GOOD STUFF: Oneida Man Reunites With Birth Mother

An Oneida man met his biological mother and sisters six decades after his birth. Wayne Grow was put up for adoption 63 years ago, and after recently doing a DNA test, he found a first cousin in South Dakota. The two men exchanged emails and Wayne found that his cousin had her phone number. When he went to meet her for the first time, he also found out he had two sisters as well. Read the full story here: WSYR - Syracuse

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A young Philadelphia Eagles fan battling cancer got a surprise of a lifetime. 13-year-old Cole Fitzgerald was given two tickets to the Super Bowl from an anonymous Vikings fan. The Vikings fan said since his team didn't make it, he wanted to do something special for someone in need. So he reached out to Spare Key, a group that helps families with sick children. The man read Cole's story, and knew these tickets would mean everything to him. Cole replied to the man saying he wanted to thank the fan and wished him good luck next season for the Vikings. Read the full story here: StarTribune

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A Georgia man claims he was rewarded- just for being a good neighbor. Edward Wheeler says his neighbor had to make an appearance in court and had no way to get there, so he offered to give him a ride there and back. Knowing that he might have to wait for a long time, Wheeler stopped into a convenience store and picked up lottery ticket. As he waited in his car for his neighbor to come out of the courthouse, Wheeler won the grand prize of $10,000. He said he had to check it a few times to make sure it was really a winner and when he realized it was, he got so excited he started driving around in circles. Read the full story here: Savannah Now

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