#5.  LISTEN | Emotional 911 audio after baby Rainn found alive

Emotions ran high as a volunteer searcher called 911 to report that he had found 2-year-old Rainn Peterson about 48 hours after the toddler went missing.

The male caller told the dispatcher, "I found Baby Rainn and she's still alive...She's got flies all over her, but shes ok. It'll all be OK honey...You're OK sweetheart. I swear you're gonna be OK."

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#4. Mother of missing toddler in Trumbull County speaks to WKYC

Brandi Peterson reiterates that she had nothing to do with Rainn going missing.

"I wasn't there and I didn't do this and to tell me that you're going to take custody of my daughter, and to put her in foster care until this is over is absolutely outrageous and it just absolutely kills me because I've just gone two days with my daughter missing not knowing if she was alive not knowing where she was not knowing if someone took her not knowing what happened and I can't even bring her home when they found her and I haven't even seen her yet."

"This is my baby. I'm the mother. I have custody. It's frustrating. It's aggravating. It's upsetting and I just can't stress enough things are."

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#3. Miller Ferry to Put-in-Bay

A day of rough weather in June meant that the Miller Ferry to Put-in-Bay and Middle Bass Island never left the docks.

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#2. Stepdad's Surprise: Stunning invite down wedding aisle

Planning for wedding day joy often comes with pain, when you're the step-father of the bride.

"Every time we tried on tuxes -- or did some planning -- it crossed my mind that I'd be sitting in the crowd, not walking her down the aisle," said Todd Cendrosky, stepfather to newlywed Brittany Peck. 

But as everyone was awaiting the wedding march, Brittany's dad walked up to wedding photographer Delia Blackburn with a message.

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#1. Urban Meyer: "Are you a problem or a solution?"

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer talked to campers at his football camp about the importance of being part of the solution and not the problem. It was this lesson that helped the Ohio State Buckeyes win a national title in 2015. 

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