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Jason Warnock's attempt to be an anonymous hero worked out in part. The hero part.
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Couple surprises family with on-air pregnancy announcement

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Apr 17th - 10:41pm
Dave and Lanora Robinson have struggled with infertility for years. They've had eight miscarriages since 2012. Friday they announced on-air to their families in Utah that Lanora is 35-weeks pregnant with a baby boy.
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Have You Seen This? Surprise, it's twins

John Clyde, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 17th - 1:15pm
A couple surprised their friends and family by keeping the twins aspect of the pregnancy quiet until they reveal the little bundles of joy.
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3rd-grade teacher shares heartbreaking notes from students

Josh Furlong  |  posted Apr 17th - 9:19am
A Colorado elementary teacher has started a Twitter campaign to help other teachers connect with their students after a class project opened her eyes on the needs of children.
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Osmond son using long-distance run to fund hearing aids for 25 Utah children

Sam Penrod  |  posted Apr 16th - 6:36pm
One of the second generation Osmonds is gearing up for the biggest performance of his life, but Justin Osmond won't be singing, he will be running for donations to help 25 Utah children receive hearing aids.
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Her student debt was wiped after someone heard her story

Logan Whiteside, CNNmoney  |  posted Apr 16th - 1:06pm
Rhea Shannon lost her Dad to the war in Afghanistan, and was facing a $54,000 student loan bill. Barely two hours after CNNMoney told her story, she got a phone call from an angel offering to help get it wiped away.
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Unbroken: Husband and wife battle rare cancers

Sandee Lamotte, Special to CNN  |  posted Apr 16th - 11:40am
A young couple in their 30s, both diagnosed with rare cancers, are unwavering in their fight to survive.
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Seattle CEO to cut his pay so every worker earns $70,000

Gene Johnson, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 15th - 10:20pm
A Seattle CEO who announced that he's giving himself a drastic pay cut to help cover the cost of big raises for his employees didn't just make those workers happy.
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Retired veteran spends days teaching children to read

Allison Oligschlaeger  |  posted Apr 15th - 6:03pm
Veteran Eugene Ward, 83, known to the children of Redwood Elementary School as "Mr. Gene," is a regular volunteer in the classroom of first-grade teacher Marta Welch. He has been teaching children to read for the past year.
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Father with cancer walks daughter down aisle, minus groom

Lance Griffin, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 14th - 10:17am
John Penn had waited 28 years to walk his daughter down the aisle.
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Hot Wheels rolling in from across globe for Utah boy

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Apr 13th - 11:56pm
Ethan Carnesecca has been at Primary Children's Hospital for several weeks battling pneumonia. A couple days ago, the 3-year-old's favorite toy began showing up in his hospital room.
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5 times someone doing the right thing made a difference

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Apr 13th - 10:32am
Often, honesty is the basis of good acts. Every week, readers share stories of kindness that they have experienced, and more often than not, these kind acts boil down to doing the right thing.
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