Good Things: November 3, 2010

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

Special moments were captured on camera in Korea as a second round of rare family reunions between North and South Korea was held. About 300 family members met long-lost relatives after being separated by the Korean War more than 5 decades ago. The reunions started last week and will continue until Friday.

One Democratic congressman in Colorado celebrated his re-election victory by turning cartwheels. Ed Perlmutter faced a touch campaign battle but defeated Republican Ryan Frazier. During the campaign the Republicans used video of Perlmutter turning cartwheels in negative ads. But last night when the results came in, the Democrat was so happy that he turned cartwheels in front of a rowdy crowd of supporters.

Police in western New York state spent the night trying to round up dozens of loose sheep. More than 100 of them escaped from a slaughter hour and took off. The owner says he isn't sure how the animals got out. He is checking the latches on all the fences to see if someone may have let the sheep make a break for freedom.

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