Reporter's notebook: The hunt for an elusive catfish who nearly destroyed NBA player and a young social media star's lives
As I stepped outside at Manitoba’s James Armstrong Richardson airport last November, I shivered in the cold. Winter comes early to Winnipeg (or “Winterpeg” as the locals call it), a city best known as the launching point for tourists looking to catch a sight of polar bears in Churchill, near the
Motorcyclist describes witnessing his friend fly off a cliff: 'I thought he was dead'
A California man who witnessed his friend and fellow motorcyclist veer off the side of a highway and fall down a cliff told " Good Morning America " in an interview that aired today about the near-death incident. "I thought he was dead," David Park, who captured the entire incident on his GoPro ,
Motorcyclist survives cliffside crash caught on camera
GoPro video showed a motorcyclist lose control of his bike going over a cliff on the Angeles Crest Highway and survive with just a fractured shoulder.
Reporter's notebook: My 24 hours locked inside a metabolic chamber
ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo shared her experiences after spending 24 hours inside a metabolic chamber at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital in New York City. Schiavocampo's journey, which aired on " Good Morning America " today, was the first time that TV cameras were allowed to peek into a metabolic
Deceased loved ones go on in living trees, spaceships and the deep sea
Saying goodbye after a loved one's death can be hard for anyone, but a new company is helping them live on. The Living Urn allows people to mix the ashes of their loves ones with different types of soil and then plant a tree. Mark Brewer and his two childhood friends were inspired after attending a
'Keeping up with the Kattarshians' is a paw-some reality show
The show, shot with GoPro cameras, is streamed live 24 hours a day and was created with the Icelandic Cat Protection Society.
Reporter's Notebook: How a look inside Venezuela's crumbling health care system got me kicked out of the country
Our hospital source just kept repeating: “There are almost zero antibiotics, no surgical gowns, no internal sutures, no gauze, no hypertension meds, no chemotherapy. Hospitals don’t have bed sheets, food or water.” There’s no soap. There’s no air conditioning. In short, he said, performing surgery
Stunning Time-Lapse Footage Captured of Geomagnetic Storm
I know with our index and a dramatic rescue of a woman from an overturned car caught on camera I don't know how. Good samaritans eventually able to break the window and get that driver out onto a street scene Diego she is all right tonight. The rescue captured on a go pro camera strapped to
Skier accidentally flies off 150-foot cliff and lands without a scratch
Remember in the Disney movie "Frozen" when Anna and Kristoff jumped off a 200-foot cliff and landed without a scratch? Thanks to the fresh powder it was like "landing on a pillow." Only in an animated movie could that actually be true -- right? Apparently, not. Just ask skier Devin Stratton. For
Rescuers Race to Save Horse That Fell Through Icy Creek in Canada
A group of farmers and firefighters recently raced to save a horse that fell through an icy creek near the town of Rimbey in Central Alberta, Canada. Cody Scott, a 20-year-old man who filmed part of the dramatic rescue on his GoPro , told ABC News today that the horse belonged to a neighbor, who