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  • The Crowd: American Diabetes Assn. honors great O.C. dads

    The Crowd: American Diabetes Assn. honors great O.C. dads
    It was a week to recognize and celebrate the contributions of dads on the Orange Coast. Father's Day2012 was the theme for the American Diabetes Assn.'s annual "Father of the Year" dinner held at the Grove of Anaheim. A shoulder-to-shoulder crowd of...
  • City names Firefighter of the Year

    City names Firefighter of the Year
    Twelve-year firefighter Grant Stephens, recently named Firefighter of the Year, said he just likes helping people. “That may sound cliché, but it’s truly what we do,” said Stephens, 40. “It’s been a great short time,”...
  • Habit Burger gears up for Aliso Viejo opening

    The Habit Burger Grill is holding "pre-opening" events at its new Aliso Viejo location Sunday and Monday, with proceeds benefiting three charities: Savannah's Organic Ranch, the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. and Share Our Strength. From noon to 2 p.m. Sunday,...
  • Coping with second day of no electricity frustrates many

    Coping with second day of no electricity frustrates many
    Pat Johnston, like many Baltimore residents, was fuming Sunday as she faced another day without electricity. Describing her frustration level, she said, "On a scale out of 10, I'm at 11.2.  "You can't get through to find out [when power is likely to...
  • Eastgate Pharmacy Building Reopens After 2010 Fed Shutdown

    Eastgate Pharmacy Building Reopens After 2010 Fed Shutdown
    It's been more than a year since federal agents raided the Kentwood Pharmacy locations, including the store in the Eastgate neighborhood in Grand Rapids. The neighborhood hasn't been the same since the landmark store with the red awning closed its doors...
  • Angry parents of sick children confront state officials

    Angry parents of sick children confront state officials
    Parents and disability advocates called on Illinois officials today to delay changes to a state program that funds in-home nursing care for more than 1,000 medically fragile and technology-dependent children. Angry – sometimes tearful –...
  • The Crowd: Newport CEO honored for military reserve service

     The Crowd: Newport CEO honored for military reserve service
    Newport Beach resident Mike Talbot, Universal Space Lines LLC president and chief executive, as a California State Military Reserve major received the California Medal of Merit presented by Col. Marc Breslow, Regional Support Command South commander....
  • 'Celebrity Apprentice' gets fired up for another season

    Even by Manhattan standards, the sandwiches are outrageously expensive -- $500 for a turkey club. At least proceeds from the Celebrity Club International, created by Real Housewife of New Jersey Teresa Giudice and author/Mafia daughter Victoria Gotti --...
  • ACLU Attorney Confident After Federal Hearing On Begging

    ACLU Attorney Confident After Federal Hearing On Begging
    ACLU Attorney Miriam Aukerman said she feels pretty good about comments made by a U.S. District Court judge after a federal hearing Thursday about the constitutionality of the state’s panhandling ban. “The judge had obviously thought about...
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association¿s Shamrocks Against Dystrophy campaign

    Muscular Dystrophy Association¿s Shamrocks Against Dystrophy campaign
    When one thinks of the month of March they of the color green, shamrocks and the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Annual Shamrock's Against Dystrophy campaign. PHL17's Zachery Lashway recaps ACME's 2012 campaign.
  • York County boy participates in national drug trial for muscular disease

    YORK — Caden Bowers is all boy. The 7-year-old runs, he rides his bike, he swims, he plays baseball and basketball. "He has no limitations at all," said his mother, Beth Bowers, of York County. But his mother worries one day all that will change....