It wasn’t all bad
• A rescue dog is being hailed as a hero after saving his Iowa family from a fire. Capone’s owner, mother-of-nine Angela Fullmer, 32, was trying to get some muchneeded sleep when the miniature pinscher-Chihuahua mix started barking incessantly. When the litts supposed to happen.”
• Carl Scheckel knows that not all heroes wear capes. In a show of support for American soldiers, the 10-year-old comic-book aficionado from New Jersey decided to collect and donate thousands of comic books to veterans in hospitals and servicemen deployed overseas. The nside of a plane. “It was the best day of my life!” wrote Carl on his website.
• For one refugee, a family heirloom proved the key to the American Dream. Ruwaida G. fled Syria with her family in 2012, eventually settling in Georgia. She wasn’t able to pack many belongings, but made sure to keep her mother’s wooden cookie mold. Once settledther. In turn, she says, it could “help our children succeed in their life.” ■