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Breakfast Time for Delightful Hungry Goats50s

Breakfast Time for Delightful Hungry Goats

When Hope Hall gets up in the morning this is what she is greeted with… a herd of delightful hungry goats running towards her in Cumberland, Maine. “Everyday when I enter the pasture they treat me like a rockstar. Maybe it is more about the fact they know they are going to get some grain… but I like to think it is all about the love,” explained Hope when speaking about the goats. Credit: Sunflower Farm Creamery via Storyful

Gator Drags Dead Fish Across South Carolina Road45s

Gator Drags Dead Fish Across South Carolina Road

Daniel Martin captured video of an alligator dragging a dead fish across a road in Berkeley County, South Carolina, on June 10. The filmer and his family were on their annual trip to the Short Stay recreation area and campsite in Moncks Corner when they came across the reptile at around 11:30 pm June 10. Martin told Storyful that the alligator, which he said was up to 9 feet in length, backed off once seeing his car but eventually returned for his meal. Credit: Daniel Martin via Storyful

Rotating Clouds Seen Over Moncks Corner, South Carolina32s

Rotating Clouds Seen Over Moncks Corner, South Carolina

South Carolina resident Krystal Enevoldsen captured video of rotating clouds seen from the backyard of her home at Moncks Corner, South Carolina, on Thursday, June 14. The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of South Carolina Thursday evening. The storm was expected to bring winds of up to 60 mph and hail to the region. Enevoldsen told Storyful the storm came and went in the span of 20 minutes and she was able to capture three videos of the cloud formation. Credit: Krystal Enevoldsen via Storyful

Mama Bear and Cub Enjoy Precious Play Time in Cades Cove, Tennessee2m20s

Mama Bear and Cub Enjoy Precious Play Time in Cades Cove, Tennessee

A heartwarming scene of a mama bear tenderly playing with her cub was captured at Cades Cove, Tennessee, in the spring of 2015. Filmer Jon Phillips said the pair appeared to enjoy their time together. “[They] would wrestle around on the forest floor,” he said. “Then the cub would run off for a second and then come back and bounce on mom and swat at her again while having a great old time in the back woods.” Credit: Jon Phillips via Storyful

North Carolina Beachgoers Scatter as Dark Thunderstorm Rolls In8s

North Carolina Beachgoers Scatter as Dark Thunderstorm Rolls In

Severe thunderstorms and lightning hit the coat of North Carolina on Thursday, June 14. This timelapse video from Wrightsville Beach shows beachgoers scattering as storm clouds swirl overhead. The National Weather Service issued severe thunderstorm warnings for parts of North and South Carolina throughout the afternoon. People were told to look out for flooding, hail or lightning damage from the storms. Credit: Taylor Kanfoush via Storyful

Planes Sent to California's Hope Fire for Air Drops2m09s

Planes Sent to California's Hope Fire for Air Drops

Firefighting airplanes were deployed to help battle the 35-acre Hope Fire near Ramona, California, on Thursday, June 14, that was reported to have started earlier that day. The video shows CalFire Grumman S-2 planes coming and leaving Ramona Airport. The vegetation fire sparked evacuation warnings on Thursday, but CalFire said the forward rate of speed had been stopped a few hours later, and lifted the warnings. The fire was listed as being 35 percent contained. Credit: Eric Goforth via Storyful

Storm Clouds Darken Sky at North Carolina Beach1m00s

Storm Clouds Darken Sky at North Carolina Beach

Severe thunderstorms rolled across southeastern North Carolina on Thursday, June 14. The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning and said waterspouts were spotted with the storms. Wind speeds up to 50 miles per hour were expected, the weather service said, and mariners north of Wrightsville Beach were warned to seek immediate shelter. This video shows the storm clouds in Oak Island. Credit: Jennifer Painter via Storyful

'Mean Girls' Fan Can't Contain Her Joy Over Surprise Broadway Tickets48s

'Mean Girls' Fan Can't Contain Her Joy Over Surprise Broadway Tickets

Abby had a 16th birthday to remember. Her mother, Rachel, had told her the family couldn’t afford tickets to see Mean Girls on Broadway during their trip to the Big Apple. While posing for a picture with the marquee, Abby got a major surprise with tickets to the show. “Abby sat beside me cheering and beaming. It was one of my favorite nights as a parent," Rachel told news outlets. Credit: Rachel Smook via Storyful

Tulsa Bark at the Park Takes a 'Ruff' Turn When Rogue Pup Chases Baseball Across Field58s

Tulsa Bark at the Park Takes a 'Ruff' Turn When Rogue Pup Chases Baseball Across Field

A rambunctious pup made the most of his time on the field at a minor league baseball game in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on June 13. Local affiliate News On 6 caught the moment at the Tulsa Drillers game of the dog running away from his owner and darting towards a ball being tossed around by a couple of players. The ambitious pup did not stop when the ball was tossed across the field to another player, running across the field again and grabbing the ball. As of writing, the footage has over 3,000 retweets on Twitter. Credit: @NewsOn6 via Storyful

Mexican Soccer Fans Share Tequila With Russian Supporters After World Cup Opener38s

Mexican Soccer Fans Share Tequila With Russian Supporters After World Cup Opener

Russian soccer fans toasted their national team’s opening game with Saudi Arabia at the FIFA World Cup on June 14 by drinking some tequila provided by generous Mexican fans. Russian soccer reporter Polina Kuimova shared a clip of a Russian fan wearing face paint with a Russian flag draped around his shoulders taking a swig of tequila from a nearby Mexican fan at the FIFA Fan Fest site in Vorobyovy Gory. Russia defeated Saudi Arabia 5-0. Credit: Polina Kuimova via Storyful

Storm Clouds, Heavy Rain Roll Over Iowa30s

Storm Clouds, Heavy Rain Roll Over Iowa

Heavy rain swept across Iowa, triggering flash flooding on Thursday, June 14. Much of the flash flooding was centered on Ames, where emergency responders performed water rescues. Among the rescues was a postal worker whose vehicle was trapped in the water under an overpass, according to a news report. Multiple roads were closed due to the flooding. This video shows the storm clouds rolling over Newton. Credit: MaryAnn Miller via Storyful

Tornado Spotted as Storms Move Through Pennsylvania's Bradford County6s

Tornado Spotted as Storms Move Through Pennsylvania's Bradford County

Two EF-2 tornados touched down in northeast Pennsylvania on June 13, the National Weather Service confirmed. One of twisters touched down in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. These photos and video show the funnel cloud and some of the damage witnessed by residents in West Franklin Township in Bradford County. Resident Miranda O’Connor told Storyful that she captured video of the funnel cloud before taking shelter in her basement. Credit: Miranda O’Connor via Storyful

We've All Been This Guy Looking For His Friends at Manchester's Parklife Festival53s

We've All Been This Guy Looking For His Friends at Manchester's Parklife Festival

After a video of him frantically looking for his friends went viral, a festival-goer in Manchester, England, understood why it’s better to keep them close to you at a concert. Woking native Ayrton Caldwell was recording a segment of Bicep’s performance at Manchester’s Parklife festival when a man standing in front of him suddenly caught his attention. The gig-goer spent the duration of Caldwell’s video frantically waving his hand in the air in an attempt to find his friends. At one point in the clip, a person standing next to him gives him a red jumper to help aid his search. The clip earned over 670,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Ayrton Caldwell via Storyful

Cat Shows Off Goalkeeping Skills42s

Cat Shows Off Goalkeeping Skills

This kitty is ready for the World Cup. Adorable cat Boncuk was playing catch with his owner in Turkey and showed off some pretty impressive skills by jumping and catching the ball in midair multiple times. He makes it look so effortless. Credit: Erdem Cırık via Storyful

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Published: June 14, 201847 views
Patient Dog Walks Slowly With Elderly Owner32s

Patient Dog Walks Slowly With Elderly Owner

When Magali Torres on her way home in Mexico City, she spotted a touching scene on the sidewalk. The video uploaded to Facebook on June 6 shows a faithful dog waiting for his elderly owner to catch up before continuing their walk. Magali described the scene as “the best love and friendship demonstration ever” in her caption. Credit: Ma Ga via Storyful

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Published: June 14, 201813 views
Adorable French Bulldog Performs Unexpected Handstand Down Stairs48s

Adorable French Bulldog Performs Unexpected Handstand Down Stairs

Vodka the adorable French bulldog could not have looked cuter when he accidentally lost his balance and performed a handstand down a flight of stairs. Although unexpected, the little guy was not hurt and was far more interested in his toy. Credit: _vodka1028 • via Storyful

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Published: June 14, 201812 views
Son Surprises Dad, Former Mississippi State Baseball Player, With College World Series Tickets1m32s

Son Surprises Dad, Former Mississippi State Baseball Player, With College World Series Tickets

A Mississippi State baseball fan surprised his father, who has Alzheimer’s disease and played for the team in his freshman year, with tickets to the 2018 College World Series. The Mississippi State Bulldogs progressed to their 10th College World Series and are due to take on the University of Washington Huskies on Saturday, June 16. Bulldogs fan Matt Lea surprised his dad, a former Bulldogs player, with a Bulldogs shirt and a ticket to the all-important game. Lea said his dad played for the Bulldogs as a freshman before he transferred to Ole Miss. Lea’s clip of the surprise had earned over 210,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Matt Lea via Storyful

Woman Takes New York City Subway by Storm With Joyful Sing-Along43s

Woman Takes New York City Subway by Storm With Joyful Sing-Along

A woman is getting a lot of attention on Twitter after leading a beautiful sing-along with passengers on a New York City subway. Twitter user @LuxeNoirr shared footage of Naiika Sings performing the song Rock With You by Michael Jackson and encouraging passengers to sing along. “Shorty snapped on the train tonight,” the uploader of this video tweeted. The crowd eventually begins to join in. Many people in the video can be seen smiling and singing along as Sings continues to perform. Many users applauded the woman and her voice with one tweeting, “Hopefully someone discovers her.” User @LuxeNoirr eventually found Sings’ social media accounts and encouraged followers to support her music. As of writing, the footage has over 65,000 retweets on Twitter. Credit: @LuxeNoirr via Storyful

UNHCR Footage Captures Flooded Conditions as Rohingya Refugee Settlements Evacuated in Bangladesh32s

UNHCR Footage Captures Flooded Conditions as Rohingya Refugee Settlements Evacuated in Bangladesh

Rohingya refugee settlements in waterlogged areas in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, were evacuated on June 14 due to high risk of landslides following several days of severe rain. Aid workers from the UNHCR said they worked with the Bangladeshi Army and partners to rehouse the refugees, however thousands more were in need of help. This video shows a person with a UNHCR umbrella wade through a water-logged area at the Cox’s Bazar camp. Credit: UNHCR via Storyful

Firefighters Rush To Mall After Storm Rips Through Wilkes-Barre During Tornado Warning25s

Firefighters Rush To Mall After Storm Rips Through Wilkes-Barre During Tornado Warning

A weather system ripped through Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, June 13, damaging homes and property. This video shows fire crews driving into the car park for Wyoming Valley Mall. The nearby Arena Hub Plaza suffered significant damage after the incident, according to the Times Leader. Police blocked roads near the plaza to enable the clean-up operation, the report said. The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Wilkes-Barre shortly before the storm hit, but was yet to confirm whether a tornado had touched down. Credit: Kellie Golias via Storyful

Tornado Causes Devastating Damage in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania1m11s

Tornado Causes Devastating Damage in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

A tornado ripped through Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, June 13, damaging homes and property. This video shows the damage to buildings and vehicles at the Arena Hub Plaza after the tornado struck. Some buildings at the plaza collapsed, according to WNEP16. Police blocked roads near the plaza to enable the clean-up operation, the report said. Credit: Hailey Inge via Storyful

Unexpected Trampoline Challenges Driver's Skills25s

Unexpected Trampoline Challenges Driver's Skills

This is definitely something you don’t see everyday. Irish radio DJ Steven Cooper was on his way to work when he encounter some unusual debris in the middle of the road after Storm Hector. A trampoline was parked on the country road in Meath, making it difficult for the driver in front of Steven to make it through the narrow pass. Credit: stevencooperdj via Storyful

Plettenberg Bay Housing Protests Turn Violent9s

Plettenberg Bay Housing Protests Turn Violent

Housing protests in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa, turned violent on June 14 with road and school closures in the area following reports of petrol bombs and fires. Locals described the area as a “war zone” and “hostage situation” as roads leading into and out of the town were blocked by protesters. The protests followed a large fire in the Qolweni area on June 3 that destroyed the homes of 74 individuals, including 31 children. Residents in the area are protesting the current backlog for victims of the fire to receive funding from the Department of Human Settlements. Credit: Sphiwe Hobasi via Storyful

Macedonians Protest Agreement to Change Country's Name46s

Macedonians Protest Agreement to Change Country's Name

Macedonians protested in front of the parliament building in Skopje on June 13 against an agreement to change their country’s name to the Republic of North Macedonia, Radio Free Europe reported. The deal with Greece was reached on June 12 after decades of disputes. RFE reported that about 1,000 protesters gathered to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, calling him a traitor for agreeing to the name change, and expressing support for Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov, who said he would not sign the deal on the grounds that it violates the country’s constitution. Greece objects to the state’s use of the name Macedonia, arguing that it could imply territorial claims over its northern region of the same name. Credit: RFE/RL via Storyful