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"It was not my time to go," says Angela Weir, a trauma nurse, who was miraculously uninjured after hopping over a concrete barrier and falling 75 feet into the river
Corky the dog was found by a good Samaritan on the side of the road with two other dogs
"We've had such an outpouring of support coming from every direction," Bevers says
Cellphone records also indicate marital and financial struggles
Cellphone records also indicate marital and financial struggles
'It doesn't make sense to most of us that someone would be that passionate about video games,' a police sergeant tells PEOPLE
One man changed his job and now he is changing the lives of dozens of dogs
Sofya Tsygankova, the estranged wife of a renowned concert pianist, was found "rocking back and forth making noises," according to police
Authorities said they "do have reason to believe her stab wounds were self-inflicted"
"She just wanted to know everything she could to make it the very best it could be," Christy Beam tells PEOPLE
Vadym Kholodenko called 911 after finding his two daughters dead and his estranged wife with stab wounds
"You can believe as you want, but we put this out there to help you, not hurt you," Annabel Beam tells PEOPLE
Her doctor was a bit stunned by her decision, "but then he sat back and said, 'That's exactly what I'd do, too' "
"I love the message in the film, and I love the message of hope," Garner said on Good Morning Texas Monday
"It's not always wonderful," Tina Brown tells PEOPLE of being mistaken for a teenager
"If we could find a way to bottle the support that Forest has shown Donald, the world would be a better place," author Caren Zucker tells PEOPLE
"One way usually takes me an hour and a half to two hours in the winter," Tony Berard tells PEOPLE of his commute
"He just has this magnanimous heart, not only for the animals but for kids," says local deputy
"They get a paycheck. They walk through that door and are so excited, because they have a purpose in their life," Ruth Thompson tells PEOPLE
"I was screaming at the top of my lungs. I thought, 'This is it,' " Earl Moorman tells PEOPLE
Miracle is now on the road to recovery in a foster home