Black-ish pays tribute to Ruby and Hart Campbell after tragic car crash

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His credits include Black-ish and Will and Grace. Colin is a film director, writer, and producer. He teaches at Chapman University and Cal Poly Pomona. The couple also shares an Oscar nomination. The funeral ceremony for Ruby and Hart that took place on ...

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Claremont Treatment Program Brings More Eating Disorder Help to the Inland Empire: Bright Road Recovery Now In-Network with Aetna & Anthem Blue Cross

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Claremont, California:  Bright Road Recovery Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Center now accepts Aetna Health and Anthem Blue Cross insurance, significantly expanding access to treatment for the Inland Empire. The addition of these insurers makes higher levels of outpatient care, including partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs, more affordable and easier to attend for many more individuals who live in Claremont and surrounding areas.
 
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LA County plans to take in migrant children, but some activists are concerned

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With so many unaccompanied minors crossing the U.S.-Mexican border, the federal government is scrambling to find places to house them. Roughly 20,000 kids are in federal custody right now — the vast majority from Central America.

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Riverside couple’s gift to victim of Ontario explosion is a 2-way blessing

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The San Bernardino Sun

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Erin Uiagalelei and her unemployed husband Mau thought they’d have to struggle to pay for 5 shattered windows from the fireworks blast – until good Samaritans called.

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Tim Mead, former Angels executive, steps down as Baseball Hall of Fame president

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YAHOO!News

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Former Angels executive Tim Mead is stepping down as president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in order to focus on his commitments to his family.

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Metro in LA County is hiring 800 drivers, other transit agencies increasing staff

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Los Angeles Daily News

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The further reopening of businesses has led to an increase in ridership and has Southern California transit agencies looking at staffing levels.

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