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"It really took him down quick, and I didn't know what was gonna happen next and if he was gonna make it."
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Not all kids are happy about going back to school because they're worried about catching the coronavirus. Blanca Cobb shares tips on ways to help your child cope.
Trail log: Gretchen Pardon back on Appalachian Trail two months after returning home as precaution against COVID-19
We will be tracking her journey from Amicalola Falls, Georgia to Katahdin Mountain in Maine for the next 6 months with weekly updates.
WWII vet gets up every morning for patriotic display on his front lawn
Every morning, World War II veteran Mastrocola grabs a lawn chair and an American flag and takes a seat on the sidewalk. It's part of his final mission in life.
‘Testament to true love’ | Houston couple reunited after coronavirus kept them apart
When 89-year-old Mickie Hawthorne became seriously ill with COVID-19, family members made the difficult decision to move her away from her 92-year-old husband.
Washington Redskins to retire team name
Washington's NFL football team has retired its team name after 87 years.
Fire departments team up for Whataburger surprise for fellow firefighter who is in the hospital
Capt. Troy Hammons is a 23-year veteran of the Lake Cities Fire Department. He's been in the hospital for a month after a torn calf muscle led to amputation.
Former trash removal service worker gets accepted to Harvard Law School | For The Culture
"No one can promise you that life will be fair, but if you keep your eyes on the prize everything will fall into place," Staton told CBS News.
Blackout Day 2020 movement encourages supporters to use 'economic power' to fight racial injustice
Social media campaign promoting nationwide boycott July 7 is quickly gaining steam after the death of George Floyd.
Walmart is transforming 160 store parking lots to drive-in movie theaters this summer
Walmart's drive-in tour will start in August and will run through October.
Austin City Limits cancels 2020 music festival
The music festival had previously featured headliners such as Childish Gambino, Cardi B, Tame Impala, Billie Eilish and Guns N’ Roses.
Mom of the year: SA mother makes a DIY-style H-E-B cashier station
"Everything was worth it when I saw Aria’s face!" Lori Plata told KENS 5. She was even voted "employee of the month."
COVID-19 forces bike ride to go virtual, but its cancer-fighting goal rides on
"It really has been a blessing to still be able to do what we set out to do, just in a different way," said Maile McQuaid of Plano.
Fort Worth couple married 53 years died from COVID-19 within an hour of each other
Nurses at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital made sure Betty and Curtis Tarpley didn’t die alone.
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