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  • Mexico the new dental destination

    Mexico the new dental destination
    The sales pitches start just a few steps after you cross the border into Mexico. They come in the same half-whispers familiar to tourists who have been offered time-shares and T-shirts. "Excuse me, sir," a Mexican man politely asks in accented English....
  • Public defender accuses prosecutors of backing out of Dunbar Village deal

    One of four young men charged in the gang rape of a mother and her 12-year-old son in a West Palm Beach public housing complex is accusing the state of backing out of a plea deal. Tommy Lee Poindexter, 20, confessed his involvement in the Dunbar...
  • Zurich's spring greeting

    Zurich's spring greeting
    We knew something was afoot in Zurich when our lazy walk through the streets of the old city turned into a full-fledged history lesson. My husband, 8-month-old daughter and I had flown into the city just a couple of hours before, and as we wandered along...
  • Drug cartels keep Catholic officials in fear

    In the tense state of Durango, Roman Catholic Archbishop Hector Gonzalez announced over the weekend that the fugitive drug trafficker who tops Mexico's most wanted list was living nearby. And everyone knows it, he added. Except, it would seem, the...
  • Cosmos Food Co., fermenting revolution with its kimchi

    Cosmos Food Co., fermenting revolution with its kimchi
    David Kim insists it tastes like his mom's. He says despite machines that rumble as they chop and wash and mix and label, his factory-produced kimchi can compete with what appeared on the table after his mother spent hours laboring over wilted cabbage and...
  • Mexico moves quietly to decriminalize minor drug use

    Could Mexican cities become Latin Amsterdams, flooded by drug users seeking penalty-free tokes and toots? That is the fear, if somewhat overstated, of some Mexican officials, especially in northern border states that serve as a mecca for underage...
  • Ruling imminent on Constellation lawsuit

    A judge could decide as early as today whether to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Constellation Energy Group that challenges the authority of energy regulators to investigate its deal to sell half its nuclear power assets to a French utility. The legal battle...
  • Need work? For this job, you're paid to play sick to help train med students

    Need work? For this job, you're paid to play sick to help train med students
    HELP WANTED: Folks of all ages and walks of life to play the role of sick patients. You will be helping future doctors hone their skills. Be punctual, flexible, comfortable in your own skin and have a healthy sense of humor. No experience necessary. A...
  • Nursing board seeks to triple enforcement staff

    Managers of the California Board of Registered Nursing are seeking permission to more than triple the size of their enforcement staff and immediately boost licensing fees to speed discipline against errant nurses who may pose a danger to patients....
  • Helpful hands in Hampton

    These organizations and clubs provide information and support for a variety of health and social issues. Access Aids Care Center for Education and Support Services, Hampton, 722-5511; Norfolk, 640-0929, accessaids.org (formerly full circle CANDII) Adult...
  • Ratepayers Help Buy Fairfield County Generators

    The granting of nearly $11 million in utility customers' money to a group of Fairfield County towns and groups to help them build their own power generators has come under fire as spending on the rich that won't help the state as a whole. The program &#...