Nearly Impossible Quiz: May 2

Ed Trefzger —  Friday, May 2, 2014

Q: According to recent estimates, there are about 3,000 places selling these in New York City. What?

A: Hot Dogs

Winner: Angela Chen, Leicester

Nearly Impossible Quiz: May 1

Ed Trefzger —  Thursday, May 1, 2014

Q: An estimated 86,000 people a year end up in the emergency room because they trip over these. What are they?

A: Their pets.

Winner: Nancy Reigelsperger, Wayland

Sunshine: April 30, 2014

Ed Trefzger —  Wednesday, April 30, 2014

An 8-year-old Texas boy had been saving for months to buy the expensive PlayStation 4, but after seeing the TV news report of a devestating fire, he changed his mind.

A mother and her 6-year-old child were killed by a fire near his home, and the story had a real impact on Hector Montoya. So he took the $300 he had saved and spent the money on smoke detectors.

“Saving a life is more important,” Montoya said.

The Grand Prarie Fire Department showed Hector and his friends how to actually install the small devices in people’s ceilings and the group went door to door installing more than 100.

Source: http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/texas-boy-buys-smoke-detectors-instead-of-coveted-ps4/