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Lakers offer sympathy for Steve Nash, while trying to move on

dailynews.com — LAS VEGAS - The Lakers prepared for their upcoming game the same way they have done for most of the past two seasons. They knew that Steve Nash would stay sidelined because of injuries. The circumstances changed this time.
Oct 25, 2014

Lakers offer sympathy for Steve Nash, while trying to move on bit.ly/1DKuj0E

Ebola scare in Los Angeles once again tests emergency response teams

dailynews.com — The growing scare over Ebola once again hit Los Angeles Friday after a man who exhibited flu-like symptoms stepped off a bus near downtown's Union Station and was promptly transported to a nearby hospital. Officials with the MTA said the man approached security at the station just after 2 p.m.

How L.A. County officials allegedly lightened penalties in nursing home deaths

dailynews.com — The bleeding started suddenly and lasted 15 minutes, soaking through the sheets and pooling on the floor. Turning pale, Armando Reagan cried out to the nursing home staff. "Help! Help! I do not want to die!" By the time paramedics got Reagan to a Glendale emergency room, he was incoherent, with his heart beating rapidly and his breathing labored, documents show.
Oct 24, 2014

How L.A. County officials allegedly lightened penalties in nursing home deaths, via @annagorman dailynews.com/health/2014102…

Is America prepared for Ebola or is the threat overhyped? RedBlue America

dailynews.com — So far, the Ebola virus that has killed more than 9,000 people in West Africa has only sickened two nurses and now a doctor in the United States. But that hasn't stopped Republican and Democratic lawmakers from squabbling over everything from sealing the borders to providing more funding for the National Institutes of Health.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @SoCalOpinion: Is America prepared for Ebola? Is threat overhyped? RedBlue America columnists @JoelMMathis and @BenBoychuk debate: dailynews.com/opinion/201410…

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