When a High School Student Lost His Mother to Cancer, the Community United for Him

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When a High School Student Lost His Mother to Cancer, the Community United for Him
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A 17-year-old student in Texas broke the news that his mother had lost her battle with cancer. When he came back to school the next day, the entire high school rallied around him during his time of need. Check out the full story here:

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This Kid Just Beat the Living Tar Out of a Hungry Alligator

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This Kid Just Beat the Living Tar Out of a Hungry Alligator
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Nine-year-old James Barney Jr. of Florida was taking a dip in a lake when a 400 pound alligator tried to make a meal of him. Miraculously, the boy fended him off with a few quick hits and Barney only has bite marks to show from it. In a few years if you meet someone by the same name, be very careful during your game of "Two Truths and a Lie," is all we're saying.

Check out some of the interview footage via Huffington Post here:


A Group of Firefighters Had to End Their Shopping Trip Due to an Emergency Call, but This Was Waiting for Them When They Got Back

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A Group of Firefighters Had to End Their Shopping Trip Due to an Emergency Call, but This Was Waiting for Them When They Got Back
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That's right, their entire bill had been paid by an anonymous woman, the wife of an Airforce member. Check out the full news story here.

In a Scene Straight Out of a Movie, a Brave Teen Pushes His Friend Out of Oncoming Traffic, Saving Her Life

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In a Scene Straight Out of a Movie, a Brave Teen Pushes His Friend Out of Oncoming Traffic, Saving Her Life
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Before we dive into the full video of the story: The first person to say "friend zone" in the comments will get permabanned. Just a heads up. Anyway, without further ado:

Windfall of the Day: A Couple Takes Their Dog for a Walk, Ends Up With $10 Million in Rare Coins

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Windfall of the Day: A Couple Takes Their Dog for a Walk, Ends Up With $10 Million in Rare Coins
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A couple in northern California found a stash of 1,400 coins buried under a tree on their own property. Fresh and mint, the face value of the coins adds up to around $27,000. But to collectors, individual pieces are worth an upwards of $1 million apiece.

So, who else is going out to buy a metal detector today?