Health Care Enrollments Reach Eight Million, President Announces

Health Care Enrollments Reach Eight Million, President Announces

By Noam Levey and Chad Terhune, Tribune Washington Bureau  WASHINGTON — Driven by a last-minute flood of enrollments, particularly in California, sign-ups for health insurance thr ...

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Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Filed Against Ex-San Diego Mayor Bob Filner

Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Filed Against Ex-San Diego Mayor Bob Filner

By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times   SAN DIEGO — A woman has filed a lawsuit against former Mayor Bob Filner, alleging that he sexually harassed her at a public event at an ele ...

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Official Gets Twelve Years In Prison, Must Pay $8.8 Million In Bell, California, Scandal

Official Gets Twelve Years In Prison, Must Pay $8.8 Million In Bell, California, Scandal

By Jeff Gottlieb, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Longtime Bell, California, administrator Robert Rizzo was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in prison, closing the books on a sweep ...

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Charter Bus, FedEx Drivers In Fiery Crash Had Clean Driving Records

Charter Bus, FedEx Drivers In Fiery Crash Had Clean Driving Records

By Christine Mai-Duc, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — The drivers of a FedEx freight truck and charter bus that collided head-on last week in Northern California, killing 10, had ...

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‘Shrimp Boy’ Pleads Not Guilty In Sweep That Ensnared California Lawmaker

‘Shrimp Boy’ Pleads Not Guilty In Sweep That Ensnared California Lawmaker

By Lee Romney, Los Angeles Times SAN FRANCISCO — Chinatown figure Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow pleaded not guilty Tuesday in federal court here in connection with a sweeping corrupti ...

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Top-Two Primary In California Might Be Bad For Small-Party Candidates

Top-Two Primary In California Might Be Bad For Small-Party Candidates

By Seema Mehta and Jean Merl, Los Angeles Times When California voters decided to change the way the state’s primary elections work, the move was cast as an effort to moderate a s ...

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Death Toll In Fiery Bus Crash Rises To 10; Five Are High School Students

Death Toll In Fiery Bus Crash Rises To 10; Five Are High School Students

By Matt Stevens, Paige St. John and Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times ORLAND, Calif. — The death toll in a head-on collision between a FedEx truck and a bus full of Los Angeles-ar ...

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California’s San Joaquin River Is Most Endangered In U.S., Group Says

California’s San Joaquin River Is Most Endangered In U.S., Group Says

By Mark Grossi, The Fresno Bee FRESNO, California — The San Joaquin River in California is America’s most endangered waterway this year, says the national advocacy group American ...

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Researchers Aim To Build Database Of Brain Health

Researchers Aim To Build Database Of Brain Health

By Lisa M. Krieger, San Jose Mercury News SAN JOSE, Calif. — Quick: Find the fruit! Feed the fish! List a sequence of steps, in reverse! Your online test results aren’t pass-fail. ...

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More Than 450 Medical Pot Shops File To Renew Taxes In Los Angeles

More Than 450 Medical Pot Shops File To Renew Taxes In Los Angeles

By Emily Alpert Reyes, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — More than 450 medical marijuana dispensaries have filed renewals to pay Los Angeles business taxes this year — more than thr ...

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