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Alcohol Addiction (INACTIVE)

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  • Ex-weatherman guilty of two teen sex crimes

    Ex-weatherman guilty of two teen sex crimes
    Former TV weatherman Rob Lopicola's hope for a full acquittal faded Thursday when a Palm Beach County jury convicted him on two out of three sex charges involving a former Boca Raton teenager. The six jurors returned a split verdict, acquitting Lopicola...
  • Kids do end run around dad's wife

    Kids do end run around dad's wife
    Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for 14 years. He is 80. He developed some form of dementia about four years after we married, and I am his caregiver. He is very high-functioning, enjoys life, reads and has hobbies, though he has started to...
  • Compton school board member arrested on suspicion of DUI

    A Compton school board member was arrested this week on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, according to law enforcement documents. Skyy D. Fisher, 30, was arrested shortly after midnight Tuesday and posted $5,000 bail at 8:55 a.m.,...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Life Itself'

    A life spent at the movies gets the cinematic epitaph it richly deserves in "Life Itself," documentarian Steve James' meticulous and intensely emotional portrait of the late Roger Ebert. Given unfettered access to Ebert during what turned out to be the...
  • Nonprofit helps homeless re-enter workforce

     Nonprofit helps homeless re-enter workforce
    Anna Wilson always considered her career in construction as simply a way to pay the bills. She never thought a job could be the path toward personal fulfillment. But when she lost her job and her home, she unexpectedly discovered she could make a living...
  • Dennis Rodman enters alcohol rehab clinic, according to agent

    Dennis Rodman enters alcohol rehab clinic, according to agent
    Dennis Rodman has checked into an undisclosed alcohol rehabilitation center to treat his long-time struggle with alcoholism, his agent says. Darren Prince declined on Saturday to say which facility will treat Rodman and how long he will be there....
  • Group would look into solutions to rehab home concerns

    Costa Mesa is forming a special task force with the goal of examining the negative effects of sober-living homes on city neighborhoods. The group of 10 to 12 members, dubbed the Preserve Our Neighborhoods Task Force, would hold public meetings on the...
  • Council to look at comment policy

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday is scheduled to discuss a hookah lounge moratorium, a proposed Westside condominium project, a cost-recovery ordinance and enforcement against problematic rehabilitation homes. Officials also will revisit an...
  • Judge accused of DUI isn't only jurist to draw the spotlight in recent S. Fla. memory

    Judge accused of DUI isn't only jurist to draw the spotlight in recent S. Fla. memory
    Just a few years ago, South Florida judges were appearing regularly in the news for varying degrees of insensitivity and scandal. Then, the halls of justice grew relatively quiet — until Tuesday night when a Broward judge was arrested in Boca...
  • Task force focuses on small alcohol bottles, over-serving

    The Huntington Beach Downtown Task Force is shifting its attention to the influence of sales of small bottles of alcohol on the problems in the area. The committee Thursday asked City Atty. Jennifer McGrath to see if banning sales of the 1-ounce bottles...
  • Man gets 40 months for hate crime against Sikh cabdriver

    Man gets 40 months for hate crime against Sikh cabdriver
    A Washington man who attacked a Sikh cabdriver, beating him until he suffered kidney failure, will go to prison for more than three years for committing a federal hate crime. On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge John C. Coughenour in Seattle sentenced...
  • Homelessness a growing concern in the suburbs

    Homelessness a growing concern in the suburbs
    Linda Valez's family begged her to come live with them. But the mother of seven repeatedly refused, cheerfully offering relatives a tour of her "home" underneath a stairwell in a Wheaton parking garage. A pile of blankets and a pillow served as her...