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Good Things: Lighting Bolt, New Police Officer, Marching bands

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HONOLULU (HAWAIINEWSNOW) - The world's fastest man isn't afraid of the world fastest cat anymore. In the past Jamaican runner Usain Bolt was scared of Cheetahs. But his feelings changed after he bottle-fed a two month old cub. He later adopted the Cheetah and named it "Lighting Bolt."

He maybe 50-years young, but Karl Lloyd is still a rookie police officer after graduating from the Cleveland police academy. His class is unique, never again will men and women over 39 years of age be allowed become police officers in Cleveland after a change in department policy. Lloyd jumped at his last chance to fulfill a lifelong dream even if most of his classmates are younger than his kids.

And talk about school spirit. Marching bands from across Oahu took to the field Monday night. Check out Radford high school's red brigade marching band. Roosevelt followed with a white-out performance. A total of 11 bands played for about 10 minutes in front of friends, family and fellow students. Each band also got its share of constructive criticism, being judged by some of the best in the field.