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WDBJ7 Anchor/ReporterPeople are still talking about Saturday's Blue Ridge Marathon. This year's marathon was especially significant because it was the first following the bombings at the Boston Marathon just one week ago. Blue Ridge Marathon organizers are calling the...
New subsidies and insurance regulations in the 2010 healthcare law are expected to bring coverage to millions of uninsured Californians starting next year. The newly insured are likely to put a bigger strain on the healthcare system, particularly in their...
The key to training effectively during this extended winter weather is as simple as the advice mothers give their young children, “Dress warm.” This spring’s weather, which has actually been extremely winter-like, has messed up...
Tags: College Baseball, High Schools, Allergies, Swimming, Schools
So much has already been said about Imperial County’s air pollution, but in a state that appears to be winning the battle of historically horrible air quality, particularly in the Los Angeles basin, there is hope yet for the air we breathe here....
I'm dismayed that the Crescenta Valley Water District would increase rebates for artificial turf. It would be much better for the planet if they banned the plastic grass and concentrated on encouraging their customers to replace thirsty lawns with...
reporterLush trees and budding flowers may signal the beginning of spring, but for others it's the start of allergy season. "Itchy watery eyes, sneezy, runny nose feeling like you've been hit by a Mac truck- that's very often allergies," explains Dr. Dane...
Staff WritersLourdes Bustamante said she has never experienced winds as strong as those that tore through Imperial County on Monday. Bustamante, who has worked as a gas station attendant for 16 years at the USA gas station near the intersection of Imperial and...
Tags: Symptoms, Wheezing, Tangerine, Chemical Industry, Allergies
Two years ago researchers outfitted an electric Toyota RAV4 with a set of test instruments and drove back and forth near four Los Angeles County freeways between 4:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m., sampling the air. The results confirmed that in the early morning,...
CUSD Program CoordinatorCalipatria Unified School District hosted our 11th annual Family and Children’s Health Fair on March 20. This year we had 48 agencies and over 300 parents and children participated. The event was a huge success and offered a wide array of...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorAcknowledging the “daunting challenges” that remain before reaching air quality standards, the California Air Pollution Control Officers Association nonetheless cited its “remarkable progress” toward that end. Despite the state&...
After concerns from residents regarding health issues such as asthma, Homer Glen may tighten restrictions on or ban leaf burning as early as this spring. The village's Public Services and Safety Committee is working on a draft of a potential ordinance...
From a sprawling United Auto Workers hall outside Detroit, John Zimmick has seen factories close and grown men cry when their jobs disappear. Through all the economic uncertainties of life in auto country, there has been one constant: the union. In...
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