LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Once again, dear THV viewer, it's time to put the news of the week in its proper place with winners and losers.
Joey, the Jingle cat, wins first thanks to the loving attention of Diana Venable Billings, who came by and decorated the Garden Cat House.
Our first losers are newspapers-more specifically the Daily Planet. According to Marvel Comics, a new story line has surfaced, and Superman has resigned his position on the Daily Planet because the modern day press had lost its strength, and that's one thing Superman cannot stand.
But, not all our heroes are disillusioned. New York City Police Officer Larry DiPrimo used his own money to buy a homeless man some shoes. A tourist snapping a picture of that moment has gone viral with more than 400,000 likes on Facebook.
Our next loser is BP. They have been banned from future federal drilling contracts as a result of the Deepwater Horizon debacle. They are disqualified from 20 million acres of offshore land considered to be loaded with oil.
Not all smoke on the water is bad. Our next winners are the kids in Hawaii who are a field trip to get pictures of volcanoes just happened to be there to get the most spectacular picture of all- a lava flow into the ocean.
And, oil has made El Dorado a winner. The Murphy Foundation gave the El Dorado Festival and Events organization a $5 million grant to help promote a theater district in downtown El Dorado.
But, El Dorado cannot catch up with Bentonville, which is our second biggest winner. They have Crystal Bridges art museum, Walmart, the highest achieving school district for a system their size, and their football team is in the state championship tomorrow night.
And, our biggest winners of the week are numbers. Five, 23, 16, 22, 29, and powerball 6 allowed a family near Kansas City Missouri and a truck driver passing through Arizona to split over $550 million.