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  • Cal Grant cuts will cut into California's future

    Since 1955, California has provided a vital funding bridge to higher education for needy students. I know about this firsthand. It was only because of the state's Cal Grant program that I was able to attend college at what is now Loyola Marymount...
  • Applicants should come clean about cheating allegations, colleges say

    Applicants should come clean about cheating allegations, colleges say
    The recent expulsions of 11 students from an Orange County high school because of a cheating scandal appeared to be a forceful stand against academic dishonesty. But that discipline also has focused attention on the murkier questions about whether, and...
  • Chefs join Paula Wolfert for fundraiser; sustainable seafood talk; Italian dinner

    Chefs join Paula Wolfert for fundraiser; sustainable seafood talk; Italian dinner
    Legendary cookbook writer Paula Wolfert has been diagnosed with an early form of Alzheimer’s disease, but in characteristic fashion, she’s not taking it passively. You can help her raise money for the Alzheimer’s Assn. -- and eat a lot...
  • Letters: Life, death and children

    Re "A humane stance on dying kids," Opinion, Feb. 20 Unsettling decisions regarding a child's "right to die" and whether his or her life measures up anymore must be determined carefully. Members of a medical and psychosocial team, as well as the patient...
  • Letters: Jahi McMath and medical futility

    Re "Girl's ventilator court order extended," Dec. 31 The concept of medical futility can simply be stated in regard to an essential fact of human life: At some time in every life, disability or death will exceed our medical powers. Regardless of...
  • Vigil planned for priest found slain in Eureka church rectory

    Vigil planned for priest found slain in Eureka church rectory
    A vigil for a popular Roman Catholic priest who was found slain on New Year’s Day in the small Northern California town of Eureka has been scheduled for Sunday. The services come after a 43-year-old man was arrested Thursday in connection with the...
  • College Update: Glendale High alumnus Davis and BYU left hungry

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Michael Davis (Glendale High, 2013) Brigham Young University football freshman: A successful season that included eight victories and a bowl appearance did not end well for Davis and...
  • In Jahi McMath saga, science and religion clash

    It will take more than doctors, judges and medical records to convince Nailah Winkfield that her child is dead. Winkfield's 13-year-old daughter, Jahi McMath, entered an Oakland hospital for tonsil surgery three weeks ago and wound up on life support....
  • Alcohol may have contributed to USC student's death

    Alcohol may have contributed to USC student's death
    Alcohol may have been a contributing factor in the death of a USC student who was found lifeless over the weekend in his off-campus apartment, a law enforcement official said. A final determination on how 22-year-old Thu Yain "Roy" Kyaw died is still...
  • Katie Johnson tips her hat for USC soccer

    Katie Johnson tips her hat for USC soccer
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Katie Johnson (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2012) USC soccer sophomore: With her educated feet often leading the way, Johnson was instrumental in Flintridge Sacred Heart winning the...
  • Santa Clara University drops insurance for elective abortions

    Santa Clara University drops insurance for elective abortions
    Santa Clara University, a Catholic institution in the Silicon Valley area, is dropping coverage for elective abortions under health insurance for its faculty and staff members, officials said. The move is part of what seems to be a trend among...