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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Judge OKs 65-year deal over NFL concussions; could cost $1B

    A federal judge has approved a settlement agreement that is expected to cost the NFL $1 billion over 65 years to resolve thousands of concussion lawsuits. NFL actuaries project about 6,000 of the league's nearly 20,000 retired players could someday...
  • NFL concussion settlement receives federal judge's final OK

     NFL concussion settlement receives federal judge's final OK
    The long-running litigation between the NFL and its retired players concluded Wednesday with a federal judge's final approval of a settlement that the league said would provide "prompt and substantial benefits" to many of those suffering from concussion-...
  • Crime-writer Ann Rule's 2 sons charged with bilking her of $100,000

    SEATTLE The two adult sons of true-crime writer Ann Rule were charged last week with theft for allegedly bilking their ailing mother out of more than $100,000, though investigators are still digging into years of financial records to determine her total...
  • Former Iowa lawmaker found not guilty of spousal sex abuse

    An Iowa jury on Wednesday found a longtime state lawmaker not guilty of sexually abusing his wife who suffered from dementia, an unusual case that centered on when a person is no longer mentally capable of consenting to sex. After about 13 hours of...
  • Alden Nickerson, longtime Wheaton educator, dies at 84

    Alden Nickerson taught history and English for 20 years at Edison Junior High School in Wheaton, taking a primary role in establishing the school's model U.S. Congress program for eighth-graders. Just as important for Mr. Nickerson, however, were the...
  • U.S. Judge Approves NFL Concussion Settlement

    PHILADELPHIA — A federal judge has approved a settlement agreement that is expected to cost the NFL $1 billion over 65 years to resolve thousands of concussion lawsuits. NFL actuaries project that about 6,000 of the league's nearly 20,000 retired...
  • H.B. barber offers price cut to encourage testicular exams

    H.B. barber offers price cut to encourage testicular exams
    It seems like every weekend there's a charity event raising awareness of issues such as Alzheimer's disease, autism and various types of cancer. However, a Huntington Beach barber thinks more should be done about testicular cancer. "Guys are too manly...
  • City, public provide feedback on proposed 72-unit senior community

    City, public provide feedback on proposed 72-unit senior community
    If Santa Rosa-based developer Oakmont Senior Living wants its plans for a 72-unit assisted living facility to take root in La Caņada, its going to have to think outside the box, residents and city staff agreed Thursday. Comments on the project —...
  • THE LIST: Easton's 20-plus club

    THE LIST: Easton's 20-plus club
    The following are the businesses Easton honored for 20 or more years of doing business in Easton. #1 Chinese Restaurant Animal World Border's Garage Castle Air Cond. & Heating CJ Grocery Craft Rug Mills C-Town Supermarkets Easton Taxi...
  • NFL avoids 'extraordinary' threat with concussion settlement, critics say

    PHILADELPHIA — A federal judge has approved a plan to resolve thousands of NFL concussion lawsuits that could cost the league $1 billion over 65 years. The NFL expects 6,000 of nearly 20,000 retired players to suffer from Alzheimer's disease or...
  • Tracey Leigh HolzerFebruary 2, 1963 - April 6, 2015

      Tracey was born and raised in Glendale and attended Avon-Oakgrove School in La Canada.  She spent most of her adult life living in Hamilton House group home in Glendale and worked at the Campbell Center Workshop.   Tracey loved to dance, bowl and...