TRENDING: Dog rescues hiker; Cheer squad welcomes special member

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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending today on the web!

    Dominican immigrant feels "pure joy" from Powerball win

    The New Jersey man who won the $338 million Powerball lottery said he felt "pure joy" at winning the huge jackpot.

    Dominican immigrant Pedro Quezada appeared at New Jersey lottery headquarters Tuesday afternoon to officially claim the prize. The former bodega owner-operator said his mind is not clear enough yet to figure out what he will do with the money, but he does have one thing in mind-a good car.

    He did decide to take the lump sum payment, which is $221 million or about $152 million after taxes.

    It's the fourth-largest jackpot in Powerball history.

    Mole, owner Ramon Llamas rescue man trapped at California's Mt. Rubidoux

    A hiker trapped for days on a California mountain may owe his life to this hiker and his dog.

    Ramon Llamas made the discovery while hiking on a dirt trail with his dog Molé when he said the animal began pulling him toward some rocks. When found, the hiker told him he had been trapped for four days with no food or water.

    Authorities said the man got stuck after he slipped and fell into a crack between some rocks.

    The hiker was taken to the hospital for treatment.

    Cheer squad welcomes special member

    Eighth grader Sarah Hill is known for taking on each day with optimism, despite facing some very difficult challenges, including Down syndrome.

    Now, thanks to New Brighton Cheerleaders, one of her dreams has become a reality-they made her a cheerleader.

    The cheer coach said her team has become closer and more understanding, and Sarah said being a part of the squad is helping her gain confidence.

    She will need it next week since cheerleading squad will perform in front of thousands at a basketball game.

    Bruins coach tosses earpiece into fan's beer

    Beers at sporting events are pretty expensive, so it's a shame when one is ruined by a flying earpiece.

    During the Boston Bruins' 3-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs at TD Garden Monday night, Bruins assistant coach Geoff Ward took out his earpiece and tossed it over his shoulder.

    The earpiece sailed over the glass and landed in what appears to be an unsuspecting fan's beer.

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