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News Anchor Julie Chin Suffers Stroke Live on Air, Explains What Happened That Day (Video)

Oklahoma-based news Anchor Julie Chin suffered a stroke on live television while reading the news and she’s thankfully doing okay.

Julie is bravely talking about her experience and fans are hoping that the video of her suffering the medical emergency could help others detect early warning signs.

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At Least 6 Dead, Dozens Wounded in Fourth of July Parade Shooting in Chicago Suburbs

There’s been yet another terrible mass shooting tragedy in the United States this year.

At least six people are dead, and more than two dozen have been wounded, after a shooter opened fire from a rooftop at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, a suburb in the Chicago area.

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Robb Elementary School in Uvalde to Be Torn Down Following Mass Shooting

Robb Elementary School is going to be torn down, the mayor of Uvalde, Texas announced on Tuesday (June 21).

Mayor Don McLaughlin revealed the news during a city council meeting, which took place just under a month after a horrific shooting at the school left 19 students and two teachers dead.

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Gabby Petito's Family Are Suing Brian Laundrie's Parents For This Reason

Gabby Petito‘s parents are looking for justice over the murder of their daughter.

Joseph Petito and Nicole Schmidt, Gabby‘s parents, are suing Brian Laundrie‘s parents, Christopher and Roberta, and claim that they knew about Gabby‘s death while also helping their son flee.

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Stanford Soccer Player Katie Meyer's Parents Speak Out After Her Cause of Death Was Confirmed

Katie Meyer‘s parents are speaking out.

Earlier this week, it was confirmed that Katie, a captain on the Stanford Women’s Soccer Team, passed away at the age of 22 from suicide.

In a new interview with press, Katie‘s parents, Gina and Steve Meyer, are opening up about the loss of their daughter.

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Stanford Soccer Star Katie Meyer's Cause of Death Revealed

Katie Meyer, a captain on the Stanford Women’s Soccer Team, tragically passed away this week at the age of 22 and now her cause of death has been confirmed.

The soccer star was found dead in her dorm room on Tuesday (March 1) and a rep for Stanford University released a statement in response to the devastating news.

Now, the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coronor has released a statement.

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Stanford Women's Soccer Captain Katie Meyer Passes Away at Age 22

The Stanford University community is mourning a tragic loss.

On Wednesday (March 2), the university announced the passing of Katie Meyer, a captain and goalkeeper of the Stanford Women’s Soccer Team. She was 22-years-old.

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