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California Hero Brandon Tsay Was Just Surprised With $30,000 in Scholarships
26-year-old Brandon Tsay became a hero earlier this year when he disarmed a gunman outside his family's dance hall in Alhambra, California, saving everyone inside. Tsay's quick thinking and courage earned him recognition from all around the world, and since then, Tsay decided he wanted to go back to school. Now, with the support of his community and newfound fame, Tsay is looking towards his own goals, including finishing college, and was surprised with $30,000 in scholarships to help him pursue his dreams.
Bikers Across the World Are Coming Together to Raise Money for Mental Health
Motorcycle enthusiasts in Moncton came together for the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride, donning dapper outfits and riding vintage bikes to raise money for prostate cancer research and men's mental health. With over 120 countries participating, this annual event has raised over $50 million since 2012. Riders not only enjoyed a great Sunday ride but also reflected on the importance of supporting their loved ones and raising awareness for these important causes.
A New Approach to Finding Habitable Planets May Lie in the Space Between Stars
A team of astronomers has proposed a new approach to finding habitable worlds beyond our solar system by focusing on the region around the soot line, where dust orbits a star. By studying planets forming in this region, scientists hope to gain insight into the diversity of habitable worlds and the conditions needed for life to thrive. While this model offers exciting possibilities, the search for exoplanets relies on observational tools, and advancements like the Webb Space Telescope are enhancing our ability to detect and study these distant worlds.
These Veteran POWs Were Just Reunited, 50 Years After Returning Home
The POWs of Vietnam received a hero's welcome at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library. More than 150 former prisoners and their families were surrounded with love and appreciation from fellow veterans, students and community members. As part of the reunion events, the veterans gathered together to get an early view of a special exhibit honoring the Pows who returned home. a reminder to thank all our heroes whenever we get a chance.
Latvia is Celebrating its Hockey World Championship Medal With a National Holiday
Latvians received a delightful surprise when their parliament declared a national holiday after the country's ice hockey team achieved its best-ever result at the world championship. The team's thrilling bronze medal victory in the tournament led to wild celebrations and prompted a unanimous decision by parliament to grant a holiday, solidifying the remarkable success in the nation's memory. The joyous atmosphere continued as an airBaltic plane flew over Riga to greet fans eagerly awaiting the team's return.