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When put to the honesty test, these kids passed with flying colors. 13-year-old Haylie Wenke of Colorado was out riding bikes with her brother and a friend when they saw a wallet on the ground outside a home. The kids stumbled onto a small fortune because it had $700 cash inside. That could have bought them as much ice cream as they wanted on the nice summer day, but they knew they couldn't keep it. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
A cat thwarts a kidnapping attempt. The cat's owner says he got an alert on his phone that someone may have been lurking around the front of his house in Lincoln, Nebraska. When he checked out his home surveillance video, he saw this girl make an attempt to swipe his 8-year-old cat, Mo. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
The deaths last weekend of math genius John Nash Jr. and his wife, Alicia, whose lives inspired the Oscar-winning movie A Beautiful Mind, are reminding everyone about the need to use seatbelts in the backseat.
Noisy fans watching live TV coverage of the Olympics as well as a race starter's pistol may have started the panic inside New York's JFK Airport Sunday. The panic spread like a contagion, from terminal to terminal to terminal. When people saw others screaming and running, they joined in the stampede. Security expert Bill Stanton told Inside Edition: "It's the herd mentality. Someone sees someone all panicked and they get panicked and it has that domino effect."
Meet the all-American blended family of 10 people consisting of two sets of parents and six children all living under one roof. Katie used to be married to Stephen. After they divorced, Katie married Ben. Stephen moved on, too, and is now dating Brandy. In 2016, Katie and Ben, who were raising four children, heard that her ex-husband, Stephen, was in a bad car accident, which is when they got the idea of all living together. Katie opened her home to her ex and Brandy, who moved in with two children of her own.
A team of teenage football players worked together to lift an SUV off a man and woman trapped underneath on a highway near the Oregon border Wednesday. The Idaho football team known as The Black Knights was heading home to Boise from a tournament in California when the SUV flipped over right in front of them. When their coach pulled over, the boys jumped out and got to work. Inside Edition caught up with head coach Rudy Jackson and player Garret Petersen.