Earlier this month, three Boy Scout leaders videotaped themselves destroying a 170-million-year-old rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park in Utah. It raises a question about the costs of these types of incidents, and what can be done to prevent them.
For the California Report, Alex Schmidt reports from Riverside County, four of California's youngest cities may die an early death because of changes to the state's funding formula that governs who gets what.
It's every parent's nightmare to hear that his or her child has a mental illness. But is a diagnosis from a doctor really a life-long sentence of drugs and therapy? Or might normal childhood behavior be mistaken for a mental disorder?
Judging by what we've been seeing in the theaters lately, Americans like to be frightened, and that suits Hollywood just fine. Scary movies can be a lot cheaper to make and tend to do very well at the box office.
On the Hopi Lands in Northern Arizona, an international group of health care workers gathered recently to honor the latest recipient of the Barbara Chester Award, given by the Hopi Foundation to those who work with torture victims
The mountain lion has many names, among them, puma, cougar and ghost cat. Mike Kessler followed the history of the large feline to present day for his story in Los Angeles Magazine and joins us to talk about it.
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