The Coolest Thing You'll See Today: A photojournalist for The Wichita Eagle was out just trying to find a photo opportunity of the day and came upon the rescue of a dog who fell into a creek. The accompanying images and tweets from the Fire Department rescue are truly heartwarming. You can see all of those here, plus a great shot of the dog meeting the fireman in charge of his rescue and finally one of a reunion with his owner. Swoon. (6:31pm) via Jalopnik

Mystery Big Bang: Reports have flooded English emergency services about a loud bang that was heard across a large swathe of the country. The noise — that one eyewitness said shook his house — was heard as far afield as Bath, Swindon, Coventry, Rugby and Oxford. It is not thought to have been an aircraft's sonic boom. The Ministry of Defense is investigating. (2:18 p.m.) via BBC News

It’s National Grilled Cheese Day: Yes, it may just be toasted bread, butter and cheese, but the grilled cheese sandwich is one of the world's greatest comfort foods — and today is its official day. History suggests that the Ancient Romans were the first to make a cooked bread and cheese sandwich, but since then the humble sandwich has gone through endless iterations. The classic American grilled cheese sandwich emerged in the 1920s when affordable cheese and sliced bread became more widely available. Hungry? It might be time to celebrate…(10:35 p.m.) via

Baby Found Alive in Morgue: A mother in Chaco, Argentina, gave birth to a baby, which the hospital staff declared as stillborn. The mother, Analia Bouter, said she never got a chance to look at her baby after the birth because she had been sedated. Twelve hours later, Bouter and her husband, Fabian Veron, visited the morgue to say goodbye to their daughter. After they pried the nailed coffin lid open and looked in, the baby let out a small cry. Provincial health officials are investigating the hospital. (9:55 p.m.) via SkyNews