Arkansas mom who lost both sons and her home in Sunday's tornado shows amazing fortitude. “You can’t fake that when you are faced with a tragedy that not only affects one child, but both of your children,” said Scott Harness, pastor of ThatChurch.com.
It wasn’t until an explosion occurred a few minutes into the firefight that Andrew Kitzenberg realized he was witnessing the beginning of the end in the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
For 21 years, Willie Baronet has purchased and collected hundreds of signs from homeless people. Now he's turning them into works of art. “I know this makes some people uncomfortable,” Baronet said. “Sometimes I like creating art that furthers that.”
Jerri Weaver’s house is certainly unconventional. Some might even call it kooky. But come crunch time – when Mother Nature’s fury is at her doorstep as it was Sunday night – the native Arkansan has peace of mind in her bunkerlike abode. “I have no fear,” Weaver said. “I know that we’re going to be OK.”
For years he masked the pain with drugs. Then came the countless hours of therapy. But now John Delaney says he’s finally strong enough to deliver a message to the Catholic priest he says raped him as a young boy: “You tell him John Delaney’s coming for him,” he said in a thick Philly accent. “I'm not a little kid anymore. You can't do this to me. I'm going to fight back now.”