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NBC Los Angeles
One Killed in Fiery Crash on 118 Freeway
At least one person was killed Thursday, July 24, 2014, when a stalled car was rear-ended and burst into flames on a Southern California freeway, officials said.
San Fernando Sun
DBA, JULY 24, 2014
A fictitious business name, assumed name, or DBA , allows you to legally do business as a particular name at minimal cost, and without having to create an entirely new business entity.
The Daily Democrat
California drought: Are swimming pools a waste of water?
Workers use jackhammers to break up the concrete in the pool in Phil and Cil Rivera's Granada Hills backyard.
LA Daily News
3 men rescued from SUV wreck in Granada Hills
GRANADA HILLS >> Firefighters ripped apart a mangled SUV to free three injured young man who were trapped inside after the vehicle struck a tree along San Fernando Road, authorities said.
Man Pleads Not Guilty to Bilking Investors out of $2M for Fake Movies
Originally posted at 9:32 a.m. July 15, 2014. Edited with new details. A Granada Hills man who was on the run for five months was ordered held in custody today pending trial on federal charges of helping bilk investors out of nearly $2 million by offering shares in movies that were never made.
Enhancing Lives of Adults with Cognitive Problems Using Modern Technology
LOS ANGELES, CA. / ACCESSWIRE / July 3, 2014 / Seersoft Inc., in collaboration with Noblequest Health Foundation is launching a project for Research, Development, Training , Implementation and Outcome Assessment of Innovative mobile app technology that will assist rehabilitation providers, other clinicians, policy makers, patients with secondary ... (more)
Forum On Proposed Charter Academy Draws Hundreds
FORUM ON PROPOSED CHARTER ACADEMY DRAWS HUNDREDS Burbank Leader, CA July 1 2014 The Burbank school board will vote on the charter school at its July 17 meeting, By Kelly Corrigan, email@example.com July 1, 2014 6:35 p.m. About 200 people attended a special school board meeting Monday night at which about 40 people addressed school ... (more)
Los Angeles Times
When chickens come home to roost next door
Barnyard fowl roam in the yard of a residence in South Los Angeles. Backyard chicken coops are growing in popularity.
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Ramadan a time for Southern California Muslims to think of the needy
After days of uncertainty, Haitham A. was overwhelmed with relief and joy after his sister contacted him on Skype on Thursday to tell him she made it out of their native Iraq to escape the bloodshed.
The Daily Breeze
Ramadan a time for Southern California Muslims to remember endangered loved ones
Iraqi-American Haitham A., 52, of Granada Hills, participates in the morning prayer at the Islamic Center of Northridge in Granada Hills June 26, 2014.