Alaska Airlines Makes History Flying First Commercial Flight Using Fuel Made From The Forest

November 15, 2016 / 6,533 views

Alaska Airlines made history flying the first commercial flight using the world's first renewable, alternative jet fuel made from forest residuals - the limbs and branches that remain after the harvesting of managed forests.

Police Officers Babysit At Local Daycare After Provider Has Medical Emergency

November 14, 2016 / 10,187 views

Three Canadian police officers took on the role of babysitters at a local daycare after the provider sustained a medical emergency and had to be transported to hospital.

New Zealand Town Builds 80ft Tunnel To Protect Penguins From Traffic

November 13, 2016 / 14,167 views

Being a penguin in Oamaru Harbor just got a little bit safer.

Hundreds Join A Man And His Beloved Dog For A Final Walk Along The Beach

November 12, 2016 / 13,142 views

Walnut had a look at the sea one final time.

The Polish Army Is Teaching Women Self-Defense For Free

November 11, 2016 / 4,842 views

The Polish military is launching FREE nationwide self-defense classes for women aged 18 or above who want to learn unarmed combat.

Video Game Company Founder Donates $15 Million To Protect 7,000 Acres Of North Carolina Wilderness

November 10, 2016 / 7,680 views

Epic Games founder Tim Sweeney has reportedly paid $15 million to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to permanently protect 7,000 acres of undeveloped land in his home state of North Carolina.

Police Officers Shower Pit Bull With Love After Rescuing Her From Abuse

November 09, 2016 / 9,102 views

Police officers in New York City who rescued a dangerously malnourished pit bull in April are trying to rescue the dog a second time by finding her a loving home.

Metallica Collects 9 Tons Of Food For Malnourished Children In Colombia

November 08, 2016 / 8,595 views

Nearly ten tons of food was collected for disadvantaged children and animals at METALLICA's concert in Colombia last week.

Here's How A Melbourne Soup Shop Gives Free Soup To The Homeless Every Day

November 08, 2016 / 8,646 views

This is the story of a little soup shop in Melbourne, Australia, that makes a lot of lives better everyday. But you've probably never heard of it.

Police Dept. Honors Retired Officer With Escort And Final Salute As He Enters Hospice Care

November 07, 2016 / 8,119 views

An emotional video posted by Tami Serna, of Otsego, Minnesota is going viral on Facebook today. The video shows the Coon Rapids Police Department offering Serna's father, Denny Preston, a final salute.

5th And 6th Graders Donate Class Trip Money To 1st Grader Who Lost Mom To Cancer

November 07, 2016 / 11,436 views

A first-grader at the Bath Village School lost his mother to cancer about two months ago. The boys and girls in the fifth and sixth grades wanted to do something special for him, and they did.

12-Year-Old Turns Sadness Upside Down By Sewing Teddy Bears For Sick Children

November 06, 2016 / 12,012 views

Campbell Remess from Tasmania, Australia has made about 800 teddy bears since he took up sewing three years ago. The 12-year-old takes his finished works to sick children at Royal Hobart Hospital to bring some much needed joy.

Read What This Bullied Student Wrote About A Senior Who Bought Him New Shoes

November 05, 2016 / 16,487 views

Greenwood High School senior Tae Moore said fellow student Taylor Bates had been mistreated on campus and he wanted to do something about it. Bothered after hearing about students teasing Bates for the way he dressed and looked, Moore seized an opportunit

Little Girl Uses Google Translate To Ask A New Student To Sit With Her At Lunch

November 04, 2016 / 17,408 views

Two elementary school students in California have proven that friendship can go beyond any language barrier. Amanda Moore does not speak Spanish but she didn't let that stop her from reaching out to a new classmate at Paloma Elementary who doesn't speak E

Boy Says Final Goodbye To His 91-Year-Old Best Friend Who Lived Next Door

November 04, 2016 / 14,488 views

For ten years, the Rychner family and Erling Kindem lived next to each other in a Minneapolis suburb, but didn't have much of a relationship beyond saying hello. That changed after Emmett came along.

New Zealand's Natives Are Showing Their Support For Standing Rock In A Powerful Way

November 03, 2016 / 7,131 views

The Maoris just took Standing Rock solidarity up a notch with their viral war dance.

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