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  Good News: Laurel cheer team rallies around teammate with Alopecia

The teams at Laurel Gymnastics and Cheer tumble into a time of love and support as one of their own loses her hair because of Alopecia. September is National Alopecia Awareness Month.

  MS man hopes to spread love, equality through #NiketheWorldChallenge

Three million views later, Maurice Haynes hopes his message through the #NiketheWorldChallenge resonates with viewers.

Cajun Navy rescues hundreds in Carolinas

The Cajun Navy first emerged in 2005, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, to rescue folks caught in the storm’s floodwaters.

GOOD NEWS: Army mom surprises kids at school

After nine months in Kuwait Army Staff Beverly Hughes returns home to surprise her two kids at school.

Ellisville business making wish come true for 4-year-old girl

An Ellisville business is hoping you will help them make a wish come true for a local four-year-old who is chronically ill. The owners of Hunters Edge said they have watched their friends, the Jack family, fight for their little girl's life.

Good News: MS boy opens snowball stand to pay for college

They call it the "coolest snow stand in town," and it sits right in the center of Moselle. Brady's Snow Shack gives you a friendly greeting and great flavors, but the sweet stand has a big purpose.

SWEET VIDEO: Son surprises dad suffering from Alzheimer’s with trip to College World Series

But when the Clinton, MS native found out the Mississippi State Bulldogs were headed back to Omaha for the College World Series, he decided to make some new memories and surprise his dad with one great final trip.

Viral video shows support for teacher with sick daughter

An English teacher at Columbia High School just learned that her daughter, Gentry, has a brain tumor. Through a Facebook video, Amy Terrell learned she has support as she fights with her baby at home. She is not alone.

Laurel students learn lesson of acceptance through play

Mice from outer space came crashing down into the Earth with their polka dots and crazy ears sticking out like sore thumbs. The Earth mice at St. John's Day School in Laurel quickly figured out how to accept their new friends.

The Kindness Rocks Project takes Hub City

Painted rocks are popping up all over the Pine Belt as a way to spread cheer and kindness.