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Big plays, big crowds, cheering fans and autographs. All the makings of a big game! Athlete Saul Bosquez says, "We played last year in Indianapolis and had a decent sized crowd. I have a feeling this year is going to be a little bit bigger than the...
WGNO NewsLeg pains and calf cramps can be a warning sign of something much more dangerous lingering in your body especially if you're over the age of 60. Vanessa Bolano shows us why. With 12 grandkids 63-year-old Frank Lagarde never has a chance to rest, but five...
L.A. NOWPfc. Geoffrey Quevedo, who lost an arm and foot in Afghanistan, refuses to give up. "I don't want to be treated like a baby by American society," he says....
CNNAimee Copeland was spending her first night at home Wednesday since flesh-eating bacteria forced the amputation of her hands, leg and foot three months ago. Copeland's first stop out of rehab was to Longhorn Steakhouse for lunch with her family, said her...
Daily American Staff WriterSomerset resident Don Zerfoss said he knew he had a wound that wasn't healing. A diabetic for 15 years, the 71-year-old retiree from Somerset Welding & Steel, injured his foot while caring for his wife, who had cancer. "My leg slid under the...
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WGN NewsCamp One Step at a Time is run by Children's Oncology Services, an organization that provides recreational and educational programs for children and adolescents diagnosed with cancer. If you'd like to learn more about their programs go to www.onestepcamp....
LONDON -- The sound of thousands of voices singing "God Save the Queen" was a powerful note in a day of stirring achievements. The celebration was for the heptathlon triumph ofBritain'sJessica Ennis, but nearly every athlete who put foot or prosthetic leg...
Tribune reporterOne of three Aurora siblings who admitted to criminally neglecting their elderly mother was sentenced to three years in prison Thursday by a Kane County judge who called the woman’s deteriorated condition “horrific and disturbing.”...
The Hartford CourantWhen Paul Nitz made his first Paralympic team 20 years ago, he had to pay his own way to Barcelona. "When I made the team, their next statement was like, 'All right, now you've got to cut us a check for $2,000,' " Nitz said. "I was like, 'What if I don't...
Concerns are growing about chickenpox in Indiana. Two Terre Haute schools are fighting a chickenpox outbreak—and a Parke County school announced Wednesday that it would exclude students without chickenpox vaccinations. Vigo County health officials...
email@example.comRebecca “Becky” Snyder might have had cognitive and physical disabilities, but she lived life to the fullest, choosing a positive attitude and a life filled with human connections. “She was never, ever self-conscious in the wheelchair...
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