These are the videos you're going to want to watch from this week

A military homecoming and a sky high proposal are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week.


A military homecoming and a sky-high proposal are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week. Take a look at this week in video.

'Everything I could ask for'

First Lt. Dustin Fergen had been deployed for almost 11 months overseas. He hadn't seen his family since Thanksgiving last year.

That changed Wednesday.

During an assembly at Heatherstone Elementary School in Olathe, Kansas, he surprised his two daughters. They both, fourth-grader Joanna Fergen and first-grader Angelica Fergen, didn’t see it coming.

"I was half expecting them to come running up to me, but it took a little coaxing. It was everything I could ask for," Dustin Fergen said.

Once the shock wore off, it was all smiles for the reunited family.

Take a look at the sweet reunion in the video player above.

Officiant 'secretly' gives football score during wedding ceremony

When there's a Saturday wedding on game day, you have to get creative.

Jessica Jester and Kevin McCarthy tied the knot Saturday afternoon as the University of Cincinnati Bearcats played the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, a game that had massive implications for Cincinnati in the College Football Playoff conversation.

A statement win would likely be heard on a national level, making an argument for a Group of Five team to earn a playoff spot after beating both the Irish and Indiana on the road.

With both the bride and groom being Bearcats fans, their ceremony lasted well into the second half of the game — with the wedding party and guests alike left wondering the score.

That's when officiant Adam Billiter came in.

"I promised Jessica that I wouldn’t bring religion into this," he said mid-ceremony. "But I thought I needed to mention it a little bit, and just mention – From the Book of Luke, 24-13 – 3 minutes and 56 seconds to go. Go Cats!"

His statement was met with applause from the crowd and laughs from the bride and groom.

The Bearcats ended up with a win, adding to the couple's joy. Congrats to the happy couple!

Video above was provided by Vivid Wedding Videos.

Home security cameras capture 'fireball' meteor

Several home security cameras picked up a rare and amazing sight in the night skies over Colorado on Sunday morning.

"Everything was pitch dark, and all of a sudden it lit up," Doug Robinson told KCNC-TV, who was one of the residents who captured the meteor on security footage.

At first, he thought it was a flash of lightning.

He was among more than 41 others who reported the sighting to the American Meteor Society. There were about six others who also heard a boom.

Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

Group helps man after being bitten by a shark

Lifeguards urged people not to go into the water at Jensen Beach Park in Florida after a person was bitten by a shark right before noon on Sunday.

An official with Martin County Fire Rescue confirmed the victim was bitten on one of his extremities and transported to a local hospital.

Video sent to WPBF by a viewer shows the man was bitten on his lower left leg.

The person who shot the video told WPBF that he and his girlfriend saw a man crawling out of the ocean and when they went up to him, they saw he was bleeding.

Lifeguards ran over to the victim, followed by Martin County Ocean Rescue, who bandaged the wound. The victim was then taken to a local hospital, officials said. He has not been identified.

Dramatic fire rescue caught on camera

A 97-year-old Nashua, New Hampshire, woman was rescued from her burning home Friday, and one of her rescuers immediately went into cardiac arrest.

Lariana Garvis recorded the scene on her phone.

"The windows were getting blown out from the flames," Garvis told sister station WMUR.

Garvis drove by the house fire in Nashua. She flagged down another driver, saying that person and a neighbor kicked in the front door. They rushed out carrying the woman.

"She was still in her little living room chair, her little velour chair. She was just sitting in there," Garvis said. "She did have some burns."

The woman and her dog were rescued from the home.

A sky-high proposal

A California farmer went to great lengths to propose to his girlfriend.

Sam Merwin wanted to do something special for his girlfriend, Brittany Farnsworth, so he spent a year secretly taking flying lessons.

When he got his license last week, he took her for a surprise flight. Once they were in the air, he had her look out the window for the message he had cut into a harvested field in

"We're flying around for a little bit and I look over in a field and it says, ‘Brittany will you marry me?’ And I look over and the ring box is just sitting in my lap,” Farnsworth said. "I like, started crying and I couldn’t talk. I was like, ‘I don’t know what to do.’ I wanted to look at this but also look at the ring. It was so cool.”

“It took me a longer than expected but once I got to a certain point, I was like too far in to change my plan at that point,” Merwin said.

And of course — Farnsworth said yes. The couple plans to get married next year, but say the ceremony may be a little more down to Earth.