Good News: Doorbell Cameras, Stray Dogs, and College Graduates

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A teenager in rural Nebraska was home alone last month when a wildfire erupted across the street from his house.  But luckily, his family’s doorbell camera sensed movement out front.  So he saw it early, called 911, and saved the house.  In the video, you can hear his mom talking to him over the camera once it’s all over.

2.  Someone in England adopted a stray Boston terrier that no one else wanted because it had weird eyes.  But now she’s a star after winning a competition to be featured on a brewery’s beer cans.

3.  45 inmates in Michigan just graduated college with their bachelor’s degree, and another 31 got their associate’s.  It’s part of a program the state’s been working on with Calvin University in Grand Rapids to cut down on repeat offenders.

4.  A woman in Rhode Island went into premature labor, and a cop named Connor Doyle delivered the baby.  She didn’t even know she was pregnant, and was only six-and-a-half months along.  But because of Connor, the baby’s expected to make it.