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Woman attacked with chainsaw tells her story

Gloria Mojica suffered a chainsaw attack by her husband in the summer of 2018. Several months later, she tells the story of her journey to recovery, both medical and psychological. The incident occurred on July 11 when her husband, Alejandro Álvarez, attacked her in a moment of rage. Apparently, Mojica had told her neighbor that […]

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KNBC Celebrates 70 Years

KNBC-TV is celebrating 70 years in the news business this week. It all began in Hollywood back in 1949. Four months after the station went on the air on Jan. 16, 1949, the 10-minute newscast featured the stories of the day in black and white. Viewers didn’t even see the announcer’s face back then. But […]

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Pilot Program Aims to Regulate Electric Scooters

What to Know Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger recommended the pilot after residents expressed public safety issues. Advocates say the scooters are an environmentally clean solution to transit, some residents are concerned with scooters’ nuisances. The plan, which would apply to areas of the county, is expected to include a consumer-oriented website with safety […]

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Desert X to Again Dazzle Art Lovers

SAUNTER INTO THE DESERT, a good long distance, then pause, still your mind, and gaze around. What do you see? That depends on the desert you’re in, of course, but you might spy sagebrush, or chollas, or unusual rock formations, and even the occasional jackrabbit or tortoise. What you probably won’t encounter is a large-scale […]

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Winter Weather Driving Checklist

The California Highway Patrol offers the following advice when the weather turns wet and snowy. Whether it’s rain, snow, ice or fog, there are a few things to remember on the road. Rain The first 10 minutes after the rain begins can be the most dangerous because the rain mixes with oil from motor vehicles […]

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Patients May Have Gotten Ineffective Immunizations

What to Know Ventura County health officials are urging patients who may have gotten ineffective immunizations to get re-vaccinated. Some 23,000 people were potentially given ineffective vaccinations between October 2017 and November 2018. The medications believed to be affected are: Tuberculin Purified Protein Derivative, Injectable Penicillin, Insulin, Rho(D) Immune Globulin. Ventura County health officials are […]

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Give a Howl for Great Wolf Lodge Eclipse Fun

OCCASIONS TO HONOR, observe, enjoy, and celebrate? They’re happening daily, both in smaller circles, and in family groups, as well as in larger swaths of our society, too. And while you can definitely find some decorations and foods themed to the more major moments on the calendar, say, like Halloween or Thanksgiving, finding a way […]

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