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A stealing seagull, ring returned and a black belt from Chuck Norris: 'It's All Good (News!)'

Another lineup of stories that are guaranteed to make you smile!

CLEVELAND — We're back with another slate of nothing but uplifting, happy stories to boost your mood!

First, this guy gets an 'A' for effort. He's nothing if not persistent! A Port Clinton gift shop says, a seagull has come into their store several times in the past month -- making a beeline for the stuffed animals. Every single time, he nabs a stuffed Walleye and runs for the door. See the video store owners captured of one of his attempts.

Then, kudos to a Hartville Police Officer, credited with saving a cormorant, which is a water fowl. Officer Aric Cook responded after getting a call that the bird was injured in a pond. He waded in, freed the bird from the fishing tackle it was tangled in and removed the hook stuck in its leg. See who took over from there to make sure the bird heals.

It's not your typical reveal -- this one involved introducing a dog instead of telling the gender of a baby. A Lake County couple showed off Rocket the dog to their friends and family with a really cute reveal.

Watch this episode of "It's All Good (News!)" in the player below.

A woman in Florida lost her cherished ring, that commemorates her late husband and stepdaughter. It had been missing for two years -- and that's when another woman who had found the ring, located the owner! See the tearful reunion in the episode.

Next, a woman ran out of gas and got stranded on the highway -- but she got nothing but kindness in return when she called troopers for help. See how several North Carolina state troopers stepped in to brighten the woman's day.

Finally, it's one thing to earn your fifth degree black belt in Karate at the age of 68. It's quite another to have it given to you by none other than the man, the myth, the legend himself - Chuck Norris. You won't want to miss Carole Taylor's story.

We want you to share your good news with us, so that we can share it with the world! It can be something major -- like being reunited with a family member you haven't seen in a long time, or something small, like a random act of kindness. Whatever it is, we want to hear it. Email us at GoodNews@wkyc.com, post it on social media using #GoodNewsCLE, or watch the video below to see how to upload it with pictures and video using the 3News app.

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