A Respiratory Therapist on his treatment team fell in love with Charlie and decided to give him a home - she adopted him.
The KMOV Surprise Squad showed up at a gas station in Waterloo, Illinois and thought it was a good time to fill some tanks and some hearts.
Their mom died after giving birth, leaving four young boys alone; their uncle was the only family they had left.
EUREKA, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- A little kindness these days can go a long way.
They may be overlooked or taken for granted, but delivery drivers have had a tremendous impact during the pandemic. When folks stayed at home, delivery drivers put themselves in jeopardy to delivery everyday essentials.
SOUTH ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Do you remember your first bike?
You’ve probably never heard of the Leu Civic Center before, unless you’re from Mascoutah, Illinois. If you are, you probably can’t remember ever not knowing it!
NEW BADEN, Ill. (KMOV.com) -- A few weeks ago we introduced you to Hoyt, a local 6-year-old who decided to write and deliver his own paper!
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- It has been challenging for many these last few months and St. Louisans were shut in for most of the spring.
Our Surprise Squad meets a woman who leads the charge in making patients' rooms safe for everyone.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) -- News 4 continues to recognize health care professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- This week, KMOV's Surprise Squad decided to surprise another healthcare worker working on the frontlines during this crisis.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Doctors and nurses risk their lives in the fight against COVID-19, but what about the workers who support them?
KMOV's Surprise Squad went to Granite City to help a breast cancer survivor and someone struggling financially.
Tita Kidd has always been there for everyone else in her role as pediatric nurse, mother and the rock of the family, but she’s not used to needing help herself.
A month after Christmas, personal budgets are still strained for some.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Maybe it's that time of the year, or maybe it's that St. Louisans are some of the most charitable people in the country.
Todd Shelton, a coach at McCluer South-Berkeley High School, was driving through Berkeley when bullets ripped through his car and hit him near his spine.
Sometimes parents just have no say in what their kids end up liking.
(KMOV.com) – As frustrating as a golf outing can be, the Surprise Squad found a man who shows us its very therapeutic for some remarkable kids at a local hospital.
Most people keep their head down and go about their business when grocery shopping.