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  • LaPorte County jail death termed 'accidental'

    LaPorte County jail death termed 'accidental'
    New details in the weekend death of a LaPorte County Jail inmate were released late Monday night by Sheriff Michael Mollenhauer. Dead is Roy E. Young, 37, of Michigan City. He was pronounced dead at 7:42 a.m. Saturday at Indiana University Health...
  • Ohio woman upset with Army over son's diet death

    VERMILION, Ohio (AP) — A man who lost 63 pounds in less than four months to join the Army has died, in part, of diet-related causes. The mother of 20-year-old Glenni "Glenn" Wilsey V, of Vermilion in northeast Ohio, says her son told her he was...
  • Coffee studies should warm your heart

    Coffee studies should warm your heart
    Looking for a reason to not give up your coffee habit? Here's one possibility: heart health. Numerous studies in recent years have reported that drinking coffee may be good for the cardiovascular system and might even help prevent strokes. Just last...
  • Welcome, neighbor

    Welcome, neighbor
    NEWPORT COAST — Kelly Perkins might be new to Laguna Beach, but she could look familiar to anyone who has turned on the television or flipped open a newspaper in the last decade. She gained international recognition in the mid-1990s as the first...
  • The Crowd: Chapman event nets $2.1M for scholarships

    The Crowd: Chapman event nets $2.1M for scholarships
    It is arguably the most amazing social event on the fall calendar in Orange County. For the 29th year, Chapman University presented "American Celebration," which attracted a black-tie crowd of some 750 of the region's most philanthropic citizens. They...
  • A Sister's Words To A Killer

    The words started coming the day after her sister, Jennifer Hawke-Petit, and nieces Hayley and Michaela were brutally killed in the 2007 Cheshire home invasion. They'd awaken Cynthia Hawke-Renn in the middle of the night. When she went to her family's...
  • Running for Uncle Jay

    Running for Uncle Jay
    There will be many people competing in Sunday's OC Marathon, hundreds from the running community coming together to take part in the marathon, half-marathon and 5K race. Within all the groups and individuals, there will be a family that has united to...
  • FDA Warns Against 'Fruta Planta' Weight Loss Drug

    FDA Warns Against 'Fruta Planta' Weight Loss Drug
    The FDA is warning consumers about a weight loss drug that could be deadly. Fruta Planta has been linked to several heart attacks and at least one death, according to officials. The maker of the product, Kissimmee-based PRock Marketing, is recalling all...
  • Mailbag: Volunteers helped save shelter animals

    Our Laguna Beach Animal Shelter was decimated in the recent rains. We lost nearly everything from electronics to paper clips. And, once again, people have been there to help us. I want to thank as many as I can. The Animal Control officers came in on...
  • Math vs. arithmetic

    Math vs. arithmetic
    Barbie caught a lot of flack back in the '90s for declaring, "Math class is tough!" Today we find ourselves in the disorienting position of defending her. We recently got a note from an anonymous "math lover" who insists the words "math" and "arithmetic"...
  • David Teel: Feb. 2, 2009: Tomlin guides Pittsburgh to 6th Super Bowl title

    Mike Tomlin coached timid early, and his Pittsburgh Steelers melted down late. But on a Sunday evening for the football ages, Pittsburgh defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27-23 to claim a record sixth Super Bowl victory and elevate Tomlin to the coaching...
  • Statins before surgery can lower heart-attack risk

    Statins before surgery can lower heart-attack risk
    Here's a headline-making medical breakthrough from the University of Florida. Cardiologists at the University's medical college have found that giving patients cholesterol-lowering statins before surgery and other invasive procedures can cut their risk...