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Seniors Can Do More to Stay Safe and Keep Driving

Nearly 90 percent of senior drivers — who are more than twice as likely to be killed when involved in a crash — do not make, small, inexpensive changes to their... Read more »

One Out of Six Millennial Caregivers Looks After Someone with Dementia

One out of six millennial caregivers looks after someone with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, and the number is expected to grow, according to... Read more »

Ex Chicana Service Action CEO Sentenced to Prison in Embezzlement Case

A former top executive of a nonprofit group that provides counseling, job-placement and other services was sentenced Wednesday to six years in state prison and ordered... Read more »

Whistleblower: Monterey Park-Based Medicaid Managed-Care Firm Improperly Denied Care To Thousands

In early October, an executive at one of the nation’s largest physician-practice management firms handed her bosses the equivalent of a live grenade — a 20-page... Read more »

Metro to Score Contractors’ Hiring of Women

New actions approved by the Metro Board of Directors will help improve the agency’s efforts to encourage contractors to hire more women to work on its construction... Read more »

Cirque du Soleil Se Enamora de México con ‘Luzia’

La cultura, la historia y las tradiciones de México sientan la base artística de “Luzia”, un espectáculo de la prestigiosa y mundialmente conocida compañía... Read more »

Southland Air Quality Unhealthy: Stay Indoors, Limit Activity

Smoke from four wildfires raging across Southern California has resulted in unhealthy air quality across the San Fernando Valley, along with coastal areas and surrounding... Read more »

Superheroes No Match for ‘Coco’

Disney-Pixar’s “Coco” maintained its dominance at theaters last weekend, continuing to best a collection of superheroes, according to final figures released... Read more »

Sheriff’s Sergeant Pleads No Contest to Battery Charge

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s sergeant pleaded no contest Tuesday to misdemeanor battery and false imprisonment charges involving a female deputy. Michael Spina,... Read more »

Gov. Brown Declares State of Emergency In SoCal Wildfires

Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles County due to the wildfires burning in the area. The declaration comes amid Santa Ana wind conditions... Read more »

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