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Heart Attack (INACTIVE)

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  • Krikorian in critical condition after suffering heart attack on stage

    Krikorian in critical condition after suffering heart attack on stage
    Business Life publisher John Krikorian remained in critical, but stable condition Thursday after suffering a massive heart attack while on stage a day earlier at the annual Glendale Fire Department awards luncheon. Krikorian was in the intensive care...
  • Kim Jong Il death: Koreatown reacts with joy and worry

    Kim Jong Il death: Koreatown reacts with joy and worry
    Los Angeles' Koreatown reacted with both glee and anxiety on hearing about the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. "I saw it as someone who should have passed long ago finally having passed," said a North Korean defector now living in L.A., who...
  • Community reacts to Kim Jong Il's death

    Community reacts to Kim Jong Il's death
    Images of military planes flashed on a large TV screen at the Good Barbershop. A South Korean newscaster reported the country was on high alert following reports of Kim Jong Il’s death. The passing of the North Korean dictator had been a hot topic...
  • Woman who drove Mercedes up Verdugo Wash won't face charges

    Woman who drove Mercedes up Verdugo Wash won't face charges
    The Glendale woman who drove her Mercedes up the Verdugo Wash at freeway speeds Thursday before getting trapped in the concrete-lined waterway will not face criminal charges because she broke no laws, officials said. The 53-year-old woman, whom police...
  • Dick Clark, pioneer of radio and TV, is dead at 82

    Dick Clark, pioneer of radio and TV, is dead at 82
    Dick Clark, the legendary TV producer and host, died Wednesday of a heart attack. He had suffered a stroke in 2004 and had struggled with the effects ever since. The man known as "America's oldest living teenager," made rock music safe for Middle America...