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Christine Stewart fondly remembers her stepson Cameron before his life was taken by opioid addiction in June 2018. "There are just so many great memories of Cameron," said Stewart. "Cameron was the kind of person that, when he came into the room he just lit it up because he had that big personality, he was a great kid. " Statistics from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) show that there were 2,196 opioid overdose-related deaths in 2017.

Everyone’s story is different. Your background, your experiences, the way you’re wired – it all affects your story. When you call, we’re going to listen to t...

As veterans who paid the ultimate sacrifice are remembered this Memorial Day, two local veterans are giving back to those who suffer from PTSD and addiction. U. S. Army veterans Michael Wesley French and Rodney Thorne may have left behind the battlefield, but their battle isn’t over. "I got into drinking heavily and for me, it lead to smoking a little weed, and I dove into cocaine," French said. Both soldiers returned to civilian life in the 1990’s.

“Saturday Night Live” alum Chris Kattan claimed in his upcoming memoir that he broke his neck while performing a sketch which led to years of drug addiction struggles.

This is what drug addiction did for Nicole Norwood. She lost her savings and her apartment. She lost custody of her 5-year-old son and she nearly lost her life. She bottomed out sleeping in her car, landing...

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are helping to bring Shout, an affiliate of Crisis Text Line, to the U.K.

2017-2018 brings Last In Line into the studio to record “Last In Line II” an even stronger mix of original songs. What started as a casual Dio band reunion jam in a Los Angeles rehearsal room in 2011 has grown into a fully-fledged project that has taken on a life of its own.

The talk show host promises to help those struggling through her recently launched Hunter Foundation

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As the opioid crisis continues across the nation, health care professionals in Butte County are trying to make big changes to their practices locally. Butte County Public Health, along with the Butte-Glenn Opioid Safety Coalition, held an educational Opioid Symposium for Health Care Professionals Friday in Chico to address the opioid challenges they face and how to improve patient outcomes.

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“It became an outlet for all of the tension, stresses, compulsivity. I funneled the addiction, frankly, into that,” said the Parks & Rec actor. 

Cubensis plays complete shows covering all eras of the Grateful Dead, and no night is ever the same. Cubensis is far more than just your standard cover band...

Maoli took the islands by storm in 2008 with their debut album entitled, “Groovin,” having one hit after the next. This was the groundbreaking album that first established the group as a premiere Hawaiian Island Reggae recording band.

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Take care of yourself over the holidays. It's the best gift you can give yourself and everyone you love.

The short answer, and this may be hard to believe, is that most organizations actually under-communicate. We’re all inundated with communications today - e-mails, texts, phone calls, etc, but the vast majority of that communication focuses squarely on operational, fire-fighting, business as usual activities. What we lack are communications on the most important topic for any organization: Strategy and how it will be effectively executed

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It’s not just about being able to see the latest photos of your grandchildren anymore. Older adults are learning about computer programming and how using technology can help them feel younger and less isolated.

Any framework that has been used successfully by thousands of organizations, including some of the corporate titans like Google, must have merit, and OKRs are no exception. There is inherent value in the system. What can be “overrated” are the expectations organizations bring to their use of OKRs
Like any other management intervention, OKRs must be ingrained in the fabric of the organization in order to…

The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office is asking for the public’s help to identify a woman, possibly in her late teens, killed by a hit-and-run driver as she walked along state Route 94 earlier this month.

On election night, we all want to know who won what race and which proposition passed – and as soon as possible! But the June 5 gubernatorial primary election results may take a little while to come in.

We're doing what we can to protect trees and be forward thinking when it comes to ways to save them. More than 450 trees have been removed and 4,000 have been planted in their place.

San Diego County residents now have another reason to find and dump out standing water in and around their homes to fight mosquitoes — the aggressive, day-biting Aussie Mozzie has arrived.

You can roll your old, gasoline-powered lawn mowers and other gas-fueled gardening equipment down to SDCCU Stadium on Saturday, May 12, and come away with new, zero-emission models. The new mowers are only $99.99 and chainsaws, hedge trimmers and string trimmers are $79.99.

With temperatures rising this weekend and summer coming, the County of San Diego is scheduled on Wednesday to drop its first round of larvicide this year on roughly 48 rivers, streams, ponds and other waterways to kill mosquito larvae.

Volunteering with the County of San Diego is an opportunity to give back to your community. On Tuesday, the County’s large volunteer force was recognized at an annual ceremony at the County Administration Center, prior to the Board of Supervisors meeting.

Raise awareness about mental illness by joining the upcoming NAMI San Diego 5K Walk/Run and HHSA Wellness Expo.

It’s still cool outside, but spring has sprung — and that means it’s time again to break out the supplies, roll up your sleeves and start those major spring cleaning projects. We have five tips to make this your best, safest, spring cleaning ever.

Do you know how to survive in the wild? Join a ranger to learn the skills you need to stay safe outdoors. Get info on what to do if you get separated from your group, how to prepare for a hike, how to build shelter, how to be fire safe, and how to understand the environment around you.

There’s still time left in our rainy season — and there’s still time to get a cool, top-of-the-line rain barrel from the County of San Diego’s Watershed Protection Program and the Solana Center.

On the hunt for some family-friendly fun this spring? County Parks and Recreation has several egg hunts planned for every-bunny this month.

The San Diego County Employees’ Charitable Organization (CECO) donated $167,990 in grants to 100 local nonprofit programs located throughout the San Diego region on Thursday at its annual awards breakfast at the County Operations Center.