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  • Barnes, Devine lead campaign fundraising

    The two candidates with the most campaign cash so far in the Glendale City Council race have accumulated less than contenders from the previous race despite lending themselves tens of thousands of dollars. Realtor Rick Barnes raised $43,910 between...
  • GCC hopes for boost in summer enrollment

    Glendale Community College hopes to increase the number of summer students this year to make up for a shortfall in spring enrollment figures. College officials reported last week they estimate they served about 600 fewer students than hoped. Mary...
  • 'Basketball Wives' star arrested on DUI charge in Glendale

     'Basketball Wives' star arrested on DUI charge in Glendale
    Sundy Carter, a co-star on VH1's "Basketball Wives: LA," was arrested Monday on suspicion of drunk driving, police said. At 1 a.m., she was spotted by police allegedly crossing over a double yellow line and traveling westbound in the eastbound traffic...
  • Hartford Area 12th In Fitness Index

    Greater Hartford ranked 12th out of metropolitan areas in the U.S. for overall health and fitness in the seventh annual American Fitness Index released Wednesday. Washington, D.C., topped the list, followed by the Minneapolis-St. Paul region; Portland,...
  • Report: Average Car on U.S. Roads Still 11.4 Years Old

     
    A new report by IHS Automotive says the average car on U.S. roads is 11.4 years old, which is the same as last year. The data reflects a plateau ??? if temporary ??? of America's aging vehicle fleet. Last year's......
  • Reset after recession

    Reset after recession
    For Victor and Shannon Macias, the good old days were as recent as 2012, when the couple could afford to take their two daughters to Disneyland or out to dinner without worrying about the bill. But after both were laid off from their jobs, family...
  • In a switch, more moms opt to stay home with kids

    In a switch, more moms opt to stay home with kids
    Megan Mocik never envisioned herself as a stay-at-home mother. After having twins four years ago, the former marketing manager for New York-based International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. was determined to press on with a career, even one that came with...
  • Chicago ranked 18 out of 50 major cities in bike-friendliness by NerdWallet

    Chicago ranked 18 out of 50 major cities in bike-friendliness by NerdWallet
    Chicago has a long way to go to become one of America's most bike-friendly cities, according to a new analysis of cycling data by the financial website NerdWallet. The site ranked Chicago 18 out of 20 cities, behind Portland, Ore., which topped the...
  • Absurd charts make an important point

     
    What's going on here? A recently published chart (above) shows that from 2000 to 2001, the average daily precipitation in Illinois rose slightly, as did per capita consumption of American cheese in the United States. Both rates fell from 2002......
  • How to avoid distractions when working from home

    How to avoid distractions when working from home
    Telecommuting has made great strides over the last decade. U.S. Census Bureau statistics have identified key telecommuting trends, noting that 45 percent of the American workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least part-time work from home....
  • Donald Bogue, University of Chicago sociologist, 1918-2014

     Donald Bogue, University of Chicago sociologist, 1918-2014
    Donald Bogue, a longtime sociology professor at the University of Chicago and a widely regarded demographer, studied the movement and habits of people on distant continents as well as closer to home. Mr. Bogue, 96, died of natural causes Monday, April...