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No. 8 UCLA beats No. 3 Baylor 82-68
Monique Billings scored 21 points, Jordin Canada added 20 points and No. 8 UCLA defeated third-ranked Baylor 82-68 for the Bruins' first win over the Lady Bears since 1996
President Trump a hit among residents in Chinese neighborhood
One resident said if President Trump "continues down this path, then all will be solved in this world."
Wendy Williams addresses 'scary' fall on national TV
After Wendy Williams fainted on live national television Tuesday -- saying then it was the result of heat exhaustion -- the daytime talk show host is addressing the "scary" episode. "A lot of people thought it was a joke. No, it was not a joke," Williams told her audience on Wednesday. "I’m a tall
Truck driver pleads guilty in human smuggling case that led to 10 deaths
A man accused of transporting undocumented immigrants in a brutally hot tractor-trailer, resulting in the deaths of 10 people, has pleaded guilty to the federal charges against him. James Matthew Bradley Jr., 61, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to transport aliens resulting in death and
Hot car deaths can happened year round, Consumer Reports finds
Hot cars can be a threat for children even during the cooler months of the year, according to new findings released today by Consumer Reports . The new warning for parents states that even though the hot summer months have ended, the temperatures inside a closed car can still rise to potentially
94-year-old sues Florida nursing home where 8 residents died in wake of Irma
A 94-year-old woman living at the Florida nursing home where eight residents died after an air conditioning system failed in the wake of Hurricane Irma is now suing the rehabilitation center, claiming it showed "negligence and reckless indifference" toward its elderly residents. Rosa Cabrera's
8 dead at Florida nursing home after Irma
Authorities also evacuated 170 people from the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills after Irma knocked out the center's air conditioning.
8 residents found dead in Florida nursing home
They were found after the air conditioning failed, and the center was evacuated this morning.
Millions of people across 5 states remain without power after Irma
Thousands of utility workers are attempting to restore power to nearly 4.9 million Americans as concerns of heat exhaustion and carbon monoxide poisoning from generators are on the rise.
Why hurricanes can be especially difficult for senior citizens
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have shown the tremendous risks to the health and livelihoods of millions at the hands of dangerous storms. For the elderly who live in hurricane zones, severe storms pose even more of a threat since many have disabilities and medical conditions for which they need