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  • L.A. County officials offer a novel idea to save millions

    L.A. County officials offer a novel idea to save millions
    With steep state budget cuts under debate in Sacramento, Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to push for changes to CalWorks and other government aid programs they said would save nearly $270 million. Included in their suggestions is a novel...
  • Despite its wealth, the tribe continues to get lots of federal help

    Despite its wealth, the tribe continues to get lots of federal help
    Federal grants continue to subsidize the Seminole Tribe of Florida, despite a gambling empire that brings in more than $1 billion a year. Even as tribal affluence increased, the Seminoles have received government grants for health care, education, law...
  • Healthcare Q&A

    With lawmakers home for their August recess, a fierce battle has broken out over what precisely is in the mammoth healthcare bills being pushed by congressional Democrats in Washington. There has been no shortage of misinformation, much of it advanced by...
  • Teenlink/Scholarships

    Teenlink/Scholarships
    Off to College Sweepstakes Open to high school seniors planning to attend college or current college students. One winner will be chosen every two weeks through May 11. www.suntrusteducation.com/sweeps. Amount: $1,000. Drawing every two weeks through...
  • L.A. County may spend money to try to save money on welfare

    L.A. County may spend money to try to save money on welfare
    With the cost of helping Los Angeles County's welfare recipients expected to hit $1 billion by the end of this fiscal year, county officials are pushing a plan to shift the burden of some of the most hard-core unemployed to the federal government. If they...
  • Virginia Sen. Norment holds stake in doomed car dealership

    A car dealership owned in part by state Sen. Thomas K. Norment has been targeted for closure by Chrysler LLC as part of the company's bankruptcy restructuring plan. Norment, a lawyer who along with three others holds a financial stake in the long...
  • Schwarzenegger defends tax hikes, applauds stimulus

    Schwarzenegger defends tax hikes, applauds stimulus
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Sunday defended his decision to raise taxes as a necessary step to stem California's staggering economic crisis. During appearances on morning news shows in Washington, D.C., Schwarzenegger said he would gladly accept...
  • Organizations

    Artists welcome award winner The Valley Porcelain Artists Club had world-renowned artist Mariela Vallasmil-Kaminski as its guest demonstrator at the meeting on May 28 at the Joslyn Adult Center, 1301 W. Olive Ave., Burbank. She has a bachelor's degree...
  • Laid-off teachers to be offered their jobs back

    GLENDALE — Citing an expected windfall from a federal aid bill, Glendale Unified officials on Monday said all 66 teachers who were laid off this year will be offered their jobs back when school begins in three weeks. District Supt. Dick Sheehan...
  • Aid isn't enough for school districts

    News this week that states would be in line for millions in emergency federal aid brought two very distinct tales from Glendale and Burbank unified school districts. In Glendale, which stands to collect up to $5 million, district officials used the one-...
  • Don't Panic - What to Do to Avoid Foreclosure

    Owning your own home is the American dream, but for many people, it has created fear and frustration as they try to avoid a foreclosure nightmare. These days, people of all income levels are fighting off foreclosures, from those caught in the subprime...