Good Things: September 20, 2010

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Let's take a look at some of the Good Things in the news...

Construction crews were digging for a storm water tank in San Diego when they unearthed a well-preserved fossil. Experts believe it is the outline of the complete skeleton of a 3-million year old whale. Construction has been halted as crews work carefully to remove the fossil from the ground.

Arkansas motorcycle riders hit the streets over the weekend, reving their engines for a good cause. The March of Dimes organized a "Bike for Babies" rally to raise money for the Clinton Pediatric Medical Center. More than 15,000 bikers took part in the ride which brought together hard-core bikers and weekend warriors for a 57 mile cruise.

This is America and we still like 'em big! This is the world's largest tractor. The Big Bud 747 is being donated to the Heartland Museum. It rolled into North Iowa on the back of 2 semi-trailers. The 1,000 horsepower tractor uses about 500 gallons of fuel per day and was worth $300,000 when it was made back in 1977.

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