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  • Old-school glam brightens June gloom

    Old-school glam brightens June gloom
    Last Monday morning the veil of "June gloom" had been lifted and I awoke to bright sunshine, which was a delightful surprise. I'm really not complaining about our foggy days because I do like it to stay as cool as possible before the heat of summer...
  • 1 Killed, 1 Critical in Northridge Crash

    1 Killed, 1 Critical in Northridge Crash
    NORTHRIDGE -- One person has been killed and another critically injured in a two-vehicle crash in Northridge. The crash was reported around 8:30 a.m. in the 10300 block of Reseda Blvd. One person was killed inside a black sedan that was mangled and...
  • Guarding Your Health While Job Hunting

    Guarding Your Health While Job Hunting
    It's been nearly a year since Kevin Brett lost his job as a public-relations executive, the longest stretch of unemployment he's ever faced. The only other major break in his 32-year career was a five-month jobless stint in 1993, but he describes this...
  • Mason Eng

    Mason Eng
    Mason Eng is an award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is the Producer and Director of Catharsis, the story of a Holocaust survivor remembering those who perished through his art. Mason was born in 1981 and has been a life long resident of Santa...
  • OC Fire Search and Rescue Team's Trip to Haiti Delayed

    OC Fire Search and Rescue Team's Trip to Haiti Delayed
    PACOIMA, Calif. -- The second of two Southland urban search-and-rescue teams deployed to quake-ravaged Haiti is expected to begin its journey Friday. Orange County fire authority is sending as many as 80 firefighters from their Urban Search and Rescue...
  • Man Suffering from Dementia Missing in Northridge

    Man Suffering from Dementia Missing in Northridge
    NORTHRIDGE-- Police and family members are searching for a mentally ill man after he disappeared Friday evening. David Rimmer, 66, disappeared around 6:00 p.m. In the area of Nordhoff Street and Tampa Avenue in Northridge. Since that time, family members...
  • CSUN Professor, 6 Students Arrested at Rally Against Education Cuts

    CSUN Professor, 6 Students Arrested at Rally Against Education Cuts
    LOS ANGELES -- A professor and six students from Cal State University Northridge were arrested Thursday evening after a confrontation with police during a protest against education cuts, according to university spokesman Vance Peterson. Peterson said a...
  • Todd Bridges- "Killing Willis: From Diff'rent Strokes to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted"

    Diff'rent Strokes Star Todd Bridges joined us live to talk about his new memoir "Killing Willis: From Different to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted". "Whatchu Talkin' about Willis?" became the mantra of the '80s tied to the popular...
  • Man Killed in Possible Case of Mistaken Identity

    Man Killed in Possible Case of Mistaken Identity
    NORTHRIDGE -- A 21-year-old man who was shot and killed in Northridge may have been the victim of mistaken identity, police said. Patrick Shillings, 21, was gunned down shortly after noon Sunday on White Oak Avenue, said Officer Karen Rayner of the Los...
  • Checking out nature's web sites

    IN an announcement about the opening of the Spider Pavilion at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, I recently referred to spiders as insects. It brought this response from a reader in Whittier: "Spiders are not insects! Insects have six...
  • Southland not ready for disaster

    Despite millions of dollars spent in crisis management drills and dozens of plans to deal with earthquakes and other calamities, Southern California emergency preparedness agencies have done little to plan for mass displacement and destruction across a...
  • As healers, we don't have the luxury of having a bad day

    It was an unusually cold night, even for December. The emergency room was quiet — few people were eager to venture out in the icy weather. I had made my rounds on the pediatric ward and the burn unit and had settled in at the ER nurses' station with...