Adorable video: Makai went back to school Monday and received big hugs from his friends who missed him dearly.
EMBROKE PINES, Fla. — A 3-year-old boy received a warm welcome home from his preschool classmates and friends.
Makai Simmons and his mother were visiting family in the Bahamas when Hurricane Dorian hit.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A Manhattan child recovering after police say a homeless man randomly attacked him. It happened while he was out with his grandmother on the west side.
The child, 7-year-old Yaromir Potapova, still smiles big but a closer look shows he’s missing one of his two adult front teeth, reports CBS2’s Andrea Grymes.
She says last Wednesday morning Yaromir was riding his scooter with his little sister and grandmother on the West Side Highway near 52nd Street.
“A guy jumped out of a bench, hit him in the face,” said Valeriya. “He didn’t say anything, just hit him in the face and walk away.”
Police say witnesses saw it, and a state trooper nearby tussled with the suspect, identified as 67-year-old Ryan Fran, before arresting him.
“It shouldn’t be like this, people with mental issues shouldn’t walk outside,” said Valeriya. “We might be lucky because he didn’t have a knife, he didn’t hit him with a rock. He didn’t kill him.”
It was pure joy at first sight.
Two toddlers, one black and one white, saw each other on the streets of New York. Instantly they both ran to each other to give the biggest hug like true best friends do.
It was a hug that was practically bigger than the tiny tots themselves. Thanks to a Facebook video posted by one of their dads, this moment is warming hearts all throughout the internet.
The video stars 26-month-old Maxwell and 27-month-old Finnegan, two boys who have been friends for at least a year.
“They just took off toward each other and I just got my phone out as quickly as possible, and just tried to record it,” Maxwell’s dad, Michael Cisneros, told CNN affiliate WPIX. “They are just too cute together.”
Newly released body cam video shows the dramatic moment police rescued the baby from what could have been another hot car tragedy.
“Honestly don’t know how it happened. I am freaking out. I’m sorry… I just don’t know how it happened like how do you forget your baby!” Holly told officers.
Holly forgot the infant inside her car parked in the hot Arizona sun, while she shopped at a Target with her sister and six-year-old niece.
“I love you honey I’m sorry! I’m sorry!”
4-year-old Ava came out of the pool when she thought she lost her goggles, but she doesn’t realize they are already around her head.
Leaked documents show children as young as 16 recruited by Amazon supplier Foxconn work gruelling and illegal hours
Hundreds of schoolchildren have been drafted in to make Amazon’s Alexa devices in China as part of a controversial and often illegal attempt to meet production targets, documents seen by the Guardian reveal.