CLEVELAND — Welcome to a new week, and happy early Thanksgiving to you! Besides the visions of all we'll eat later this week to make you happy, we have some awesome stories to make the week even better, on It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney!
We head out to Stark County, where two small-town high school seniors are headed for the big city! Brock Hrynko and Jacob Lyon attend Fairless High School in Brewster, about 15 minutes from Massillon.
And after taking up their band director's challenge to audition for the Macy's Great American Marching Band, they made it! You have to see their excitement before heading out to NYC for parade preparations.
Next we take you to Columbiana County, where one man's live is changed. Christian Penner has worked at Los Gallos Mexican Restaurant for four years, and never expected a tip like he just got.
After an unusually busy Thursday, Penner was shocked to see a $200 tip waiting for him! You have to learn just why this money means so much to him right now.
Now to a Thanksgiving tradition- rooted in an accident! By now you've heard the story of Jamal Hinton- who was accidentally invited to a family dinner, after a grandmother's texting mistake.
Well, six years later, we're happy to report the tradition is still going strong! Jamal will join the family once again.
And lastly- seeing double! One Atlanta couple decided to try for another baby after having their daughter Ayla. And to their surprise- they got four! But the story gets crazier. There are two girl babies, and two boys- and doctors say each gender is identical! You have to tune in to find out just how rare that is.
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