Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.
1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week
1. The global crackdown on parents who refuse vaccines for their kids has begun: Countries like Italy and Australia are tired of measles outbreaks so they’re moving to fine anti-vaccine parents. – Source
2. When Richard Branson’s airline won $945,000 from a lawsuit, he gave it all to his employees. – Source
3. 35 fellow cops finish the tree house a slain officer was building for daughter. – Source
4. An Indian boxer won a title fight against a Chinese opponent then offered to hand back the prize as a gesture of peace between the two nations which are locked in a territorial dispute in the Himalayas. – Source
5. ‘Babe Ruth’ of blood donors saves thousands, hits 100-gallon milestone. – Source
6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week
6. Salt Lake mayor goes under cover, stays in a homeless shelter to get information about growing homelessness issues. – Source
7. Milkshake shipped across the US to grant dying woman’s wish. – Source
8. UK’s first nationwide ‘quiet hour’ for autistic shoppers to be held this October. – Source
9. A father from Texas realized there were no theme parks where his disabled daughter could play. So he decided to build one. – Source
10. ‘Enough is enough’: 50 bikers escort bullied boy to the first day of middle school. – Source
11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week
11. Missing Modesto Kindergarten Teacher Found Alive: Jamie Tull has bipolar disorder, she has not taken her medication for six months because a pastor and his wife told her that pills lead to demons. – Source
12. George and Amal Clooney are sending 3,000 Syrian refugees to school. – Source
13. 10-year-old designer bullied for her dark skin stuns in an incredible photo shoot. – Source
14. Tesla Solar Roof is priced at $21.85 per square foot, which is nearly 20 percent less than the cost of a traditional roof even without factoring in the energy savings. – Source
15. City donates recycled, refurbished bikes to local at-risk youth. – Source
#14, most asphalt roofs cost less than $7 per square foot. Tesla makes a good product, but I really wish this lie would die.
#12 and #23 are basically the same. I’m not impressed. With the money they have the # of students should be closer to 10,000.