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  • An evening of coffee and conversation

    An evening of coffee and conversation
    As a young boy, Todd Jensen attended Roosevelt Elementary and delivered the Burbank Daily Review. As he got older, and the paper he delivered transitioned into the Burbank Leader, he was given his first job in journalism by editor Joyce Rudolph. And, as a...
  • Charity takes 93 kids to Clippers game

    Eleven-year old Jacob Desormeaux’s first trip to the Staples Center for a Los Angeles Clippers game last week was unlike anything most people get to experience at a basketball game. Jacob and 92 of his closest friends attended the Clippers and...
  • Number of flu cases increase in South Bend area

    Number of flu cases increase in South Bend area
    Because increasing numbers of seasonal influenza have been reported throughout the area over the past three weeks, St. Joseph County health officer Dr. Thomas A. Felger is encouraging residents to protect themselves against the influenza virus....
  • Surgery simulators give residents a hand in building skills

    Surgery simulators give residents a hand in building skills
    Most patients facing an operation would of course prefer an experienced surgeon over one just learning the procedure. But how, then, does a surgical student get the thousands of hours of practice necessary to gain confidence and expertise without putting...
  • Former USC Running Back Sues School

    Former USC Running Back Sues School
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Former Southern California running back Stafon Johnson sued the university and an assistant conditioning coach on Monday for negligence in the weight-room accident that crushed his throat in 2009.       The lawsuit filed in Los...
  • Everyone's a Doctor Now

    Everyone's a Doctor Now
    Need a doctor?  In the past 24 hours, it seems we have an abundance of them.  In regards to Steve Jobs’ announcement that he’s taking a medical leave of absence, it’s amazing how many people are willing to step out on a limb and guess...
  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast March 12, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Aaron Eckhart was born in Cupertino, Calif., on this date in 1968. This birthday guy is probably best known as Harvey Dent/Two-Face in "The Dark Knight" and he's had acclaimed roles in the movies "Thank You for Smoking" and "Erin...
  • What is Qigong?

    What is Qigong?
    Qigong to your health. Sometimes called Chinese yoga, Qigong ("chee gong") is a mind-body practice that melds slow, graceful movements, mental focus and deep abdominal breathing to boost and balance a person's vital energy, or qi. Devotees believe...
  • Experts Say Japanese Radiation Not Problem For Washington

    Experts Say Japanese Radiation Not  Problem For Washington
     US customs is tracking cargo from Japan, something they do all the time and it's normal to find some radiation at international ports and airports.  Officials won't say how much, if any, they've found at Sea-Tac but do say no harmful levels of...
  • Can knuckle cracking lead to arthritis?

    Can knuckle cracking lead to arthritis?
    Part of an ongoing series looking at the reality behind health claims. Claim: Over the years, renowned authorities--mothers, aunts and a mother-in-law--warned Dr. Donald Unger that knuckle cracking leads to arthritis of the fingers. Reality: For 50...
  • Local kids find a new way to fight

    Local kids find a new way to fight
    A group of local kids are taking the fight with cancer to a whole new level. With the help of a local kickboxing studio kids from Camp Quality Kansas got to knuckle up with some hands on, in-ring training. "Camp quality is all about letting kids with...