Antonia Mendoza was killed Wednesday morning after she and her dogs were struck by lightning in Pico Rivera, while out for a walk.
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Sonny Barger, founder of Hells Angels, has died at 83. The iconic outlaw biker had a brief batte with cancer, according to statement Thursday morning.
Wondering who dies in 'Stranger Thing's season 4 on Netflix? Here's everyone who has died during the show's fourth season, including Chrissy.
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Woman receives ‘craziest’ sign from the universe following death of best friend: ‘I got full body chills’
Madyson and her group of grieving friends were sitting at a New York City pier when they noticed something odd in the sky.
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Barger blamed the Stones' delays for the violence, and claims to have put a pistol to Keith Richards' torso and ordered him to start playing. R.I.P. Sonny Barger, Hells Angels Founder and Security at Fatal Rolling Stones Show Dead at 83 Wren Graves
In the new biography "George Michael: A Life" out now by James Gavin, George Michael's relationship with his mother Lesley Angold Panayiotou is explored.
Nash Bridges, ER and Ray Donovan actor Mary Mara’s cause of death has been determined. Mara, who was found dead Sunday in the St. Lawrence River in Cape Vincent, NY, died of asphyxiation due to drowning, according to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office autopsy report. Her death was ruled accidental and an investigation is […]
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She fell into the world so quickly that her parents barely made it into the hospital before she was born. She also slipped from the world too soon.
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Sonny Barger, founder of the Hell's Angel's Oakland chapter, actor, and author died of cancer on Wednesday. He was 83.
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Assisting at the scene were Central Fire and EMS, Wayne County Coroner’s Office and Wayne County Sheriff’s Office.
Michael Phillips, his wife, Robbie Phillips, and Vincent Paul Chiarella died "as a result of asphyxiation due to carbon monoxide poisoning," Bahamian police said Tuesday
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The Prescott community gathered to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the Granite Mountain Hotshot Interagency Crew Learning and Tribute Center.
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Just days after Mary Mara was found dead after a suspected drowning incident while swimming in the St. Lawrence River, New York Police revealed her cause of death.
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Tear gas or pepper spray was used on patrons at a popular nightclub in South Africa when more than a dozen teenagers mysteriously died there, an eyewitness told ABC News. Sibongile Mtsewu, 22, said he was ordering drinks at the crowded Enyobeni Tavern near the South African city of East London over the weekend, when suddenly the doors were closed and some type of chemical agent was released into the air. "The tear gas suffocated many people," he told ABC News.
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A judge ruled that Gabby Petito’s family had a valid claim against Brian Laundrie’s parents and is allowing their civil lawsuit to go to trial. Get the latest update on the case below.
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As gas prices continue to climb, drivers are searching for the lowest prices to fill up. Here's a look at some of the cheapest gas prices in Iowa.
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The founder of the Hells Angels Sonny Barger has died at 83 after a battle with cancer, according to a social media statement and his former attorney.
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Retired Phoenix police K-9 Officers Ronin and Murphy both died. They each served the community for eight years.
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The fire was reported just before 5 a.m. Thursday in the 2200 block of North Mockingbird Lane.
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Hershel W. “Woody” Williams, the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, whose heroics under fire over several crucial hours at the Battle of Iwo Jima made him a legend in his native West Virginia, died Wednesday. Williams' foundation announced on Twitter and Facebook that he died at the Veterans Affairs medical center bearing his name in Huntington. “Today, America lost not just a valiant Marine and a Medal of Honor recipient, but an important link to our Nation’s fight against tyranny in the Second World War,” U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in a statement.
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John Michael 'Mike' Kohler Jr., 87, longtime Spartanburg plant manager, community leader and great grandson of Kohler Company's founder, has died.