Teen Becomes Honorary Colts Cheerleader Just Months After She Was Shot at School: Today on Inside Edition

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A 13-year-old girl who was shot seven times by another student at school showed off her incredible recovery as she joined the Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders as an honorary teammate Sunday.

Just six months after the shooting left Ella Whistler with a broken jaw, collapsed lung and broken neck vertebrae, she wowed the crowd at the Colts game. Watch her inspirational performance here.

Oprah Winfrey's mother, Vernita Lee, passed away on Thanksgiving at the age of 83. Inside Edition looks back on her life and her complicated relationship with her daughter, whom she gave birth to when she was just 14.

Casey Anthony's father was airlifted to hospital Saturday after a serious car wreck in Florida. See here for the latest on his condition.

And with news that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are moving out of Kensington Palace, royal expert Dickie Arbiter sheds light on rumors that they've fallen out with Kate Middleton and Prince William.

For more Inside Edition stories, tune in to today's show. Check here for local listings.


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