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Multi-cultural murals, a trooper's good deed, and a sweet surprise: It's All Good News

You don't want to miss all the excitement and joy this week brings!

CLEVELAND — It's time for your weekly good news break! This week, Sara Shookman joins us to bring the latest headlines- including some good news of her own. First up, we have an awesome story from Avon High School.

The student there have been working on murals with a very special meaning since 2019. COVID-19 put a pause on their project last year, so finishing the four pieces of art means a lot to the students. The four murals will be hung outside the high school, and each one represents a different language taught at Avon High. The languages represented include French, English, Spanish, and Mandarin. Hear from the students on how proud they are to finish this personal project.

Speaking of school, waiting for the school bus in bad weather can be miserable. It's an extra handful for a Rhode Island kid, who is wheelchair bound. Five-year-old Ryder's parents usually help him out by holding an umbrella over him, but his fellow students stepped up with a better solution. Find out what they did for Ryder to keep him warm and dry!

Here in Northeast Ohio, the good deeds are happening too. A trooper with Ohio State Highway Patrol pulled over to help college student Elise Gaffney who got got a flat driving home from college in Tennessee. But when he realized the tire was too rusted to fix, Trooper Evan Hill took matters into his own hands. Check out how he made sure Elise and her dog Hank made it home safe.

And lastly- we have to give a big It's All Good News shout out to Sara! She made a big announcement this week with the help of her husband, Angelo, daughter Isla, and pup Basil. We think it'll make you smile.

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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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