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  • Steve Sabol, president of NFL Films, dies

    Steve Sabol, president of NFL Films, dies
    The football world says goodbye to a legend of the sport on Tuesday. Steve Sabol, President of NFL Films, has died at the age of 69 years old after an 18 month battle with brain cancer. Sabol took over the mantle of NFL Films President in 1985 from his...
  • NFL Films President, Steve Sabol Dies

    NFL Films President, Steve Sabol Dies
    The football world said goodbye to a legend of the sport Tuesday. Steve Sabol, President of NFL Films, died of brain cancer just weeks away from 70th birthday. Sabol took over the mantle of NFL Films from his father Ed, who founded the company. Steve...
  • Virgen: 'Touchdown Newport' very entertaining

    Virgen: 'Touchdown Newport' very entertaining
    There are sure to be plenty of memorable moments produced during and after the viewing of the documentary, "Touchdown Newport," about the 1970 Newport Harbor High football team. Probably none can be as poignant and heartwarming as what occurred at Lido...
  • HS Quarterback Critical After Traumatic Brain Injury

    HS Quarterback Critical After Traumatic Brain Injury
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A local high school football player is fighting for his life after suffering a critical head injury during a game. 17-year-old Ryan "Dax" McGregor, a senior quarterback at Wildomar Cornerstone Christian, suffered a head injury on...
  • Advocates say EEG therapy can guide mental energy

    Advocates say EEG therapy can guide mental energy
    Andrew Ingley wanted to improve his focus and his creativity. So Ingley, a manager of a chiropractor's office, turned to a creative method that he says helped him in both areas: He examined and learned to control his brain waves. Ingley, 39, recently...
  • When funny business crosses the punch line

     When funny business crosses the punch line
    Breast jokes were hilarious that first year, as I gawked at the colorful participants in the Susan G. Komen breast cancer walk. Hairy guys wearing tutus and double-D brassieres pedaled by on bicycles. Women sported team mottos on their backs and caps:...
  • Woman Launches Online Campaign To Help Friend Battling Brain Cancer

    Woman Launches Online Campaign To Help Friend Battling Brain Cancer
    Leah Rosales never knew she'd meet a friend forever when she met Heather Riemersma as a little girl. "We lived right next door to each other," explained Riemersma. "As soon as we started talking, we kind of never stopped." They stuck together through...
  • BBQ & yard sale on Saturday will help Salem boy fighting cancer

    BBQ & yard sale on Saturday will help Salem boy fighting cancer
    People in Salem are hoping to raise a lot of money on Saturday.  It's all going to the Leffler family whose 13-year-old son is battling cancer. A.J. Leffler's story began last February when he was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor. In the last...
  • Junior Seau's brain tissue to be studied

    Junior Seau's brain tissue to be studied
    SAN DIEGO - Brain tissue from deceased NFL star Junior Seau has been sent to the National Institutes of Health for study to determine whether his brain suffered damage from his football career, the San Diego County medical examiner said Thursday. The...
  • Newport Harbor High student recovering from brain tumor

    Newport Harbor High student recovering from brain tumor
    The family of a Newport Harbor High School student who is struggling to recover from a brain tumor is looking for community support. Shelby Benjamin should be getting excited to start her senior year, but instead she is fighting to recover from her...
  • Coroner: Tony Scott Had No Serious Medical Condition

    Coroner: Tony Scott Had No Serious Medical Condition
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- The death of British filmmaker Tony Scott has been formally ruled a suicide. The coroner's report cites the cause of death as multiple blunt force injuries and evidence of drowning after jumping from the Vincent Thomas...