A little boy set up a lemonade stand to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Following the horrific shooting in Dallas, local children are raising money with lemonade stands to support the city's police officers.
Holding up a sign that read “Help Us Thank Our Police,” the cheery duo managed to raise $50 to buy officers doughnuts and sodas.
A Florida homeowners association soured an 11-year-old boy’s business venture when it shut down his lemonade stand.
A little girl's plan to raise money went sour, thanks to a heartless thief. Luckily, her story has a sweet ending.
A sour thief has stolen an 8-year-old Minnesota girl’s lemonade stand.
Two Texas girls attempting to raise money for a Father's Day gift were told by police they had to shut down their lemonade stand because it's illegal to sell lemonade without a permit.
A catering van crashed into a passenger plane at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Friday, according to officials.
Two Texas girls’ sweet attempt at raising money was quickly soured when the police shut down their lemonade stand.
When eight-year-old Rachel Mennett heard about a local veteran who was having trouble getting service training for his dog, she opened a lemonade stand to help raise money.