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John Stamos of “Full House,” “Big Shot” on fame, friends
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John Stamos of “Full House,” “Big Shot” on fame, friends

John Stamos of "Full House," "Big Shot" on fame, friends - CBS News Watch CBS News The actor whose looks and charm earned him a devoted following as Uncle Jesse in the sitcom "Full House," and who currently stars as the intense coach of a high school girls' basketball team in the Disney+ series "Big Shot," talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about the impact of the death of his friend Bob Saget, and how the future looks today. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On ...
Progress and Hope in the Fight Against Suicide | Healthiest Communities Health News
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Progress and Hope in the Fight Against Suicide | Healthiest Communities Health News

Suicide is among the top causes of death in the United States today, and for some groups, the crisis is particularly acute.The terrible toll that suicide takes on our society is immense. To put it in perspective, in 2020 alone, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says an estimated 12.2 million people in the U.S. seriously considered suicide, 3.2 million made a plan and 1.2 million made an attempt on their own lives. That same year, nearly 46,000 people died by suicide – roughly one person every 11 minutes.Data also shows that suicide was the second-leading cause of death among individuals aged 10 to 34 in 2020. As a father of three children – all of whom fall in this age group – this statistic hits home, and highlights a crisis we must help our young people overcome.The ...
Preview: Wynonna Judd’s first interview since her mother’s death
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Preview: Wynonna Judd’s first interview since her mother’s death

Preview: Wynonna Judd's first interview since her mother's death - CBS News Watch CBS News The country superstar talks about grief and continuing to tour after the death of her mother, Naomi Judd, in an interview with correspondent Lee Cowan to be broadcast September 25 on "CBS Sunday Morning." Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On Source link
OPP investigate after body discovered in Elora Gorge
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OPP investigate after body discovered in Elora Gorge

An investigation is underway after a body was found in the Elora Gorge. Wellington County OPP, Centre Wellington Fire and Rescue, and Guelph-Wellington Paramedics went to an area along the Irvine River near John Street Thursday around 2:40 p.m. Trending Stories MORE LOCAL NEWS: Guelph reduces single-use plastic itemsInvestigators say the unidentified individual was pronounced dead at the scene.Police and the office of the chief coroner are investigating. © 2022 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc. Source link
Luke Bell, country music singer, dies at age 32
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Luke Bell, country music singer, dies at age 32

Country music singer Luke Bell has died at the age of 32 after going missing earlier this month, police in Tucson, Arizona, told CBS News on Tuesday. Authorities said Bell was found in Midtown Tucson on Friday and an investigation is ongoing.Bell was reported missing August 20 not far from where he was found, his close friend and country artist Matt Kinman told music blog SavingCountryMusic.com. According to the blog, Bell was dealing with a "severe battle" with bipolar disorder. Musician Luke Bell performs onstage during Stagecoach California's Country Music Festival at Empire Polo Club on April 30, 2016, in Indio, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Stagecoach Bo...
Noelle O’Soup: Coroner didn’t attend death at unit where teen’s remains found months later
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Noelle O’Soup: Coroner didn’t attend death at unit where teen’s remains found months later

The BC Coroners Service did not attend the scene of a sudden, unnatural death at the unit in a Vancouver rooming house where the decomposing remains of Noelle O’Soup and a second adult female were later found, Global News has learned. O’Soup, 13, and the other person were only ultimately discovered by cleaning staff, months after the coroner and investigators should have inspected the suite. 3:43 Questions remain surrounding the disappearance of Noelle O’Soup Questions remain surrounding the disappearance of Noelle O’Soup That revelation, coming from sources with knowledge of the investiga...
Young Huntsville Fire cadet dies after training exercise: City Officials
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Young Huntsville Fire cadet dies after training exercise: City Officials

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — A young Huntsville Fire & Rescue cadet has died after finishing a training exercise, according to Huntsville City officials. 31-year-old Bryant McGowan died on Thursday, July 28 at Huntsville Hospital, the City reported. One dead in overnight Huntsville shooting McGowan, who was hired by the City in March 2022, was training to become a firefighter. Officials say the cadet “became medically distressed” on Thursday after completing a training exercise. City officials say an on-site paramedic immediately helped McGowan. He was transported to Huntsville Hospital, where he later died. There will be an autopsy to determine the cause of death, according to officials. Mayor Tommy Battle is asking for the community to pray for the c...
Wave of Opioid Overdoses Expected to Hit U.S. Rural, Urban Areas
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Wave of Opioid Overdoses Expected to Hit U.S. Rural, Urban Areas

By By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter, HealthDay Reporter(HealthDay)FRIDAY, July 29, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Experts predict opioid overdoses will climb in both rural and urban areas because of the lethal practice of mixing the highly addictive narcotics with other drugs.The coming wave of opioid overdoses “will be worse than ever seen before,” said researchers from Northwestern Medicine in Chicago who studied trends and used a predictive model to determine where deaths would escalate.“I'm sounding the alarm because, for the first time, there is a convergence and escalation of acceleration rates for every type of rural and urban county,” said corresponding author Lori Post. She is director of the Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of...