Good News: Radio Dads, First-Grade Heroes, and Another Moose-on-Ice

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A radio host in England was in the middle of a show last Friday when he found out his wife had just gone into LABOR.  He obviously left to be with her, and their new daughter Robyn is doing great.  He was in the middle of reporting on a bad storm when it happened, so they made her middle name “Storm”.  (Here’s the audio.)

2.  A group of first-graders in Alabama all got certificates and medals this month after saving their teacher’s life.  She had covid but didn’t know it, and started having a SEIZURE.  So they ran and got help, and she’s doing much better now.

3.  What’s with all the moose-on-ice stories right now?  There was one last week about a group of loggers in Canada who saved a moose that fell through a frozen lake.  Now a group of friends in Alaska just saved a moose that got stuck in a frozen creek.

4.  With Omicron waning, the Labor Department says the number of people collecting unemployment is now the lowest it’s been in over 50 YEARS.  Their latest report found just under 1.5 million people were collecting unemployment.  That’s the lowest it’s been since March 14th, 1970.