'Prince Of Tides' Author Pat Conroy Dies At 70Conroy was known for his theatrical writing style. It's why many of his books translated so well to the large and small screen.
'Prince Of Tides' Author Pat Conroy Announces He Has Pancreatic CancerConroy has written a dozen books including "The Prince of Tides," "The Great Santini." and "The Water is Wide."
WHO: Processed Meat Like Hot Dogs Can Cause CancerProcessed meat such as hot dogs and bacon have been classified as carcinogenic to humans by the World Health Organization’s cancer agency, according to a report released Monday.
Stolen Stradivarius Violin Worth $5 Million Sat In Venice Basement For YearsThe case contained a famous Stradivarius that had been stolen from renowned violinist Roman Totenberg in 1980, likely by Johnson, who died in November 2011 at age 58.
Study: City Of Hope Therapy Successfully Using Salmonella Bacterium To Fight Pancreatic CancerResearchers at the City of Hope say they have created a therapy that uses Salmonella bacterium to combat an aggressive form of pancreatic cancer, according to a study published Wednesday.
Veteran Music Agent Peter Grosslight Dead At 68A longtime Los Angeles music agent who represented such artists as Whitney Houston, the Eagles, Tom Petty and Journey has died.
'Purple Stride' 5K Run-Walk Held To Raise Awareness For Pancreatic CancerHundreds of people, cancer patients, family and friends took part.
Inland Empire Couple Weds After Man Diagnosed With Stage 4 Pancreatic CancerWhen Jim and Kim Barnes said their wedding vows at the Riverside County Courthouse on Monday, their words reminded them of their reality.
Philanthropist, Author Linda Daly Discusses Latest Book 'The Last Pilgrimage' Philanthropist and author, Linda Daly, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to tell viewers about her book, “The Last Pilgrimage: My Mother’s Life and Our Journey to Saying Goodbye”.
Daughter Who Ran 52 Marathons To Honor Late Father Named Woman Of The YearA Santa Monica woman who ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks to help fight pancreatic cancer, will be honored Sunday, May 19 as the 28th Senate District's Woman of the Year.
Bonnie Franklin Remembered As Groundbreaking TV PioneerActress and humanitarian Bonnie Franklin, who died Friday morning at her Los Angeles home from complications due to pancreatic cancer, was hailed Friday as a pioneer in the world of television.