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  • Iranian universities shut female students out of dozens of fields

     
    Iranian universities are shutting female students out of dozens of fields this year, saying there aren’t enough jobs available for them after they graduate, according to Iranian media. Three dozen universities across the country are not allowing...
  • Donna Jou killer pleads not guilty to possessing ammunition

     
    A sex offender convicted in the death of a San Diego State University nursing student was being held without bail Thursday after pleading not guilty to possession of ammunition, authorities said....
  • Nurses union pledges $1 million to Jerry Brown's tax initiative

     
    California’s biggest nurses union endorsed Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative Thursday and committed $1 million toward the effort. “At a time when too many politicians respond to the budget crisis solely with budget cuts and harsh...
  • Fraud, neglect cited in report on California nursing homes

     
    California Attorney General investigators found widespread health and safety problems in nursing homes throughout the state, according to an advocacy group that released the reports....
  • Bahrain court cuts jail terms for medics accused of aiding uprising

     
    Nine of the 20 doctors and nurses accused of trying to overthrow the Bahraini monarchy in a hotly contested case were found innocent Thursday in civilian court, and five were released for time already served, the state news agency reported. Four others...
  • L.A. teachers approve deal that reduces pay, shortens school year

     
    Members of United Teachers Los Angeles have approved a one-year labor contract that would shorten the school year and reduce pay in exchange for the preservation of more than 4,000 jobs, the union announced Saturday....
  • Free Wi-Fi at LAX: L.A. City Council endorses provider

     
    The L.A. City Council has voted to stuck with a company chosen to provide free wireless Internet at Los Angeles International Airport, ensuring that passengers will have access to that service in July....
  • Hundreds turn out for free health clinic at L.A. Sports Arena

     
    Julio Rivera and hundreds of other residents from throughout Southern California flocked to the L.A. Sports Arena Thursday for an annual massive free clinic put on by Care Harbor....
  • Gov. Brown signs legislation easing birth-control access

     
    In a victory for birth control advocates, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Saturday that allows registered nurses to give out hormonal contraceptives to women under a standardized procedure....
  • Caregiver accused of stealing more than $150,000 from elderly woman

     
    A court hearing is scheduled next month for a caregiver accused of defrauding her 90-year-old client of more than $150,000. The caregiver, Ma Marquez, 49, is charged with one felony count of theft from an elder by a caretaker and......
  • Copter pilot dies in crash while keeping crops from freezing

     
    The pilot of a helicopter that went down in Central California was found dead Wednesday, Kern County sheriff’s officials said. The helicopter, which was one of two helicopters flying overhead to keep crops from freezing, was reported missing about...