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5 Fun Facts About Sharks

Great White Shark

If you have ever taken a swim in the ocean, the thought has probably crossed your mind: Are there any sharks nearby? More than any other marine animal, sharks seem to hold our attention, to say the least. Though attacks are statistically rare, many people remain frightened of sharks and dread the possibility of meeting […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Health & Lifestyle | Read More »

Vacation Tips for Business Owners

Vacation Tips for Business Owners

For many business owners, the thought of planning a summer vacation can be complicated at best and unthinkable at worst. Concerns about customer or client care and anxiety about missed business opportunities can make many small-business owners feel they cannot take any time off. Despite these worries, more than 67 percent of business owners still […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Get Your Car Road Ready With Seven Simple Tips

Car Travel Tips

While warmer weather inspires a big cleanup in most households, car owners would be wise to be just as thorough with their cars. “After a winter of cold wear and tear, it’s incredibly important to have your car ready for the other extreme-a summer of scorching wear and tear,” says Mark Salem, talk show host […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

School Teacher Arrested for Lewd Act

Los Angeles: A school teacher was arrested for having a relationship with his under aged student. On May 17, 2007, the victim, a 15-year-old girl, left her cellular phone in the girls’ restroom of her school (Charter School-College Ready Academy High School). Another student found the phone and took it to the principal’s office. While […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Police News | Read More »

Machete-Wielding Suspect is Shot and Killed

Los Angeles: A man swinging a machete at police was shot in the San Fernando Valley Wednesday evening. On May 16, 2007, at about 6:30 PM, police were conducting a follow-up investigation near the All Nations Church, in the 10000 block of Foothill Boulevard, in Lake View Terrace. The prior day, a sword-wielding suspect had […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Police News | Read More »

Hit and Run Driver Arrested for Killing a Pedestrian

Los Angeles: An elderly pedestrian was struck and killed by a speeding car that failed to stop for a red phase traffic signal. On Thursday, May 24, 2007, at 10:50 AM, Mr. Jose Ortiz, 70, of Sylmar, was walking westbound on Polk Street, crossing Glenoaks Boulevard in the north crosswalk when he was struck by […]

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Before Your Trip

hepatitis A and hepatitis B combination vaccine

Are you thinking of a sunny getaway to the Caribbean, Africa or South America? As you plan any trip, it is easy to think of only the exciting attractions, the fine dining, the sun-drenched beaches and the escape from the daily grind. Yet, you should also think of getting vaccines that will help protect you […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Health & Lifestyle | Read More »

Family Vacations Are Possible, Even If Your Child Has Asthma

Lauren Blanque

A successful family vacation offers activities for everyone. Popular destinations include family camps, all-inclusive beach resorts, water parks, family- oriented cruises, theme parks or even cross-country road trips to visit historical sites. When traveling with children who have asthma, however, visiting new places brings changes in climate and exposure to triggers that may increase the […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Family and food | Read More »

Vermont, A State of All Seasons

Vermont Travel

By Jean Strauber, Travel Editor Even though Vermont is one of the smallest states in the Union, it is huge in its offering for a family vacation regardless of the season. In the winter it is ideal for the skier or snowboarder. The photographer and artist capture the way Mother Nature decks out the maples […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Weekend Escape from LA Plan for Palm Springs

Palm Springs Travel

By George Christopher Thomas, Travel Writer PALM SPRINGS, CA — If you leave early enough, just a few hours out of Los Angeles is Palm Springs. A beautiful desert community, and heaven for the avid golfer. Some advanced prepraration will save you a significant amount of money. If the purpose of your visit to the […]

June 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Travel | Read More »


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