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Newsfeed Now for December 11, 2019: Truck stop sign goes viral; Students help the homeless

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On Newsfeed Now for December 11, the conversation began in Louisiana. After a woman went viral for biting a camel at a truck stop, that stop is now trying to turn a negative into a positive. WVLA’s Deon Guillory reports.

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HERO STUDENT: A Texas student is being hailed a hero after a matter of seconds and genuine concern to help, made all the difference in one teacher’s life. KETK’s Mye Owens reports.

For the full story: CLICK HERE or scroll to 1:41 in the video above.

HELPING THE HOMELESS: For the 10th straight year, Florida fifth-graders in Donna Godfrey’s class have been making scarves for the homeless this school year. WKRG’s Daniel Smithson reports.

For the full story: CLICK HERE or scroll to 7:08 in the video above.

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