ABC News' Amy Robach agreed to have her first mammogram on live TV during “Good Morning America,” not knowing that a few weeks later she would be diagnosed with breast cancer.
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Stranger’s generosity stuns Ohio veteran
Vietnam War veteran David A. Tobias was overwhelmed recently when a fellow customer at an OfficeMax store near Ashtabula, Ohio paid for a computer he was purchasing.
VIDEO: High-dive accident caught on tape
A woman at a water park in Idaho leaped off a 22-foot high dive platform, then tried to pull herself back up with frightening results. Fortunately, she escaped with only a cut to her finger.
Where cats are more popular than dogs in the U.S.-and all over the world
We all know there are only two types of people in the world: cat people and dog people. But data from market research firm Euromonitor suggest that these differences extend beyond individual preferences and to the realm of geopolitics: it turns out there are cat countries and dog countries, too.
Hall of Fame adds businesslike Braves, Frank Thomas, managers La Russa and Torre
Atlanta Braves pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, and their manager, Bobby Cox, dominated much of baseball during the 1990s. This weekend they went into the Hall of Fame together.
Enid man injured following pursuit
Larry Lynn Edwards was taken to St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center following the 11:32 p.m. crash on 30th Street, just north of Fox Drive, with head and internal body injuries.
Texas man critical after ATV crash
Edward Alan Bourland, 37, of San Angelo, Texas, was taken from the scene of the 3 p.m. collision by Eagle Med and flown to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City.
The Goo Goo Dolls: A long way from making racket
Group in concert with Doughtry and Plain White T's Aug. 5 at the Enid Event Center
‘She’s my rock’: Family honors sailor who goes beyond service
Kimberly Henry has a job in Navy intelligence and beyond that, has committed to hundreds of hours of volunteer work throughout her tours of duty.
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Oil-covered owl dies: Oil field tank site investigated
Jean Neal and her husband, Jim, of Fairview, have been caring for the owls, which were covered in oil, since Tuesday when they received them from Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
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