"He didn't have an ego. He wasn't Hollywood. He was very grounded," says friend Bruce Hamilton, who attended Temple University in Philadelphia with Saget
Though Nancy Shellard has Alzheimer's and "doesn't remember much these days," her daughter tells PEOPLE Nancy always recognizes husband Bob
New Rochelle Residents on Coronavirus Lockdown: Our Community Is Not a 'Petri Dish of Disaster'
The city has become the epicenter of New York's coronavirus outbreak, leading the state to create a one-mile "containment zone"
No Dire Emergency for Florida's Racing Greyhounds, Officials Say, as Rescues Fight to Help Them
Greyhound adoption organizations have received so many applications, officials believe that the number of potential owners will outnumber the racing greyhounds in need of homes
Future Unclear for Thousands of Greyhounds That Will Need Homes Following Florida Racing Ban
Figures from various sources suggest anywhere from 8,000 to 15,000 greyhounds currently racing or in training for Florida's final racing seasons will need new homes over the next two years
Georgia Mom Fatally Shoots Son with Down Syndrome and Her Mother Before Killing Herself: Police
Kimberly Butts was found with a single gunshot wound to the temple, police say
By lunchtime Friday, the Panama City team had served 3,000 meals and each station began cooking 30,000 meals to be served Saturday
Three years after Florida teens were lost at sea, their families face ongoing legal battles and bittersweet celebrations
A family of six, including three children age five and younger, recently escaped a blaze that destroyed their home – and they owe their survival to their Great Dane, Titan.