The lottery winner and his wife used most of the first prize money to remodel their home. However, he plans to hold onto his second prize for a rainy day.
Support came on the heels of news that Walmart was eliminating greeter roles — a move many believe unfairly targets disabled workers, specifically those who may use a wheelchair.
"Sometimes we do what needs to be done," the firefighters shared on Facebook. "The guys enjoyed the next bit being awesome kid sitters till family arrived, we love our community."
"What I did was took a knee against racial discrimination, which is basically when people are mean to other people of different colors," Liam Holmes told WCNC-TV.
David Steven Bell, 51, of Black Mountain, N.C., was charged with three counts of assault for allegedly knocking a girl, who is under the age of 12, to the ground during a fight at the Asheville Mall.
Cell phone footage of the incident shows Rolesville High School principal Dhedra Lassiter jumping in to break up fighting students before she topples over.
Northwest Guilford High School is reassuring parents of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, but the man who initially shared the video says that the school isn't doing enough.
"I just tried to do the best that I could," State Highway Patrol Trooper Sgt. Brian Maynard said of the impromptu delivery.
The foam finger was a gift from his aunt and featured the signatures of a number of players.
The restaurant's owner told her staff that it was important to experience giving back, although she understands that it's not something everybody can afford to do.
A Durham, N.C., native living in D.C. travels all night to vote, and Twitter cheers her on as her story goes viral.