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A Two Year Old Boy Moved to Tears While Listening to Moonlight Sonata

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

View Full Post   Two year old Tyler Noftz of Tampa was attending his big sister's recital with his parents. During one of the performances, Tyler was moved to tears. Dad captured the moment on video and of course posted on social media. Many encouraged Tyler's parents to get him started in music lessons. Maybe a future Beethoven?

Proud Mommy Moment! Alison Storm's Son Sammy Named Mini Mayor

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

View Full Post   HIS Morning Crew's Alison Storm shares a proud mommy moment! Her five-year-old son Sammy was just officially recognized as the Mini Mayor of their town! Sammy visited council chambers, received a gift from the City and even had an inauguration party on Main Street!

Thousands Send Message From Winter Jam in Greenville to Cheyenne!

Monday, March 26, 2018

View Full Post   Thousands packed into the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville for Winter Jam Sunday night. And with one voice sent a message to Cheyenne who is recovering at MUSC from life-threatening complications of the flu. HIS Morning Crew from HIS Radio was there to record the message and sent it to Cheyenne and her family.

Grandma Still Has Snowball Given to Her 11 Years Ago by Granddaughter!

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

View Full Post   Five year old Alecia thought it was a good idea to give her grandmother a snowball for her birthday. Now that she is sixteen, she is shocked to find out that grandma still has it in a Ziploc bag in the freezer. We talked on HIS Morning Crew about gifts that have little monetary value but are worth more than gold.

What Seem Like Missed Opportunities Are Often Catalysts For Others!

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

View Full Post   Rob Dempsey shared what he thought was a missed opportunity to help a homeless man. But after sharing the story on the air with HIS Morning Crew, many were provoked to be more sensitive to needs around them. Many stories were shared with us this morning. Are you aware of the needs around you that go unmet every day?

BIG Surprise for Local Little Boy Who Bravely Saved His Neighbor's Life

Thursday, March 15, 2018

View Full Post   He's only 9, but Malachi Coffey of the midlands is a HERO! He was playing in the backyard when he heard his neighbor's cries for help. Malachi was scared, but he ran to help anyway, saving his neighbor's life! HIS Radio is honoring his bravery with a HUGE SURPRISE!!

Recipe: You Won't Believe the Wild Ingredient in this Edible Cookie Dough!

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

View Full Post   Don't eat raw cookie dough! It'll make you sick! Yes, that's true, but this raw cookie dough is completely safe to eat! HIS Morning Crew's Alison Storm was skeptical but she made it and even shared it with Rob and Jim live on air! They were shocked to learn this treat's main ingredient!

Waffle House Worker Caught Being Kind. College Gives Her Scholarship!

Monday, March 12, 2018

View Full Post   18 year old Evoni Williams of Texas is working at the La Marque Waffle House to save money for college. Though kindness is a lifestyle for her, someone caught her doing good on video and uploaded it to social media. Now she was honored by the Mayor and given a $16,000 scholarship from Texas Southern University.

Trailer: Rob Dempsey Makes Big Screen Debut in 'I Can Only Imagine'

Friday, March 09, 2018

View Full Post   HIS Morning Crew's Rob Dempsey plays a role in the new movie 'I Can Only Imagine', which hits theaters Friday, March 16. The movie is the real-life story behind the incredible Mercy Me song. The faith-based movie also stars Dennis Quaid, Cloris Leachman, Trace Adkins and Broadway's J. Michael Finley.

A Small Gift From a Child Goes a Long Way When It's From the Heart!

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

View Full Post   An eight year old girl sent a donation of $1.40 to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Charlotte. It was accompanied with a hand-written letter that explained why she was giving. She wrote “Because a mirical comes from the heart”. It often takes a child to put things in proper perspective for us adults.