Medicare’s nursing home star rating system has reduced usage of antipsychotics but advocates say there is still a long way to go in lowering overuse.
The investigation found 1,841 out of 374,266 students in the 20 largest school districts were referred to police and 198 students were arrested during the 2013-2014 school year. While children with disabilities made up only 10 percent of the student population, they accounted for 27 percent of the students referred to law enforcement, and 23 […]
Gail Cottrell received an incorrectly-written ticket that caused her to miss a court date. Fines and fees for the unpaid balance on a $25 ticket have inflated to $497.
Kern County school have been adjusting to new rules and policies for transgender students.
Pacific Skies Estates tenants were given notices threatening eviction and told that they had two months to find somewhere else to go.
Children who travel to the U.S. from Latin America rely on the services of Centro Legal.
Former students of Heald College are discovering that their credits may not be transferable and not everyone will qualify for loan forgiveness, leaving many with large sums of debt.