CLEVELAND — EDITOR'S NOTE: The video in the above player is from a previous episode of "It's All Good (News!)."
Need a pick-me-up, and some stories that will put a smile on your face and make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? This will do just that -- with a dose of nothing but good news for a change!
First, we introduce you to a set of quadruplets. These young men are incredibly intelligent - all four of them are graduating from Yale with an impressive array of degrees. Zach is graduating with a double major in Chemical Engineering and Economics, Aaron is graduating with a double major in Computer Science and Psychology, Nick majored in Political Science and minored in Arabic, and Nigel majored Molecular, cellular and developmental biology. Watch the show to find out where they're all headed after graduation.
Then, an anniversary gift that literally gave life. Filipe Villegas Robles and Lianabel Rodriguez from Puerto Rico, have been married for 17 years. She gifted him one of her kidneys on their anniversary! You can see what their surgeon said when you watch the episode.
Leaving a tip on a restaurant bill is a great way to compliment exemplary service. But a group of servers and cooks in New Hampshire recently got a massive tip. A guest left them $16,000! You definitely don't want to miss what they have to say about it.
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A furry friend is helping kids in New York hone their reading skills. Tyler the Great Pyrenees visits kids in the classroom and listens to them read stories. See how much reading to this very good boy is helping the kids get to the next level.
And finally, we all know how amazing teachers are, but a pair of Texas teachers is really going the extra mile by providing dozens of kids with brand new shoes. Watch the episode to see why they're doing it, and how.
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