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Archive for April 6th, 2013
Americans hold about $1 trillion in student loans, and the debt burden is only getting heavier. One financial aid counselor says students are starting to smarten up and asking questions he'd never considered himself before the recession hit.
It's unclear if the Obama administration will appeal the ruling that allows the morning-after pill to be sold to women of all ages, without restriction.
Even a short hike in Southern California can be treacherous if you're not prepared. Check out these tips before heading out on the next adventure.
A Metrolink crash in under investigation after a train collided with a truck on the tracks in the San Fernando Valley.
The pastor of Orange County's largest superchurch, says in a statement Saturday that Matthew Warren had struggled with mental illness and deep depression.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced that the shutdown of 11 airport control towers in California will be delayed in order to deal with related legal challenges.
Two people were fatally shot and another suffered a non-fatal gunshot wound during a home invasion in Perris.
This American Life and Radiolab are facing off in the Public Radio Bracket Madness finals, and they're taking to social media to get out the vote.