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The academic rigors of second-grade math were proving too difficult for a young Ronald Bonk. The mocking numbers overwhelmed him. Bonk chewed on his pencils, hoping the method would provide prescience. The stress roiled. Eventually the habit evolved,...
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It started with headaches and exhaustion. Then, in October, straight-A student Emily Barnett began falling asleep during class at Burroughs High School, and on a couple of occasions, she didn't make it to campus at all. By Thanksgiving, her mother, Lisa...
There was plenty of pressure on Lauren Cox coming into her senior season with the La Cañada High softball team. It was the first time Cox would be the Spartans' primary pitcher and she was stepping into the role with a mountain of expectations facing her...
From the intense pain radiating from his left leg, Mike McDonald knew that he had suffered a serious injury. But he had no idea how bad it really was. As he lay on the turf clutching his leg, McDonald peered through the face mask of his football helmet...
Federal prosecutors on Friday launched a significant crackdown on commercial marijuana operations, announcing legal action against several marijuana operations as part of a new statewide enforcement effort. According to a statement, the action focused...
It was a routine move, on a routine play, during a routine practice. It was just about a year ago that Bellarmine-Jefferson High junior baseball player Philip Diaz-McTague was taking part in a fielding drill at shortstop at Burbank's Brace Canyon Park....
Happy New Year to all of you! I hope you had a lovely holiday season and that Santa was good to you. It is hard to believe that with this column I complete my third year as your service club reporter, and that the February column will mark the beginning...
It is now East meets West for cancer patients at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, which recently started offering acupuncture and other supplementary treatments through a new educational partnership. Interns from Emperor's College of...
The seventh-annual "Evening with the Stars Celebrity Gala" was a soap-opera fan's wildest dream come true. For a $100 donation to the La Crescenta-based Desi Geestman Foundation, guests mingled with daytime's stars from "Young & the Restless", "The Bold...
Nine percent of Burbank Unified ninth-graders have carried a weapon to school, 5% of seventh-graders have smoked marijuana at least once, and 18% of 11th-graders have been drunk or high on campus, according to the recent California Healthy Kids Survey....
You don't need a resume. No college or high school degree is required. And the vetting process is highly dubious. A paycheck? Forget it. This job costs you plenty. A penchant for golf, wearing socks with sandals, barbecuing and fishing are common...
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South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Donna Swaby has joined her three daughters for several cancer walks in the past -- at least once a year -- but the one on Saturday, she said, "Makes me cry." This time, four of her six grandkids walked with her, too, a happy clan of...
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