Down Syndrome Couple Celebrates 22 Years Together (Video)

February - 26 - 2017
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This dynamic duo is becoming the world’s next favorite celebrity couple after they celebrated their 22nd wedding anniversary together. The post Down Syndrome Couple Celebrates 22 Years Together (Video) appeared first on Good News Network. Good News Network

Quiznos to Require Ethical Treatment of Their Chickens

February - 26 - 2017
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One of the top North America sandwich restaurant franchises, Quiznos, aims to establish itself as a fast-food category leader in animal welfare practices. They just announced plans to adopt standards for their supply chain using Global Animal Partnership (GAP) guidelines for the raising and treatment of chickens. GAP standards are the current industry gold star The post Quiznos to Require  [ Read More ]

This man’s family wasn’t able to provide all the support he needed when they found out he was deaf at 11 months old. But when Kevin Nadrowski’s own daughter Bayleigh was born without hearing, he knew that he could be the best parent for her. MORE: This Concrete Organ is Played By The post This Dad Will  [ Read More ]

In a chart-topping gesture of kindness and generosity, beloved talk show host Ellen Degeneres presented this graduating high school class of 41 students with free college scholarships. Earlier this month, Ellen brought two educators, Natasha Campbell and Cheryl Swift, from the Summit Academy of Brooklyn, New York onto her show for The post Watch Ellen Surprise  [ Read More ]

Though these zoo animals would have had to worry about survival in the wild, they get just as active when attacking a vicious soccer ball instead. The wildlife at the Reid Park Zoo in Tucson, Arizona have won hearts on social media thanks to their exercise routine: kicking around a soccer The post These Zoo Animals  [ Read More ]

Inner City Cops Helps Underserved Kids by Playing Chess

February - 25 - 2017
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These boys in blue are doing their duty to protect and serve the community by playing facing off with the city’s youth – facing off over a chess board, that is. The St. Louis Police Department has partnered with the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis, and St. Louis The post Inner City Cops  [ Read More ]

Saudi Arabia, the nation ranked as one of the world’s top crude oil exporters, has launched a billion initiative to phase out fossil fuels in favor of renewably energy. The country plans on harnessing 10 gigawatts of renewable energy by 2023 by constructing several wind and solar plants throughout the nation. Saudi The post Saudi Arabia to Curb  [ Read More ]

There’s an idea out there of what a drug-addled teen is supposed to look like: impulsive, unconscientious, smart, perhaps – but not the most engaged. While personality traits like that could signal danger, not every adolescent who fits that description becomes a problem drug user. So how do you tell The post Brain Scans May  [ Read More ]

Most people would probably be pretty irked if they woke up to find that their bicycle had been stolen, but not Deputy Josh Bowden. That’s because he was given a special note that was left at the scene of the crime. On Monday morning, Josh found a letter written by The post Deputy Writes Heartfelt  [ Read More ]

Charlotte McCourt believes that honesty is the best policy – that’s why she wrote astonishingly blunt reviews of every Girl Scout cookie for her customers. The 11-year-old gave the Do Si Do cookie a 5 out of 10 score because of its “bland, unoriginal flavor”. Her most scathing 1/10 review was for the Toffeetastic; saying The post Girl Scout’s Hilariously  [ Read More ]