KVUE.com's most positive stories from 2012

KVUE.com's most positive stories from 2012

KVUE.com's most positive stories from 2012

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Posted on December 18, 2012 at 11:15 AM

Updated Wednesday, Dec 19 at 4:26 PM

In a world that at times can seem very dark, KVUE.com wanted to reflect on some of 2012's most positive news stories. Take a look at our list below:

Bastrop church turns charred trees into pieces of recovery

East Austin family's Habitat home complete

Finding Hope: An Austin teen's story of survival

Fort Hood massacre survivor raising money to help other victims

Girl, 7, gives dolls to cancer patients

Local student's thank you note to Albert Ramon goes viral

Luxury car program brings cancer patients treatment in style

Round Rock park opens for children of all abilities

Sculptor creates memorial to Fort Hood victims

Tyler Sieswerda shares how Austinites are making a difference in poverty-stricken Africa

Williamson Co. dive team recovers lost camera, returns to owner

What was your favorite, positive story from 2012? Feel free to tell us using the Facebook comments plug-in below.

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