How Newlyweds Josh Elliott and Liz Cho 'Chose Joy' over Tragedy Following His Mother's Sudden Death

Many couples spend the final weeks before their weddings worrying about guest lists and floral arrangements, but that was far from the case for journalists Josh Elliott and Liz Cho.

Just three weeks ahead of their July 11 nuptials, Elliott, 44, found out some of the worst news of his life: his mother Toni had suddenly died after going into septic shock.

GMA's John Ferracane Marries ABC News' Linzie Janis in Jamaica

Talk about finding love in the workplace!

Good Morning America senior broadcast producer John Ferracane married ABC News correspondent Linzie Janis on Thursday, PEOPLE confirms.

“I’m so lucky that within weeks of walking into a new job at GMA I found the woman of my dreams right in the office,” Ferracane tells PEOPLE.

The couple said “I do” in a small, beach ceremony at the Round Hill Resort and Villas in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

George Stephanopoulos Apologizes on Air for Donation Controversy

George Stephanopoulos has taken to the air after his journalistic credibility was called into question for not publicly disclosing a $75,000 donation to the Clinton Foundation – an organization that the ABC News chief political correspondent and Good Morning America co-anchor has covered for ABC.

Kris Jenner Responds to 'No Comment' Accusations as ABC Stands by Bruce Jenner Special

After revealing he is transitioning from male to female, Bruce Jenner now focuses on creating a new existence as a woman. Subscribe now for instant access to the exclusive new details you didn t see on TV and how Kris truly feels, only in PEOPLE.

Diane Sawyer Will Be Back on ABC News

Diane Sawyer Signs Off from ABC World News

Without much pomp and circumstance, Diane Sawyer quietly bid adieu to her 5-year role as World News anchor Wednesday night.

“I just want you to know what a deep privilege it has been to sit in the anchor chair these years where Peter Jennings created a signature of such curiosity and courage,” she said while wrapping up the evening’s show.

Elizabeth Vargas and Marc Cohn Divorcing as She Returns to Rehab, Source Says

It’s a doubly difficult time for ABC News reporter Elizabeth Vargas.

After revealing her decades-long battle with alcohol addiction in November, this week Vargas, 51, announced she has returned to rehab, checking into a facility while on vacation.

Elizabeth Vargas Back in Rehab

ABC News reporter Elizabeth Vargas has returned to a recovery center to be treated for alcohol dependency, she and the network said Sunday.

The 20/20 co-anchor said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE that she checked into a treatment facility this weekend while on vacation.

“As so many other recovering alcoholics know, overcoming the disease can be a long and incredibly difficult process,” Vargas said. “I feel I have let myself, my co-workers and most importantly my family down and for that I am ashamed and sorry.”

Diane Sawyer Steps Down as Anchor of ABC's World News

ABC says Diane Sawyer is stepping down as its evening news anchor, to be replaced by David Muir.

The network said Sawyer will concentrate on interviews and specials. During her tenure, ABC’s World News was a steady second to Brian Williams at NBC, although the ABC broadcast has made gains among younger viewers.

Muir is familiar to World News viewers as a substitute for Sawyer and has traveled around the country for his “Made in America” series.

VIDEO: Boy with Autism Gets a Special Gift from Sanitation Worker

Daniel Mulligan of Ojai, Calif., 5, looks forward to his neighborhood’s weekly trash pick-up, watching in fascination as the garbage is picked up by sanitation workers. But his usual Monday routine had a welcome surprise, captured on video, when he got to meet one of his heroes – and got a truck of his own.