Imperial Valley News
Imperial, California - For many teens, texting is an essential way to communicate. A lack of maturity can get your teen into trouble when texting, though. Help your teen understand - and avoid - the risks associated with texting.
Rochester, Minnesota - At back-to-school time, many parents and caregivers make checklists to ensure children have the supplies they need for the school year. Mayo Clinic Children's Center pediatrician Dr. Robert Jacobson says vaccinations should definitely be on that list. He says they protect children from contracting and spreading diseases that could cause serious complications.
Imperial, California - Ear stapling for weight loss isn't likely to work - and it poses a serious risk of infection.
Hatch, New Mexico - Do you love the snap that chili peppers give to your food? Are you a fan of the heat they impart to a variety of dishes? Even if you’re not, you may want to take another look at the humble chili pepper. From migraine relief to weight control, researchers are verifying what some cultures have known for centuries: the chili pepper and its key constituents, like capsaicin, deliver a host of health benefits.
Sacramento, California - Thirty new law enforcement cadets graduated from the California Wildlife Officer Academy during ceremonies at the Performing Arts Center in Paradise Friday. The graduating class includes 23 sponsored warden cadets who will begin field training immediately. Another seven self-sponsored cadets paid their way through the academy and will apply to become wildlife officers.
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Releases Statement on California High School Exit Exam Controversy
San Francisco, California - In response to the California High School Exit Exam controversy, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris released the following statement: