Today’s Good News: Missing California Hiker Found Doing Well


A hiker was found alive five days after going missing in California’s Angeles National Forest. George Null, 58, reportedly got disoriented on the hike because many trail markers were burned during a fire last year. His sister, Rebecca Latta, says he’s an experienced hiker and he’s in good health after the experience. Source: CBS Los Angeles

Some tattoo artists in Kentucky are helping people get rid of racist tattoos for free, no questions asked. Ryun King and his colleagues at Gallery X Art Collective started the Cover the Hate initiative last summer. The response has been overwhelming, they’ve had requests from people all over the world and King says his waitlist is “probably 10 or 20 years” long. Source: Fox News


A professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology is being recognized for going above and beyond to help a student mom. Troy Littleton, who runs a research lab at MIT, put a travel crib in his office to help his grad student who’s the mom of a 10-month-old. He tweeted a photo of the crib and it’s gone viral and has people applauding him for supporting working mothers. Source: Good Morning America