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  • Richard Dean Wineland MD June 14, 1931 - June 22, 2014

    Richard Dean Wineland MD <br/> June 14, 1931 - June 22, 2014
    RICHARD DEAN WINELAND MD passed away peacefully at home with his wife by his side June 22nd. Most knew him best as “Doc”. A long term resident of the Burbank area, Doc was born June 14, 1931 to Dr. Albert J and Margaret E. Wineland of Los Angeles, Doc earned his medical degree in 1962 and interned at Burbank Community Hospital, completed his residency in 1965 and was head of the OB/ GYN department until closing and maintained staff privileges at St. Joseph Providence Medical Center of Burbank until retiring in 2005.
  • Share your thoughts: Remembering Michael Jackson one year later

     
    One year ago Friday the death of Michael Jackson sent the media into a frenzy. Fans worldwide mourned for days and his family demanded answers. Jackson’s death came while the pop icon was putting the finishing touches on his comeback...

    Michael Jackson's death: Police to monitor fan activity on one-year anniversary

     
    Law enforcement officials have an “event action plan” in place to keep order and ensure peace and safety as fans mark the first anniversary of pop legend Michael Jackson's death on Friday, police said. Increased security will be deployed at...

    Whitney Houston's funeral cost Newark $187,000 for police

     
    Whitney Houston's funeral reportedly cost the singer's hometown $187,000 in police overtime, and some residents of Newark, N.J., are not pleased.

    Rodney King 'showed the nation a better way,' Rev. Al Sharpton says

     
    Rodney King “turned his scars into stars and showed the nation a better way,” the Rev. Al Sharpton said Saturday during memorial services in Los Angeles for King.