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    The first responder parade for a Michigan boy that went above and beyond

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  • A state trooper’s retirement surprise

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  • Breaking sports barriers in the windy city

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  • Using teamwork to touchdown

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  • Heroic reporter reunited with woman he saved from flooded car during Hurricane Ian

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  • Neighbors completely renovate house of orphaned boys

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  • Performing in the park: the non-profit making arts accessible to all

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  • Louisiana Ship Building Company finds mystery message in a bottle

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  • Son gives life-changing gift to mother battling benign brain tumor

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  • Ohio bride sparks movement of donating wedding dresses and passing them onto others

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  • 15-year-old Minnesotan teenager raises $77,000 to build veteran’s memorial

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  • Phoenix-area third-graders surprised with full college scholarships

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  • Warner Elementary School Principal Dr. Terrance Newton dies following motorcycle accident

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  • Amputee Jacky Hunt-Broersma runs 102 marathons in 102 straight days

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  • Changing the lives of people in need one free haircut at a time

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  • Utah community helps fund and build wheelchair accessible wing for disabled teenager

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  • Florida police officer creates soccer team to welcome immigrant children

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  • Eisenhower Elementary students shave heads to raise money for childhood cancer

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  • High school students receive the news of a lifetime

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  • One teen who continues to defy all odds

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Blind cross country athlete and running guide’s lasting bond

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Paul Scott is blind, but that does not stop him from running on his high school’s cross country team. He and his 11-year-old running guide, Rebel Hays, have built a friendship that goes beyond the sport.