See It: Teen With Autism Sinks 3 Pointer, Making His Basketball Dream Come TrueThe Lyndhurst High School varsity basketball team says AJ Leone is the hardest worker on the team.
'To Kill A Mockingbird' Day: Broadway Hit Heads To MSG For Special Student PerformanceThousands of New York City public school students were at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday to watch one of the biggest smashes on Broadway -- for free.
Furry Friend Finder: Simba And Chip In Need Of Forever HomesChip is a 10-year-old, 16-pound, housebroken, Papillion mix, with beautiful silky hair. Simba is a 7-year-old, 7-pound, housebroken, Pekingese dog.
Humble Hero Finds Young Boy With Special Needs Who Disappeared After Running From NJ HomeTen-year-old Ethan Olivacce has attention deficit disorder and is non-verbal. He disappeared Wednesday night for nearly three hours in the freezing cold.
Black History Month: Life Of Black Cowboys Depicted In Harlem Theater ProductionA local jazz singer and composer is using music and theater to share the story of black cowboys.
'Buy Nothing Project' Aims To Reduce, Reuse And Recycle While Bringing Neighbors TogetherThe goal is to bring communities together through giving and helping people nearby. 
Oh My Goodness: Nonprofit Launched By Couple Provides Backpacks Full Of Supplies To Homeless IndividualsThey hit the streets throughout the five boroughs every two weeks, and the hundreds of volunteers have given out more than 3,000 backpacks.
Project ACHIEVE Seeking Participants To Help In HIV Prevention ResearchThose at Project ACHIEVE are hoping more people will come together to help with their work.
Voices For Vets: Double-Amputee Police Officer On Long Island Serves As Inspiration To ManyA Long Island police officer who lost both legs in Afghanistan is now working to bring the amputee community together.
Povolo Quintuplets Get Full-Ride Scholarships To Montclair State UniversityWe all know how expensive it is to pay for college. Well, imagine having quintuplets all applying at the same time.
Year Of The Rat Begins As New Yorkers Prepare For Lunar New Year CelebrationsLunar New Year kicks off Saturday with celebrations lasting the next two weeks until Feb. 8.