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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 98

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1. Cities may not prosecute homeless people for sleeping outside if they have no access to shelter, appeals court rules. – Source

2. Last year 920,000 children died of pneumonia, mostly in countries without access to expensive medical care. Now an Indian doctor has fashioned an artificial respirator out of shampoo bottles. It has been routinely deployed in his hospital, and infant pneumonia deaths have dropped by 75%. – Source

3. Local Banker pays college tuition for graduating high school students, “because it’s the right thing to do.” – Source

4. He spent 27 years wrongly convicted of murder. He wants to spend the rest encouraging inmates to read. – Source

5. Small dog saves the girl, 11, from being abducted by a man in Pasadena, family says. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. A recent blood drive at a Mid Michigan Health Center in Gratiot brought in a record-setting 112 units of blood in a two-day period. Previously, the record set for the most blood received from a drive was 16 units. – Source

7. “Cosby” Actor Geoffrey Owens will take a role on Tyler Perry Show. – Source

8. 92-year-old woman orders food straight from the delivery guy, he obliges and helps her out. – Source

9. NICU volunteer donates a million dollars to the local baby unit. – Source

10. Mississippi family plants vegetable farm gives half to people on fixed income. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. The Great Barrier Reef is showing signs of recovery. – Source

12. Malaysia government to stop palm oil expansion, keep 50% land as forest. – Source

13. Duck lands on the duckless island, locals topping up his pond to keep it from drying out and are thinking of finding another duck to stop him from getting lonely. – Source

14. The boy who asked for racing stickers on his casket gets to ride in a $3M Ferrari. – Source

15. School Janitor gives out clothes, soap, and more to a homeless student from her “care closet”. – Source

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