Archive for March 2016

Life in Flint; Living with Deadly Water

FLINT, Mich. — Life over the past months has changed dramatically for Alaya Smith and her family, which includes her two-year-old son, Amarus Jones, and her fiancé. They live in fear of the water. Consequently, she no longer uses regular water for showers or to wash dishes or to drink or to wash her hands.…

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This March, Linda Jackson Encourages Women to Consider Their Financial Legacy in Celebration of Women’s History Month

SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. (March 4, 2016) — In celebration of Women’s History Month, Linda Jackson, a senior certified housing counselor and branch manager of NID Housing Counseling Agency of the Inland Empire, is encouraging women to make personal financial matters a priority. Seasoned financial counselors like Jackson agree that one of the first steps towards…

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Idris Elba’s LUTHER Premiering Mon., Mar. 14 On KCET

Award-Winning British Psychological Crime Drama Begins Cat-and-Mouse Game With Nemesis Portrayed By Ruth Wilson (‘The Affair’) KCETLink Partners with BritWeek to Help Launch Season of New British Dramas and Celebrate British Culture in Southern California KCET, the nation’s largest independent public television station will premiere the first three seasons of the internationally critically acclaimed BBC…

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African Americans, Hispanics face greater risk of heart failure

DALLAS, Feb. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — More than 915,000 Americans will be diagnosed with heart failure this year, according to the recently published American Heart Association 2016 Statistical Update. Heart failure, a chronic, progressive condition in which the heart can’t pump blood efficiently to meet the body’s needs, is one of the most common heart…

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Rialto’s Students Visit NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Deborah Robertson with Rialto students on the morning before the field trip; e3p3 Summer Bridge program graduates are wearing gray shirts in the front row. Rialto, CALIF.) – NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) welcomed 21 Rialto students who toured the facility for President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Initiative. Students had visited the Spacecraft Assembly…

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