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  • Wine of the Week: 2008 Hirsch Vineyards' Pinot Noir 'The Bohan-Dillon'

    Wine of the Week: 2008 Hirsch Vineyards' Pinot Noir 'The Bohan-Dillon'
      2008 Hirsch Vineyards' Pinot Noir 'The Bohan-Dillon' Pinot Noir seems to thrive on the Sonoma coast. Here's one beauty with real Pinot character from a renowned vineyard site near Fort Ross. Made primarily from the estate's younger vines, Hirsch...
  • Consumer bankruptcy: Questions and answers

    No matter which Chapter -- 7 or 13 -- you choose in the big book of bankruptcy, some rules read the same. Will filing for bankruptcy stop collection calls? Yes, in regard to the debts the filing covers. The trustee handling your case will inform these...
  • Letters: Good food in Kauai

    Hot dogs, other good Kauai eats I relived my recent Kauai trip through your "Taste of Kauai" article [Nov. 30]. I'd like to recommend a place I learned of: Puka Dogs in Poipu, a fabulous Hawaiian-style hot dog stand with long lines of locals. After...
  • Meet Your 'America's Next Top Model' Cycle 11 Hopefuls

    It's been, oh, only a few months since Whitney Thompson became the first-ever full-figured winner of "America's Next Top Model," so now it's time for a new crop of girls to vie for the title. A go-go dancer, a young lady named Clark and an assistant in a...
  • Health Net to reinstate 926 dropped policyholders in California

    In a continuing state crackdown on health insurers, Health Net Inc. of Woodland Hills has agreed to offer new coverage -- no questions asked -- to 926 people whose policies it canceled after they got sick. One of the state's largest insurers, Health...
  • ZIP Code still a factor in auto insurance

    A lot of drivers probably thought they were finally getting a break when then-California Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi announced in 2005 that he was requiring insurers to stop using ZIP Codes as a main factor in determining car-insurance rates....
  • United Airlines to start charging $15 for first checked bag

    United Airlines, the nation's second-largest carrier, said today that it will begin charging $15 for the first checked baggage, becoming the second major airline to impose a fee for a service that long has been included in the air fare. The charge for...
  • L.A. sues insurer over cancellations

    One of the state's largest insurers, Health Net Inc. of Woodland Hills, sold individual policies with the promise of medical coverage while engaging in a secret and illegal scheme to drop patients if they needed expensive treatment, the Los Angeles city...
  • Health Net ordered to pay $9 million after canceling cancer patient's policy

    Health Net ordered to pay $9 million after canceling cancer patient's policy
    One of California's largest for-profit insurers stopped a controversial practice of canceling sick policyholders Friday after a judge ordered Health Net Inc. to pay more than $9 million to a breast cancer patient it dropped in the middle of chemotherapy....
  • Football: Dorsey-Taft will be a Wednesday night game

     
    Los Angeles Dorsey and Woodland Hills Taft have finalized details of their nonleague football game, and it will be played on Wednesday night, Sept. 8, at Jackie Robinson Stadium. The game was originally scheduled for Friday, Sept. 10, but it......
  • Boys' basketball: Fairfax tournament begins Monday

     
    One of the best basketball tournaments of the summer begins Monday at Fairfax. Here's the first-round schedule: Crenshaw vs. Pasadena, 4 p.m.; Long Beach Poly vs. Encino Crespi, 5:30 p.m.; Los Angeles Loyola vs. Dorsey, 7 p.m. Tuesday's first-round...
  • New reviews of health insurance rate hikes in California due soon

     
    The results of new investigations into health insurer rate hikes are heading to the desk of California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner in the coming week. A state consultant who found errors in Anthem Blue Cross’ rate filings is expected to......