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The year 2011 was the year of development. From a huge cost underestimate on Bob Hope Airport’s massive transit center, to news that Walmart was coming to town, to the clog of a large-scale revamp of the Golden State (5) Freeway corridor, the pang...
JAN. 9 MONDAY The Burbank Community YMCA offers Kettle Bell, Zumba and Ripped classes beginning today for members and non-members alike. Call (818) 845-8551, Ext. 553. JAN. 10 TUESDAY Jazzercise classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday at 6:15 p.m....
KTLA NewsHAYWARD, Calif. -- A childhood friend was sentenced to 25-years to life in the first degree murder of nursing student Michelle Le. Prosecutors allege Giselle Esteban stalked and murdered Le because she blamed the young nurse for ruining her...
KTLA NewsWESTWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) -- The University of California Regents have reached a settlement in the case of a 2008 laboratory fire that killed 23-year-old research assistant Sheharbano "Sheri" Sangji. The UC Regents have agreed to "comprehensive...
Tribune reporterThe parents of a Chicago teenager who police said was killed after another Chicago teen punched him at an Indiana beach on July 4th filed a wrongful death lawsuit Wednesday against the teen accused of throwing the punch, his sister and his mother. James...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe United Methodist Women from College Hill United Methodist Church would like to see the death penalty abolished in Kansas. The group held a meeting this week to start a conversation about the issue. Last year, the Kansas House of Representatives...
Special-education advocates are calling for the state to do more to address the bullying of disabled students, saying that a recent lawsuit against the city school system highlights the long-lasting harm that harassment can do to such children. Experts...
Tribune reporterEven at his most difficult moments, Rasul "Rocky" Clark was determined to live his life as an example for others, said Don Grossnickle. "Didn't Rocky teach us?" Grossnickle asked the hundreds of mourners gathered at Clark's funeral torday, getting head...
Reports of sexual assaults at the Naval Academy doubled last year, the fourth straight year the number has increased, according to the Defense Department. But do the findings of the Pentagon report on sexual harassment and assaults mean that such...
Imperial Valley Press Staff Writer, Copy EditorAs part of the multidimensional childhood obesity study, Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo will be given grant money to hire temporary volunteers to perform family intervention in the community, officials said. Community volunteers — promotoras —...
Upon learning they are pregnant, most women dutifully nix the alcohol, sushi and caffeine. But what about antidepressants? Headlines about the potential risks of antidepressants on a developing fetus, including miscarriage, premature birth and newborn...
Ladies, do you need an excuse to tell your significant other you need a massage? Gentlemen, sick of your loved one complaining about your garlic breath? You can thank us for this blog. Because, February is Heart Health Month, and by getting a massage...
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