Here is your weekly good news for the week of October 19th! If you missed last week’s good news, check it out here.

A group of international researchers created a working, solar-powered device that can extract drinkable water directly from the air (even in desert regions).

This California winery is turning smoke tainted grapes from wildfires into brandy. 

A team of researchers across four American universities identified a process for regenerating neurons in the eye and brain.

The Los Angelos fire department used the first-ever firefighting robot to stop a downtown blaze.  

This 12-year-old, who has always wanted to be a paleontologist, discovered a 69 million-year-old dinosaur fossil while hiking with his dad.

An 80-year-old man rescues a driver who crashed into a canal; and it’s not his first rescue either. 

Disney fans donate nearly $50,000 to a food bank to help laid-off park employees. 

A world-class musician plays piano for the 1st time in 20 years thanks to bionic gloves.

‘Nighttime Bakery’ in Japan is selling food to support homeless people and reduce the cities food waste. 

A new study suggests that we underestimate the impacts that compliments can have on other people. 

And that wraps up our weekly good news! Check back next week for more positivity.

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