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  • To Help Everyone Clinic in South L.A.

     
    Community clinics like Help Everyone Clinic in South LA are on the frontline in American healthcare for generations to provide medical care and social assistance to millions of poor, uninsured and chronically ill patients in struggling rural and urban...
  • 911 response slowed by geography, jurisdictions, analysis shows

     
    In 1979, Los Angeles' city and county fire agencies agreed to link their dispatching operations to save lives and cut costs....
  • Office workers trained in CPR make life-or-death difference

     Office workers trained in CPR make life-or-death difference
    On the morning of July 10, attorney Jerald Gale was reading an e-mail in his office on the 20th floor of a Koreatown high-rise. That's the last thing the 58-year-old husband, father and avid cyclist remembers before losing consciousness. Gale's heart...
  • Jose Curbelo dies at 95; Latin jazz bandleader

    Jose Curbelo dies at 95; Latin jazz bandleader
    Jose Curbelo, a Latin jazz bandleader, agent and promoter who helped popularize the cha-cha in the United States and made Tito Puente a star, has died. He was 95. A resident of North Miami Beach, Curbelo died Friday of heart failure at a hospital in...
  • Officials to probe CPR delays involving LAFD 911 calls

     
    Several Los Angeles officials on Friday said they would probe the findings of an internal Los Angeles Fire Department report detailing delays in getting 911 callers to begin CPR on cardiac arrest victims. The study, disclosed by the The Times this week,...
  • Medical pot returning to underground

     Medical pot returning to underground
    A stocky onetime mortgage broker is speeding through Costa Mesa in an old pickup with two pounds of weed in a paper bag. He wears gray cargo shorts and flip-flops and a faded cap with the image of a marijuana leaf stitched on the front. He just smoked a...
  • Hiker has cardiac arrest, dies in San Bernardino National Forest

     
    A man hiking in the San Bernardino Forest died Thursday after suffering a cardiac arrest, authorities said....
  • Teen hurt by line drive from metal bat to receive $14.5 million

    Steven Domalewski, a teenager from New Jersey who suffered brain damage when he was struck by a line drive while playing in a youth baseball game, will receive $14.5 million to settle his lawsuit against the bat manufacturer, a sporting goods chain and...
  • Larry E. Grant dies at 86; co-founder of L.A. Kingdom Day Parade

    Larry E. Grant dies at 86; co-founder of L.A. Kingdom Day Parade
    The Kingdom Day Parade always started with Larry E. Grant cruising down a boulevard in South Los Angeles with a procession of colorful floats, marching bands and dance troupes trailing behind. Grant traveled the three-mile route on the back of a...
  • William Windom dies at 88; Emmy-winning character actor

     William Windom dies at 88; Emmy-winning character actor
    In the role that won him an Emmy Award for best actor in a comedy series, William Windom played John Monroe, a writer-cartoonist for a New York magazine who harnessed an active fantasy life to escape the doldrums of his middle-class Connecticut existence....
  • Von Freeman dies at 88; jazz tenor saxophonist with singular sound

    Von Freeman dies at 88; jazz tenor saxophonist with singular sound
    Von Freeman was revered as a tenor saxophonist but was never a major star, worshiped by critics but perpetually strapped for cash. He seemed to purposely avoid commercial success. When trumpeter Miles Davis phoned Freeman in the 1950s looking for a...