Medicaid for support.
Boone County Family Resources — established in 1976 — served 1,392 clients in 2011 through 202 agencies, therapists and other professionals to provide 44 different services for clients.
Twitter use among teenagers is up but for reasons different from what many may think.
Recent reactions to the Santorum and Duggar families have brought to light the lack of a standard for mourning a child who never alive in the world.
After taking a direct hit in the tornado that hit Joplin, the "Volunteer House," with messages scribbled on its walls by people from around the country, takes first steps toward preservation.
With personal knowledge about the fight against cancer and a keen knack for music, Charlie Lustman works to inspire others to continue their personal battles.
Living through grief is difficult. Mary Leean lost her husband of 56 years last April to a rare degenerative brain disorder. How does someone carry on after losing his or her soul mate?