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  • Less-invasive aortic aneurysm method not always best route

    Less-invasive aortic aneurysm method not always best route
    Using a less invasive method to treat aortic aneurysms in the abdomen is not always preferable to more traditional surgery in which the abdomen is cut open, according to a new study by the chief of vascular surgery at Loyola University Medical Center. An...
  • Growing through grief

    Growing through grief
    Almost four years after her husband's death from Parkinson's disease, former Sacramento County, Calif., supervisor Sandra Smoley has reinvented her life. She rented out the Fair Oaks home where she lived with her late husband, architect Walter Rohrer,...
  • Notre Dame's TJ Jones making strides while dealing with father's death

    Notre Dame's TJ Jones making strides while dealing with father's death
    SOUTH BEND -- TJ Jones' smile lit up the room as he talked about what might have been. How once he finished dancing in the downpour following Notre Dame's 20-13 overtime takedown of Stanford on Saturday, the best part of the celebration would have...
  • Shembo sets, gives Notre Dame the edge

    Shembo sets, gives Notre Dame the edge
    SOUTH BEND -- Even before the goal-line stand against Stanford, even before the sledgehammer mysteriously showed up in the locker room one day and became their symbol, the Notre Dame football team's defense was one page, one chord, one voice. Until, that...
  • Problem Solver: Fire hydrant, handicapped parking at odds

    Problem Solver: Fire hydrant, handicapped parking at odds
    A car accident stole Philomena Russum's mobility. The oncoming driver turned left and smacked into her car, breaking her hip. After hip replacement surgery, Russum found it difficult to walk on her own. She applied for, and received, a handicapped...
  • MLB legends gather to remember Astros legend Joe Niekro

    MLB legends gather to remember Astros legend Joe Niekro
    Astros pitching ace Joe Niekro threw a knuckleball that was often unhittable. Joe and his Hall of Fame brother, Phil Niekro, established history together that still stands. "When I was with Cleveland, I pitched against Detroit and won that game. That...
  • Dancing with the Stars' "Steelo" Stages Amazing Recovery

    Dancing with the Stars' "Steelo" Stages Amazing Recovery
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Celebrity break dancer "Steelo" is best known for his spins, breaks and slides on "Dancing With the Stars." But not even a year ago, Richard "Steelo" Vazquez couldn't walk or talk. The 32-year-old father was suffered a brain...
  • Mango products recalled because of possible health risk

    Mango products recalled because of possible health risk
    Triple B Corporation of Seattle and Charlie’s Produce of Anchorage, Alaska is recalling 1,336 cases of mangos. The Daniella brand mango were recalled because they have potentially harbor Salmonella. Salmonella is an organism which can cause serious...
  • South Barrington surgeon sentenced in Medicare scam

    South Barrington surgeon sentenced in Medicare scam
    A 63-year-old vascular and thoracic surgeon was sentenced today to 10 months in custody after being convicted of making false statements in post-operation reports relating to health care services and Medicare benefits, federal officials said. Dr. John...
  • Airline will seat passengers based on their moods

    Airline will seat passengers based on their moods
    Baltic, a Latvian airline, has introduced a new system that will seat passengers based on their mood. Flyers who want to make new friends or avoid talkative seatmates will now have a much great opportunity to do so, thanks to the SeatBuddy program. From...
  • Twins Born to Mom on Life Support Still in ICU

    Twins Born to Mom on Life Support Still in ICU
    It has been a tough few months for the family of Christine Bolden. On March 1, 2012, the 26 year-old Muskegon Heights woman, 20 weeks pregnant with twin boys, collapsed with a brain aneurysm while in Grand Rapids. Christine was rushed to Spectrum...
  • Maddy 'wasn't just the sunshine - she was the sun'

    Maddy 'wasn't just the sunshine - she was the sun'
    Kira Ellis remembers meeting Madison "Maddy" Boutelle two years ago. "When we first saw each other, we knew we were going to be best friends," the 14-year-old said. "She came up to me, I stuck out my hand to shake her hand, and she just hugged me."...