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A Woman Who Returned a Bag of $15,000 in Cash is Being Rewarded for Her Honesty
A woman in Michigan is being hailed as a hero after she returned a bag full of cash that she found. Dianne Gordon has been walking 2.7 miles to and from work for the past year, and was returning home from work when she found the bag of money. Police were able to track down the owner of the money, which was a newlywed couple who had just gotten married that day. After learning Dianne was in need of money for a new car, one of the officer's wives set up GoFundMe page for Dianne, and in just 24 hours, more than $40,000 has been raised for her.
Meet the Leap Triplets Celebrating Their "Sixth" Birthday
Triplet sisters Savannah, India, and Alicia Phillips are celebrating their sixth birthday at 24 years old in Wolverhampton. Born on February 29th, they're rare "Leaplings" with a one in 1,461 chance of being born on this date. Despite living in different cities like Oxford and New York, the trio makes every four years special by celebrating together or separately based on convenience. The unique phenomenon of leap year helps adjust the calendar to match Earth's orbit around the sun every four years.
This Group of Friends is Spreading Joy to Servers With Generous Tips
The Thousand Dollar Breakfast Club, founded by attorney Richard Brooks and his wife Laurie in 2023, surprises servers with generous tips of over $1,000 at small breakfast gatherings in the Boston area. The club has grown in size since and is spreading kindness across the country.
This Dad Sprung Into Action to Help Deliver His Baby Along the Side of the Road
A Kansas City dad became a hero when he delivered his baby along the side of a road in the early morning hours. Deputies captured the moment on body camera as Riley Redenbaugh proudly announced, "I just delivered my baby." The officers provided life-saving instructions and celebrated with a fist bump before medical personnel arrived. Both mother and baby are doing great after being wrapped in Dad's red T-shirt by EMS and fire crews. Congratulations to the Redenbaugh Family!
"Upcycled" Food is Becoming More Popular Around the World in an Effort to Reduce Waste
Consumer interest in climate-friendly consumption is driving the growth of "upcycled" products made from food that would otherwise go to waste, with a certification program and increased availability.
New Studies Show Incorporating Nature Into Your Routine Can Improve Mental Health
A study from the University of Waterloo shows that incorporating more nature into urban environments can significantly improve youth mental health. Forest bathing and exposure to natural urban spaces have been found to reduce anxiety levels in adolescents.
Officers Just Rescued a 5-Year-Old Girl With Autism Who Wandered Away From Home
A 5-year-old girl with autism who wandered away from her Tampa home was safely rescued by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department after a desperate search in a wooded, swampy area.
Meet the 70-Year-Old Grandfather Inspiring Everyone With His Fitness Routine
A 70-year-old grandfather from China is taking social media by storm with his incredible fitness routine and youthful physique. Zou Heping, known as the "magic monkey" of Gele Mountain, has inspired viewers with his dedication to intense workouts and healthy living. Despite his age, Zou's body resembles that of a much younger person's. His daily routine includes unique exercises on Gele Mountain that showcase his endurance and commitment to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
These Students Broke a World Record With an Electric Car That Goes 1,600 Miles on One Charge
German students just broke a world record with an electric car prototype that travels 1,599 miles on a single charge, showcasing incredible energy efficiency. Other student innovations include the fastest-accelerating EV and a rechargeable battery lasting 400 years.
How One Man Turned His Farm Into a Thriving Forest
Eoghan Daltun successfully rewilded 29 hectares of farmland in Ireland by letting nature take its course and putting up a fence to keep out invasive species. His efforts have led to the rapid regeneration of native forests, wildflowers and fauna on the Beara Peninsula.
This New Exoskeleton is Helping Disabled Users Walk and Stand
This Italian-made robotic exoskeleton called the 'Twin' offers improved mobility for disabled individuals with three modes of operation, designed by the Italian Institute of Technology and the National Insurance Institute of Workplace Injuries.