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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.
Judy Obregon rescued her first dog from a Texas "dumping ground" in Fort Worth nearly seven years ago, and that's when her journey of dog rescuing began. Obregon didn't expect saving one stray dog would lead to more than 300 animal rescues. She started "The Abandoned Ones Animal Rescue," an organization that saves dogs and aspires to find them loving homes. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon (https://twitter.com/KeleighNealon) has more.
A 10-month-old puppy swam six miles and walked twelve more to find her family after going overboard during a boating trip on Lake Michigan. Rylee is a Belgian Malinois who was determined to make it home. Her owners put out a mayday call boaters all over the area were searching for her. One boater claimed to have pulled Rylee out of the water and dropped her off on a nearby beach. Rylee was found the next day in the woods after someone called her owners to say the dog was spotted in the area.
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.
According to TV commercials, insurance companies can estimate the cost of damage to your car by sending a photo. Body shop owners across the country told Inside Edition’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero it's not that simple. “They are cheating and undervaluing, understating the actual damages on these cars,” Robert Jesberger said. He owns Mid-Island Collision in Long Island, NY and says he's constantly battling insurance companies over what he calls “lowball photo estimates.”
This woman is about to abandon four dogs on a dead-end street in Texas. A witness who lives there is outraged by what she sees. She lets her know there's another option. Edith Melendez says taking dogs to the shelter is free but has seen people abandon dogs in front of her house before. Edith says the tape only shows four dogs, but that's not the whole story. Three of the dogs were found and brought to a local shelter, where they were given the names put up for adoption.