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  • Woman reinvents herself as dancer, opens studio at 46

    Ofelia de La Valette was slogging it out on a treadmill when she heard funky music in the distance. She jumped off the treadmill and followed the music pulsating inside a cardio funk dance class. She stood in the back of the class and watched the dancers...
  • North Riverside draws scrutiny at state hearing over pensions

    North Riverside draws scrutiny at state hearing over pensions
    North Riverside's recent efforts to cure its pension-driven financial ills have little bearing on the question of whether the village violated state statutes by underfunding its police and fire pensions, a state Department of Insurance attorney said in...
  • Peninsula group promotes 'Coverage to Care'

    Peninsula group promotes 'Coverage to Care'
    More than 8 million Americans bought private health insurance for 2014 through the state marketplaces set up by the Affordable Care Act at the urging of the Department of Health and Human Services. Now the federal agency is pushing to translate that...
  • Six ballot measures qualify to go before voters in November

    California voters will get to weigh in on six ballot measures this November, including a proposal to reform criminal sentencing and a Gov. Jerry Brown-backed plan for a rainy-day fund. Thursday was the cutoff for measures to qualify for the ballot. That...
  • Corbett attracts private insurers to proposed hybrid Medicaid plan

    Corbett administration officials hoping that a competitive field of health insurance companies bidding for business under the governor's alternative Medicaid expansion plan will impress federal regulators. The governor's office announced Friday that at...
  • Blumenthal, DeLauro Introduce Medicare Advantage Bill

    New legislation submitted by two Connecticut members of Congress would require health insurers to finalize their physician networks for Medicare Advantage plans 60 days before the autumn enrollment begins. The goal of the Medicare Advantage Participant...
  • Why Did Malloy Give Insurers A Pass On Addiction Coverage?

    Why Did Malloy Give Insurers A Pass On Addiction Coverage?
    Why did Gov. Dannel P. Malloy veto a bill that would have required insurers to report to the state Insurance Department for its annual consumer report card more information about their coverage of treatment for substance abuse and related mental health...
  • 23 Years For Nurse Who Raped Young Child, Conspired To Rape 18-Month-Old

    23 Years For Nurse Who Raped Young Child, Conspired To Rape 18-Month-Old
    VERNON — A former nurse practitioner from Vernon admitted in court on Thursday that he raped a 3-year-old girl and conspired to rape an 18-month-old baby. Jay Mohler-Avery, 46, in pleading guilty, also admitted trying to get the mother of the 18-...
  • Pilot agrees to pay $20K to Glendale for damages, expenses in 2012 plane crash

    Pilot agrees to pay $20K to Glendale for  damages, expenses in 2012 plane crash
    A man who crashed a Cessna plane into a Glendale neighborhood in 2012 has agreed to pay the city $20,000, according to a city announcement this week. The City Council agreed during a closed-door meeting on Tuesday to accept the payment as a settlement...
  • Salisbury seeks to bill insurance carriers for emergency services

    Salisbury Township officials will soon begin drafting an ordinance that will allow its police, fire and public works departments to bill their insurance carriers for emergency services rendered. Commissioner James Seagreavesa captain in the township's...
  • State budget, slew of new laws take effect Tuesday

    State budget, slew of new laws take effect Tuesday
    TALLAHASSEE — On Tuesday, the state's largest-ever, $77 billion budget goes into effect, along with 157 other bills approved by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Scott. The laws range from the "Florida GI Bill" intended to make Florida the...