In case you missed it, here are some stories that left a lasting impression on us this week.
The Cubs win the World Series
We saw a moment 108 years in the making when the Chicago Cubs clinched a game seven World Series title after ten innings with the Cleveland Indians. The last time the Cubs won a World Series women were not allowed to vote and baseball was still segregated!
To read more about the win, click here.
A woman's heart shines through
After two Iowa police officers were shot and killed in their squad cars, a woman took it upon herself to help. She brought food and water to help console law enforcement after the deaths.
“I want you to go home to your families, because I want my dad to come home to me and I want my friends to come home to me, and I’m sorry,” she said.
We're pretty sure this kind gesture helped make the brothers in blue feel a little bit better. A suspect in the ambush killings has been taken into custody.
2016 College Football Playoff rankings released
It’s the poll we’ve all been waiting for. The 12 members of the College Football Playoff selection committee released the first rankings of 2016 on Tuesday. Alabama is No. 1 followed by, Clemson, Michigan and Texas A&M. For a complete list of the click here.