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  • Keeping kids safe on the playground

    Keeping kids safe on the playground
    Spring brings trips to parks and playgrounds; and slips, falls, bruises and burns that can land children in the emergency room. But doctors say there are steps parents can take to keep their children injury-free, and many involve common sense. "Don't...
  • Testing could save athletes young and old

    Testing could save athletes young and old
    It's the time of year when school sports start gearing up for fall with two-a-day football practices, afternoon soccer scrimmages and long cross-country runs. Unfortunately, it's also the time of year when we start hearing about young athletes—...
  • Diet Proposals Often Refuted, Ignored

    Diet Proposals Often Refuted, Ignored
    Every five years the American public gets a newly tweaked directive on what we're supposed to be eating. And every five years the American public largely ignores it. For example, the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend we eat 2 1/2 cups of...
  • Rock Stars Die in Plane Crash, Feb. 3, 1959

     
    [Note: Here's a repost of an item from two years ago... lrh] Ritchie Valens' Roots Los Angeles Times, July 19, 1987 Los Angeles Times file photo Ritchie Valens, 1941 - 1959 By GREGG BARRIOS WATSONVILLE, Calif. -- "I still remember......
  • 2011 Festival of Books artwork to feature Madeline

     
    Madeline will be featured as the artwork for the 2011 Festival of Books....
  • Gurnee approves ‘play cafe’ for kids and parents; set to open in spring

     
    Gurnee officials have approved a “play café” that aims to serve kids and adults. Scott Meno, proprietor of the proposed Stay2Play play café, said he …...
  • Group rallies to get flavored milk out of school cafeterias

     
    About 50 parents and activists brought valentines for the people who run the L.A. school food program: Gallon milk jugs filled with sugar and decorated with hearts, tokens they hoped would help get strawberry-flavored and chocolate milk out of cafeterias....
  • Allentown natives come up short at Grammys, but Pink wins

     
    Two Allentown-born jazz musicians who were vying to become the first Lehigh Valley-born winner of a Grammy Award again watched others claim music’s biggest honors Sunday at the 53rd annual awards ceremony. A spoken worde album with local ties also.....
  • Heart Gallery of adoptable kids comes to Northland Feb. 18

     
    The Heart Gallery of Metro Orlando will be atLongwood's Northland, A Church Distributed, from Feb. 18-25,displaying photographs of children in foster care awaiting adoption. More than a photo exhibit, this is an invitation to see the children who need...
  • Stepdad charged with abuse after toddler suffers severe head injury

     
    A 33-year-old Joliet man whose 2-year-old stepdaughter sustained serious brain injuries while in his care remained in the Will County Adult Detention Facility this today …...
  • Pau Gasol and Steve Blake help out at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

     
    Here's at least one consolation for Pau Gasol's drop in play in December and Steve Blake's season-wide shooting inconsistency. At least it's not going to affect their role in helping out with Hoops for St. Jude, an initiative that contributes funding to...