From Westminster to Military Homecoming: The Stories That Moved Us

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From the Westminster Dog Show to a military homecoming surprise-  Let’s take a look back on the week that was.

If you’ve ever wanted to ride like royalty, this 2016 Land Rover Range Rover could be yours. The car, which is part of the Royal Household Fleet is what Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip used to drive former President Barack Obama and Michelle when they visited Windsor Castle.

A service member scored big when he came home and surprised his mom at a Sacramento Kings game. U.S. Army Pfc. Brandon Covey had been deployed for six months in South Korea.

The island of Maui saw snow for what may be the first time in Hawaii’s history. Check out the incredible images of the winter storm. 

Two dogs were rescued, after being stuck on an icy river. It took several Nebraska firefighters and rescue divers to retrieve the animals. One was on top of the ice, and the other was in the water.

The 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is in the books and King the Wire Fox Terrier went home with Best in Show. While he certainly deserves all the glory, there are several other dogs that lost but still stole are hearts.

These penguins are definitely feeling the love. Biologists at the California Academy of Sciences distribute these red felt hearts to the African penguins every year. 

Americans will spend $19 billion on chocolates, cards, and flowers for Valentine's Day. You might think that makes it the busiest day of the year for 1-800-Flowers.com, but you'd be wrong.