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A case of mistaken identity, double trouble and a wedding superhero: It's All Good (News!)

There's something for everyone in this week's show!
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CLEVELAND — It’s time for another mid-week mood boost and we’ve got you covered. Here are some stories that will make you smile in this week’s edition of “It’s All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney.”

First up, a pair of fawn rescues. The first one was in North Olmsted where some concerned citizens called police and animal control after they noticed the baby was stuck in a sewer grate. This one has a happy ending, though – they were able to free the baby and reunite it with its mother!

Then, in Brunswick, an animal control officer rescued a baby deer from a machine shop. The fawn wandered in and settled near some equipment, but an animal control officer was able to rescue her and return her to the wild.

You can watch the latest episode of "It's All Good (News!) With Stephanie Haney" linked in the player below.

 To Pennsylvania next, where a case of mistaken identity caused a school to shut down for the day. Staff at West Scranton High School swore they saw a bobcat in the cafeteria, and then later, surveillance footage of the cafeteria also appeared to confirm that report. Officials sent all the students home for the day. But upon further investigation, they discovered it was a regular house cat. She had been missing for two months! Watch the episode to see her happy ending.

Then, identical twins took the top two spots at their South Carolina high school. The two boys are highly competitive, and they’re even heading to the same college to study the same major.

Finally, a story from Wasilla, Alaska. A postal worker saved a couple’s wedding after noticing their pile of unmailed invitations. See what he did that had the thankful couple in tears.

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