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  • Former Miss America, actress Mary Ann Mobley dies at 75

    Former Miss America, actress Mary Ann Mobley dies at 75
    Mary Ann Mobley, actress and former Miss America, has died in Beverly Hills after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 75. Mobley, a native of Mississippi, was crowned Miss America in 1959. After studying acting with Lee Strasberg, she appeared...
  • Mary Ann Mobley, actress and Miss America 1959, dies at 77

    Mary Ann Mobley, who stepped into the spotlight as the first Miss Mississippi to become Miss America and later hit the silver screen opposite Elvis Presley, has died. She was 77. She died Tuesday morning at her Beverly Hills home from complications of...
  • Former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley dies

    Former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley dies
    Actress and former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley died Tuesday morning in Beverly Hills, Calif., after a second battle with breast cancer, television station WTOK in Meridian, Miss., reported Tuesday evening. Mobley represented Mississippi at the Miss...
  • Detecting breast cancer: Sonograms, 3-D mammography get closer look

    New research suggests that for women with dense breasts, conventional mammography supplemented by an ultrasound scan is a costly addition unlikely to improve detection or reduce breast-cancer deaths significantly. But compared with conventional...
  • Orefield actor Robert Callan Adams' recovery reflects 'Little Engine That Could'

    In the classic children's story of perseverance and determination, a small engine must overcome huge odds to pull a train over a mountain. "The Little Engine That Could" could easily be the story of Robert Callan Adams. Four years ago, Adams, who had...
  • Pink and black Penn State throwbacks? An 'interesting idea,' James Franklin says

    Penn State's men's basketball team wore pink-and-black "throwback" uniforms for two games recently, and some of the football players were impressed. The student site Onward State imagined a football throwback uniform with the same color scheme....
  • Trabuco Hills beats San Clemente, 44-37, for Southwest Division title

    Trabuco Hills beats San Clemente, 44-37, for Southwest Division title
    It was intense neighborhood football on display in the Southwest Division championship game Friday night between San Clemente and Trabuco Hills. Two Orange County public schools moved out of the talent-laden Pac-5 Division got to strut their stuff...
  • Around Town: Kids raise 65,149 pennies for drug prevention

    Around Town: Kids raise 65,149 pennies for drug prevention
    Students from 23 classes at Adams Elementary School in Costa Mesa raised $651.49 — in the form of 65,149 pennies — in a Pennies for Prevention drive to benefit Community Service Programs' Project PATH, which fights problems associated with...
  • Want to see the worst movie made in this century?

    Want to see the worst movie made in this century?
    "The Room" is a bad movie. A very bad movie. It's the "Plan 9 from Outer Space" of the 21st century.  How bad is it? It grossed $1,800 in its initial theatrical run in 2003, and one reviewer compared the experience of watching it to being stabbed in the...
  • Environmental Nutrition: To drink or not to drink, a health perspective

    Environmental Nutrition: To drink or not to drink, a health perspective
    Environmental Nutrition Holiday celebrations, happy hours, cocktail parties. It would be nice to think the alcoholic beverages ever-present at social events are good for us. The news media typically makes the most of new studies suggesting a link between...
  • Dr. Donald C. Chambers, OB-GYN who delivered thousands of babies

    Dr. Donald C. Chambers, OB-GYN who delivered thousands of babies
    Dr. Donald C. Chambers, a retired obstetrician-gynecologist who delivered thousands of babies and was a national educational examiner in his field, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease Nov. 26 at the Broadmead retirement community. He was 78 and...