Soccer fans from around the globe have poured into Brazil for the world Cup, but Englishman Jon Burns and his nonprofit, Lionsraw, have sought to turn their passion into social impact. Since 2006, the group has rallied more than 500 fans to help nearly 6,000 children in cities hosting major soccer tournaments. Jon Burns is this week's CNN hero.
He's the go to guy for tips on how to survive the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. But, when he ran with the bulls, he got gored. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports that's no bull.
Farming is becoming a job for older folks. It seems young adults aren't drawn to the profession. But, new technology hopes to change that, as Matt Petrillo explains.
A Louisiana mom has invented a cool way to keep kids safe. Elizabeth Vowell introduces us to the safety tattoo.
Four people had minor injuries after a roller coaster got stuck on the track at Six Flags Magic Mountain in California. Kimberly Cheng reports.
A cat born without eyes in the Middle East is safe at home in Oklahoma after taking an unexpected adventure. Bree Steffen reports.
Remember the kid who tried to cheat by looking over your shoulder to copy your test answers? He's baaaack! But this time he's wearing Google Glass -- and he's after your iPad pin.CNN Money Tech correspondent Laurie Segall reports.
This is the reality for over 170,000 people in Hong Kong - homes not much bigger than king-size beds. Patricia Wu has more.
Watch as former KOMO anchors Dan Lewis and Kathi Goertzen host the "4th of Jul-Ivar's" Seattle firework show.
A North Carolina man wrote to his local paper, admitting that he's looked at other women during his 61-year marriage. Kristen Hampton tells us why and what his wife has to say about it.
A New Orleans man came up with a unique way to ask his girlfriend a very important question. Natalie Shepherd has the story.
An unusual home is being auctioned off in Festus, Missouri. People are lining up to bid on the former roller rink -- turned cave home. Shawndrea Thomas has the story.
You've likely heard of 3-D movies, but a movie theater in California offers a new movie going experience called 4-D. Stephanie Elam tells us what to expect.
A 73-year old veteran says he was fired from a cracker barrel restaurant for giving a needy man a few condiment packets and a corn muffin. He admits it was against the restaurant's rules, but says he thinks it was the right thing to do. Josh Taylor has the story.
A Utah teen won a contest - but instead of keeping her prize she gives it to a friend in need. Devon Dolan has this story of her selfless act.
Don't call them parlors, they are now tattoo art studios and are no longer in decline. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.
A near tragedy managed to strengthen the bond between a man and his only grandson. The boy's name is Nino, and the grandfather is Pino. They've always been close, but never more than now. As Mike Binkley reports, a desperate situation turned one of them into a hero.
Decades after considering it a lost cause, a Detroit man is on the verge of reuniting with his dream car. Andy Choi highlights the 33-year search for a special Corvette.
A fight between the HOA and a homeowner who wants to display his American flag in his flower garden. Now the vet could be forced out of his home if he doesn't pay up. Erica Bennett has the details.