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Ebola unstoppable in Sierra Leone, killing hundreds of people

Ebola unstoppable in Sierra Leone, killing hundreds of people

Hindo explains hand-washing stations to villagers in Sierra Leone – Courtesy photos Education from locals for locals against Ebola prevents deadly disease from spreading By Jennifer Schlueter For…

Court of Appeals blocks release of redacted OIR Group Report on McDade shooting

The California Court of Appeal issued a Thanksgiving eve stay blocking Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant’s November 13 judgment ordering the release, over the objection…

Protestors rally against Ferguson verdict in Los Angeles, block freeways

By Jennifer Schlueter With great suspense, spectators all over the nation awaited the verdict of the grand jury in Ferguson last Monday whether to prosecute police officer Darren…

Increasing the use of body worn cameras, and improving community policing top of Obama’s Priority list

Increasing the use of body worn cameras, and improving community policing top of Obama’s Priority list

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with elected officials, community and faith…

ACLU Launches Statewide Campaign to Curb Secret Surveillance in California

By Sandra Hernandez Processes must be followed to ensure public debate, oversight and accountability before…

State Schools Chief Supports Obama’s Immigration Reform Plan

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson earlier this week issued the following statement in…

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Brown Administration Calls for Extension of Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

Secretary of Health and Human Services Dooley Urges Congress to Act Now to Protect CHIP Children’s health advocates in California are praising the Brown Administration for joining the…

100 Accomplished LA Girl Scouts Selected as Emerging Leaders for Prestigious ToGetHerThere Luncheon, Dec. 10

Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles (GSGLA) will welcome more than 800 of the most accomplished and influential women in Los Angeles to its second ToGetHerThere Luncheon, which…

County Supports Legislation to Allow Terminally Ill Patients Access to Experimental Drugs and Treatment

Support for state legislation to allow terminally ill patients to use experimental drugs or treatments not yet fully approved for consumer use by the U.S. Food and Drug…

Board of Pharmacy Recommends Eliminating Cigarette and Tobacco Sales in Pharmacies

Board of Pharmacy Recommends Eliminating Cigarette and Tobacco Sales in Pharmacies

-Courtesy photo The California Board of Pharmacy recommends that pharmacies and stores that contain pharmacies no longer sell cigarettes and tobacco…

Board of Pharmacy Recommends Eliminating Cigarette and Tobacco Sales in Pharmacies

-Courtesy photo The California Board of Pharmacy recommends that pharmacies and stores that contain pharmacies no longer sell cigarettes and tobacco products. At their October 29, 2014…

Jane Lynch, Brett Hundley Will Walk To End Epilepsy Sunday, November 16 At Rose Bowl

The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles, leading the fight to End Epilepsy, will host its annual Walk to End Epilepsy non-competitive 5k Walk/Run and 1-Mile Stroll.…

Gatto Memorial Highway dedicated to Assemblyman’s father

Part of the San Bernardino (10) Freeway in East Los Angeles was dedicated in memory of Joseph Gatto Wednesday. The occasion marked the one-year anniversary of the…

Metro to Expand Business Opportunities for Disabled Veterans Through Innovative New Program

On Tuesday, Nov. 18, Metro is launching the Disabled Veteran’s Business Enterprise (DVBE) Program, a new program aimed at expanding contracting opportunities for businesses owned by disabled…

Dangerous Condition of California’s Local Streets and Roads Puts California Drivers at Risk, Poses Threat to Vehicle Safety

New Study Reveals that Close to $7.3 Billion Needed Annually to Make Streets and Roads Fully Safe The biennial California Statewide Local Streets and Roads Needs Assessment…

Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery, Update Your Disaster Supplies!

The Pasadena Fire Department reminds you to change all of your Smoke Alarm batteries when you change your clocks back this Sunday, November 2. -Change Your Smoke…

Confusion mounts regarding Judy Chu’s NRA proposal

Monrovia reaction mixed By Terry Miller What actually happened on 10-10-14 when President Obama took the stage with Judy Chu to declare parts of San Gabriel Mountains…

200 students and teachers evacuated after students release Pepper Spray at Canyon Oaks High

By Terry Miller Monrovia Firefighters evacuated buildings at Canyon High School as a precaution after some initially unknown substance caused students’ eyes to water in a chemistry…

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