If you see something, say something… that’s what students in the Mexico School District did over the weekend to stop a potential attack. Students reported a threat they saw on social media that said an attack was going to be carried out yesterday. The kids told their parents Friday night, who then told police. They quickly arrested a 14 year old for falsely reporting an incident. Great job to these kids for speaking up. It’s important!
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FOX News host Shannon Bream fulfilled the wish of a dying 11-year-old boy. Emilio probably has just days to live, and all he wanted was a greeting from one of the Avengers. Well he got more than that! Shannon Bream sent out a tweet to the world asking if anyone had a connection with one of the actors in the Avengers. Thousands of people retweeted it including Chris Evans (Captain America) and Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool)! Both guys wanted to help anyway they could and make this little boy’s day and significant progress has been made in making his wish come true.
A police department did an awesome thing for a kid with special needs. 11-year-old Troy Johnson was recently at a dance the police station hosted, when officers noticed he had to sit on the sidelines because he's unable to walk. Then officers found out Troy's family was tight on money and he's had to go through his days without a wheelchair. That all changed when a bunch of fellow officers pitched in and delivered him a brand new wheelchair. The donation instantly changed Troy’s life and he is so thankful for the kind gesture.