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Affordable Care Act (ACA) Enrollment Fair Held In Southern California

ACA enrollment deadline pushed to mid-April

Stragglers who haven't sign up yet on Healthcare.gov for coverage under the Affordable Care Act just got a lifeline thrown their way.
The Imperial Valley
This week, upstream dams are being opened so that water will once again reach the Colorado River's mouth in Mexico. It's part of a coordinated effort between Mexico and the U.S. and scientists are hoping the release will simulate the spring floods that used to happen in the area.
Salmon California Report

Chinook salmon begin journey to sea...on a truck

It's the latest sign of how bad this year's drought really is. Federal and state wildlife agencies launched a massive "fish lift" this week.
Diego Luna
Chavez was a towering figure in the civil rights movement as the founder of the United Farm Workers Union. Until now, he hadn't gotten the Hollywood treatment. Director Diego Luna joins Take Two to talk about bringing Chavez's story to the big screen.
Ohio State v Dayton
Cinderella takes center stage, the NFL has revised reviews and a big, blue wallet is wide open. For more on what's happening in the world of sports, we're joined by Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.
Mary Virginia Jones
After spending more than three decades behind bars, Mary Virginia Jones is finally free. Jones was sent to prison in 1982 after she was convicted in the fatal shooting of two drug dealers, even though she didn't pull the trigger.
Cloak App
Regardless of where you are in your relationship we have three heartless pieces of technology that can help you if you're stressed out about what is or what was.
Well, Candy Crush isn't exactly on the stock market. It's King, the game's parent company, that began trading on the New York Stock Exchange today at $22.50. However, after only a couple of hours the stock had already dropped a couple of dollars.
San Bernardino International Airport

San Bernardino Airport hopes for international travelers

It’s not every day that you get to walk into a brand new, empty airport terminal, but I got a recent tour of the San Bernardino International Airport.
Travelers Use Los Angeles International Airport Day After Shooting Killed One TSA Agent

TSA report recommends law enforcement at checkpoints

Today, the Transportation Security Administration made 14 recommendations about how to improve security in the wake of the deadly shooting there last November.

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