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  • Families worry mental health cuts will send kids spiraling

    Families worry mental health cuts will send kids spiraling
    A week before Christmas, Judy Powelson was awaiting her son's first visit home in nine months with a mix of excitement and trepidation. Earlier in the year, the 17-year-old's mental illness had spiraled out of control to the point that he attacked her,...
  • Integrative medicine: Stay healthy during the holidays

    Integrative medicine: Stay healthy during the holidays
    The holidays are here -- a time of frenetic shopping, eating, traveling and socializing. A time of gaining that holiday 10 pounds and of getting the holiday blues. While you are busy with the added chores and stress of the season, we would like to...
  • Maloofs Decide to Stay, But Arena Must Get Built

    Maloofs Decide to Stay, But Arena Must Get Built
    The Maloofs have decided to stay in Sacramento for the 2011-12 season. George Maloof made a point of telling FOX40’s Jim Crandell that this decision to stay will be a one year thing unless the city of Sacramento makes serious plans to build a...
  • Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All is performing rap on its terms

    Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All is performing rap on its terms
    Revolutions are still televised, but they get Tumblr'd, tweeted and YouTubed first. This one started last summer when music micro-bloggers began deifying a pack of nine skateboarding, freewheeling teenaged rap vandals from Los Angeles. Full name:...
  • "Glee" Star Helps Launch Conan's New Show Monday Night

    "Glee" Star Helps Launch Conan's New Show Monday Night
    Team Coco fans will find out Monday night if the wait was worth it. Conan O'Brien launches his new late-night show on TBS Monday night at 11 p.m. O'Brien joined TBS earlier this year after a public dismissal from NBC. He was originally moved from...
  • Sacramento Valley: A haven for birds – and birders

    Sacramento Valley: A haven for birds – and birders
    It was like a lottery-winning moment for birders. I looked up through the windshield, and there it was: brown and striped, gliding toward a tangle of reeds a few feet from our car — an American bittern. Bitterns are common at Gray Lodge Wildlife...
  • 10 must-see places that are less than a decade old

    10 must-see places that are less than a decade old
    They're a disparate lot — museums, hotels, an observation deck, a sculpture park and a sundial-shaped bridge — but these recent structures, none more than 10 years old, are redefining the West. Before we bow to them, though, let's admit that...
  • 10 family-friendly places to visit in the West

    10 family-friendly places to visit in the West
    Man does not live by bread alone, and families can't count on theme parks for all their adventures. Here are 10 relatively unthemed Western destinations, all best enjoyed in the company of a 10-year-old: Cable cars, San Francisco: Of the three routes...
  • Luke Perry Among Local Parents Protesting Teacher Cuts

    Luke Perry Among Local Parents Protesting Teacher Cuts
    SHERMAN OAKS (KTLA) -- Teachers, parents and students gathered outside Millikan Middle School in Sherman Oaks on Thursday to protest funding cuts. The group wore all black for the event, which they dubbed "Black Thursday." Among the concerned parents...
  • Montel Williams Opens Pot Dispensery in Sacramento

    Montel Williams Opens Pot Dispensery in Sacramento
    There’s a new kid on the 420 block and his name is Montel Williams.  The former king of daytime talk television just opened a new medical marijuana dispensary in midtown Sacramento.  The competition is glad he's here, but they are put off by...
  • How Mexico's drug war affects tourism

    How Mexico's drug war affects tourism
    What can travelers expect from Mexico in 2011? That's at least a $64-million question, given the many Americans who visit the country every year. And the answers seem to point every which way. Across Mexico, international visitors and drug-war casualties...
  • How to avoid nasty winter travel surprises

    How to avoid nasty winter travel surprises
    Did you learn anything about travel from the recent wave of storms in the Midwest and East? Certainly, despite tremendous technological development, you learned (or re-learned) that air travel is still something of a gamble during really bad weather....