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Good Things: Homeless walk, Unusual hero, Billboard proposal

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Two Punahou sophomores raised more than $18,000 to help the homeless. Tama Fukuyama and Maya Grossmann organized a homeward bound" 5K run last week, which drew more than 350 participants to Manoa Valley district park. All the proceeds go to homeless families at the institute of human services. The run was so successful, they may make it an annual event. Talk about star students!

This Tennessee police officer says the steel badge he hated wearing because it's so heavy saved his life! Joshua Smith says when a suspect fired at him at point-blank range on Christmas eve, it felt like he'd been hit in the chest with a baseball bat. But amazingly, the bullet hit his badge, preventing a wound doctors say would have killed him.

A Florida millionaire turned a lot of heads with his billboard in palm beach. It said: "Have maid. Have money. Would love a honey." Now Tom Feltenstein has found his soulmate, his new wife Cindy. But she wasn't one of the women who responded to the billboard. She never even saw it. The couple met by chance when their two dogs started playing.

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