From a Hot Sauce Save to Junior Police Officers: The Stories That Moved Us

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From hot sauce saves to junior police officers, let’s take a look back on the week that was. This eight-year-old dancer unexpectedly lost her leg, but she didn’t let it keep her from following her dreams. Tessa Puma ate, slept and dreamt dance, until she started feeling sick in 2017.

It looks like Monica Geller is moving back to her iconic NYC apartment. 54-year-old “Friends” actress Courteney Cox served up a bit of nostalgia and popped by the famous West Village apartment building used for the exterior shots of the cast’s home during the series’ 10 seasons.

Bride-to-be Emma of Leicestershire had hoped her mother would be by her side on her upcoming wedding day. Sadly, Emma’s mom died of lung cancer in 2017.

Brittany Schiavone is the founder of 'Brittany's Baskets of Hope.' It's a nonprofit where she creates and delivers baskets filled with toys, clothes and educational resources on Down syndrome to parents and their precious newborns.

There’s a new sheriff in town, and he’s only 5-years-old. Ewinn loves the police and wants to become an officer when he’s older.

A Taco Bell diner’s life may have been saved by his love for hot sauce. 

The “avalanche of pain and humiliation” is behind her now, Monica Lewinsky says. In an interview on “Last Week Tonight” with John Oliver, the now 45-year-old activist and author is looking back and speaking out on how she overcame brutal bullying following the President Clinton sex scandal. 

Stephen Nawrocki is mourning the loss of not only his 60-year-old brother, but who he also knew as his teacher, carpenter, psychologist and a priest. Michael “taught me about love and kindness and acceptance and tolerance,” Stephen said of his brother, who also had Down syndrome, in a moving message on social media.