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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 55

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. A man falsely imprisoned for 10 years, uses prison library to study law and have his conviction overturned. Becomes a lawyer and is now helping overturn other false convictions. – Source

2. Children’s Hospitals convert MRI and CT Scanners to interactive adventures to avoid frightening children. – Source

3. Some companies still paying Puerto Rico employees despite closed stores after hurricanes. – Source

4. ‘I opened it up and that baby just looked me right in the eyes.’ Newborn baby placed inside safe haven baby box at the fire station. – Source

5. A man obsessed with cranes gets a guard of honor by crane drivers he waved hello to every day. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Pakistan bans plastic bags in one of its 5 provinces. – Source

7. Danica Roem is Va.’s first openly transgender elected official, unseating conservative in House race. – Source

8. Girls insist they’re twins because they ‘have the same birthday and the same soul’. – Source

9. Endangered apes saved from pet trade: Conservationists are celebrating the arrival of a baby Javan gibbon, the first of this species to be born in the wild to parents that were rescued from the pet trade. – Source

10. Virginia lottery player wins $5,000, $500 and finally $5 million. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Plastic pollution from the ocean is being used to make designer sunglasses: About 10 kilograms of waste is collected for each piece of eyewear, with most of the rest recycled for other uses. – Source

12. Born before 22 weeks, the most premature baby is now thriving. – Source

13. 90-year-old finally joins music fraternity, 69 years after she was accepted. – Source

14. Little girl’s stolen puppy returned by remorseful thieves. – Source

15. Denver council unanimously votes to ban cat declawing. – Source

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