There are good stories happening during the coronavirus pandemic. KATC's Dave Baker takes a look around the world.
Ohio's health director, Dr. Amy Acton put out a call to kids across the state- wear your capes. And they did just that.
Governor Mike Dewine compiled a video in honor of Dr. Acton showing little girls statewide donning capes and lab coats, some with the message of, don't be scared, we'll get through this.
A lot of places are offering curbside delivery, like restaurants and grocery stores. But Stone House Urban Winery in Hagerstown, Maryland is putting a new spin on it.
A 75-pound brindle boxer named "Soda Pup" is helping to fulfill orders. Wearing an apron, the dog delivers bottles of wine to customers curbside. Owners say pup is delivering more than just wine, he's bringing people together who have to stay apart.
With so many activities canceled, organizers and parents have had to improvise with their kids. For some fathers, that means holding canceled daddy-daughter dances in their homes.
Virtual dances are being held online and outside, all while practicing social distancing. Daughters are giving their dads good marks on the dance floor.
Lots of restaurants are suffering from a drop in sales, but that isn't stopping Sunrise Bistro in Walnut Creek, California from giving back.
Owner Joe Stein and his team are helping fight the Coronavirus pandemic, by packing up food and feeding the community's paramedics for free. He says the virus isn't slowing down, and neither is he.
Those are just some of the good news headlines for today, Tuesday, March 31, 2020.