WWII Dog Tags Of Pulitzer Prize Winner’s Father Found

Dog Tags Of David Kennerly’s Father Found In An Old Desk In Portland Jordan Felo and his wife didn’t think they were buying dog tags. They thought they were buying an antique desk. But when a mysterious rattle unearthed the unexpected treasure, Felo became determined to get the dog tags back to the veteran who once wore them or at least his family. His search took him on an adventure bigger than he imagined. KOIN-TV in Portland has the story.

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Reporter Interrupts Facebook Live Report To Save Therapy Dog From Hurricane Florence Flooding

Hurricane Florence flooding presented a big challenge TV reporter Julie Wilson. She was focused on her Facebook Live streaming report in New Bern, North Carolina. Wilson was doing a very good job describing all the dangers surrounding her as the flood waters continued to rise. But when she came across a woman determined to save her daughter’s therapy dog, she immediately shifted to what was most important–saving the dog. Julie Wilson, a reporter for WTVD, helps save a dog when

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Arkansas Football Coach Chad Morris Surprises Three Players With Their Dream Come True

Arkansas football coach Chad Morris surprises three deserving players. Arkansas football coach Chad Morris came up with the best way to let three players know their lifetime dream is about to come true. Follow along with Razorbacks Grant Morgan, Connor Limpert and D’vone McClureand you just might be reminded of one of the best days of your own life. You just can’t but be happy for these three unsuspecting, clearly, hardworking young men. Watch….watch…and wait for it. Great moment! Three

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Brown Bears Tastes Freedom After Lifetime In A Cage

Tourists led the charge for Kai, the brown bear’s freedom after they witnessed his horrifying conditions in Japan A new life to be a bear Kai, the brown bear, has a new life as well, a bear. So do three of his fellow bears. It’s all thanks to some British tourists who witness his terrible living conditions while they were traveling in Japan. The Daily News reports it’s been a hard life for this beautiful creature. His mother was killed

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What Do You Keep If Your Entire Life Had To Fit In Five Boxes?

Daria and Jim are a nightmare. At least to certain forces we face every day. The companies and marketers who bombard us with romance of stuff. No matter how much you have, you need more. Clothes, shoes, boats, houses, trinkets. Daria, especially, gets that. Stuff-loving hoarder. That’s how she described herself. So much stuff it led her to having one of those “How’d we get here?” moments. “We looked up and realized we had lived in the same house for

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Walmart Worker Uses Her Break To Paint Fingernails For Woman With Disability

Angela Peters just wanted her fingernails manicured. That didn’t seem to be a lot to ask when she went into the Da-Vi nail salon inside a Walmart in Burton, Michigan last week. But even simple things can be challenging when you live with cerebral palsy like Peters does. Not that she’s isn’t very able. She’s a poet and an artist. Apparently, though, the folks at Da-Vi weren’t interested in making her a customer. They told she shakes too much they

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How Your Kid’s Back To School Photo Can Earn Them A College Scholarship

That back to school photo you’re posting of your adorable kid might be worth more than the many likes you’re getting from friends and family on Facebook. It just might win your kid a $2,000 college scholarship! First National Bank of Omaha and Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg today announced the launch of the NEST 529 Back-to-School Photo Drawing. It’s a new scholarship opportunity open to families across the United States. Beginning today, NEST 529 invites families to capture and submit

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Retiring Cop Surprised And Overwhelmed By Son As He Radios In For The Last Time

Retiring police officer Duane Ledoux has made a career out of being a cop. After more than 32 years serving on the Southbridge, Massachusetts Police Department, Ledoux radioed in for the last time earlier this summer. Little did Officer Ledoux realize, his son, Nate, would be the one responding for his dad’s final radio call. No doubt, Ledoux has to be a tough guy to serve all those years on the force. All the more reason it is so heartwarming

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