Big waves swelled by distant Hurricane Marie kept lifeguards busy at Orange and Los Angeles county beaches today as surfers braved the roiling waters, and officials warned inexperienced swimmers to stay out of the ocean.
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High surf generated by Hurricane Marie will batter California’s coast starting today, raising fears of some flooding and powerful rip currents through Friday and creating “extremely dangerous” conditions for swimmers and surfers, forecasters said.
What a difference a year makes! It was only 9 months ago that our own Julie Chang had a benign brain tumor removed. Since then, she got married and is now expecting a little one in December! To pass her blessings forward, she’ll be participating in the annual LA Tumor Walk.
Whenever anyone takes their own life, like in the case of Robin Williams, it is a frightening and tragic reminder of how serious the impact of depression can be. Research tells us that one in ten American adults are depressed and that depression is involved in at least half of all suicides. We also know that preschoolers, school-aged children and adolescents are vulnerable to depression, and that the prevalence of depression in these age groups is alarmingly high. Research shows that babies b…
Residents throughout the Southland will gather with community leaders and law enforcement officials tonight as part of the 31st annual National Night Out crime-prevention event.