(NEWSER) - Stories about a 13-year-old girl stealing the show at the Little League World Series and a 3-year-old girl strong enough to survive 11 days in the wildness highlight the week's uplifting news files:
Girl and her fastball star in Little League World Series:Thanks to Mo'Ne Davis, "you throw like a girl" is now a compliment. The 13-year-old Philadelphia girl not onlypitched her team into the Little League World Series, she made history by tossing a shutout in the tournament itself. As her coach says, it's the "Mo Show."
Puppy leads rescuers to lost girl: A 3-year-old girl was rescued after 11 days in a remote Siberian forest, having survived on river water and wild berries. If that's not drama enough, rescuers say it was the girl's intrepid puppy who led them to her.
Cop to see baby he saved 20 years ago get married:For Yonkers Police Capt. Joseph Barca, Dec. 28, 1993, is a date that will forever stand out in his mind—it was the day he helped resuscitate a "lifeless" baby. Now Aug. 17, 2014, is another date that will always hold a special place in Barca's heart: It's the wedding day of the girl he saved.
Officer saves choking woman who ran red light: It's not every day people are thankful for being pulled over for running a red light, but for one woman choking on a sausage biscuit, the stop likely saved her life. That and the police officer's knowledge of the Heimlich maneuver.
China welcomes world's first living panda triplets: What's the only thing cuter than a baby panda? Try panda triplets, the first set known to have survived.
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