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  • Supreme Court health ruling helps 14,000 in North Dakota

    More than 14,000 low- and moderate-income North Dakota residents will retain health insurance premium subsidies provided through the Affordable Care Act under a U.S. Supreme Court ruling Thursday allowing the payments.
  • At the Roxy: RockSweat Fitness, where spotlight is on a workout class

    At the Roxy: RockSweat Fitness, where spotlight is on a workout class
    It's not even 9 a.m. on a Saturday and I'm outside the Roxy music club on Sunset Boulevard. It feels a bit like one of those parallel universe moments, as I move toward the dance floor with dozens of other people in their workout clothes. Evan Harrison, a...

    Versatile Sam Amidon Talks About Recording All-Terrain Folk

    Versatile Sam Amidon Talks About Recording All-Terrain Folk
    The conditions surrounding "Lily-O," the versatile musician Sam Amidon's second album of re-worked folk songs for Nonesuch Records (following 2013's "Bright Sunny South") and his fifth full-length album overall, were mostly familiar ones. Amidon's...

    My Fuzzy Friend: Our mountain feist talks back to the TV

    My Fuzzy Friend: Our mountain feist talks back to the TV
    •Name: Crystal and Josh Kemmerer •Ages: 30 •Hometown: Slatington •Type of pet: Dog •Your pet's name: Utley •Age: 4 •Breed: Mountain feist •Male or female: Male •Why he's your friend: He is my...

    S.F. College evaluators proposed probation, not more severe sanctions

    S.F. College evaluators proposed probation, not more severe sanctions
    The private panel that moved last year to revoke the accreditation of City College of San Francisco has admitted in a court filing that all 15 members of its evaluation team recommended a less punitive sanction. In the document, filed earlier this month...