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  • Sleep-friendly routines may help child fall asleep more easily

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My 12-year-old daughter goes to bed each night around 10 p.m., but usually can't fall asleep until 1 or 2 in the morning. Is this normal for a "tween," or should I talk to her doctor? What are some things that could cause insomnia in...
  • Losing touch when we touch the keys

    Years ago, when email first became the rage, I went to my mother and encouraged her to use it. It would cut down on phone bills, I pointed out. "No," she said. But, Mom, it's not hard. "No." I sighed. Why not? "Because I want to hear your voice. I...
  • Contracts, packages and fees — what to consider when choosing a cell phone and plan

    Contracts, packages and fees — what to consider when choosing a cell phone and plan
    More people are ditching their home phones and relying on their cell phones only. So, how do you know what kind of phone and plan you need? One of the best ways to get acquainted with the wide variety of phones is to go to the websites of phone plan...
  • A field guide to hecklers

    A field guide to hecklers
    Let's talk about heckling. Who isn't talking about heckling? ("Shut up! I'm talking about heckling, you idiot. If we wanted you to talk about heckling, we'd give you a crayon and a sheet of graph paper!") Anyway, as I was saying, every few months it...
  • The Land of ooohs for back to school fashion

    The Land of ooohs for back to school fashion
    Baby hipsters and BFFs Kaylee Vega and Madi Spadaro, both 13 and from Redondo Beach, are navigating the South Bay Galleria in Torrance with shark-like aggression. They've been saving pocket money all summer, and now, just weeks before school starts at the...
  • Stanford City Council adopts budget for new fiscal year

    Stanford City Council adopts budget for new fiscal year
    STANFORD — City Council members adopted a $2.21 million budget for the coming fiscal year this week, but the vote was not unanimous. Freshmen council members Amy Hazlett and Tom Moser both cast "no" votes against adopting the budget, while council...
  • Food photography 101: Framing food with your phone

    Food photography 101: Framing food with your phone
    This is part of a series of posts on food photography, sharing some of the tips and tricks we use here at The Times. We received a number of great questions from readers, which we will answer in upcoming posts. Here, photographer Robert Lachman tackles...
  • Ravens linebacker Albert McClellan's domestic violence case dropped

    Ravens linebacker Albert McClellan's domestic violence case dropped
    Ravens outside linebacker Albert McClellan is no longer facing an accusation of domestic violence. Arrested on June 30 in his hometown of Lakeland, Fla., McClellan's first-degree misdemeanor battery case and a second-degree misdemeanor simple assault...
  • Tornado survivor huddled with dogs as house started moving

    MOORE, Okla. — When Josephine Owings heard the shriek of tornado sirens Monday afternoon, she scooped up her "babies" — her tiny lap dogs, Emma and Harley — and took shelter in her bathroom. Her cell phone rang. It was her daughter-in-...
  • Phones, tablets, laptops banned in Cook Co. criminal courts

    Phones, tablets, laptops banned in Cook Co. criminal courts
    Citing an increasing concern that gang members are using handheld electronic devices to influence courtroom proceedings, the top judge in Cook County announced today the general public will be barred from bringing cell phones, tablet computers and other...
  • Bail set at $300K for Glenview teen in stabbing

    Bail set at $300K for Glenview teen in stabbing
    A Glenview teenager was given a $300,000 bail in Cook County Bond Court Saturday on attempted first-degree murder and aggravated battery charges after he allegedly stabbed a 17-year-old boy in a scuffle Thursday night in Winnetka. According to...