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August 8, 1991
Approximately 3,250 people die from cancer every year in Orange County. That's one out of every four deaths in the county. And studies show that one out of every five deaths in children ages 1 through 14 will be caused by cancer. The good news, according to the American Cancer Society's Orange County Unit, is that 50% of the major cancers are preventable and/or curable.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 2001 | DAN JOLING, ASSOCIATED PRESS
A Porsche makes a sudden left turn in front of a man on a motorcycle, who tries to stop using only his rear brake so he can maintain steering. The motorcycle lays down an 86-foot skid but T-bones the oncoming car on the passenger side. Upon impact, the rider flies 84 feet through the air. The motorcycle flips onto the car roof. How fast was the motorcycle traveling? It's not your typical high school physics problem.
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August 29, 1994 | JERRY GILLAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Using videotapes and interactive town hall meetings, the Legislature plans to begin bringing state government closer to high school students through an innovative statewide teaching project called "LegiSchool." The project, which will be operated in partnership with Cal State Sacramento, will use videotapes of legislative floor sessions and live town hall meetings broadcast from the Capitol.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 2000 | KATIE COOPER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Responding to demand from the region's biotechnology companies for more skilled workers, Ventura College has unveiled a new outreach program to encourage county high school students to pursue such careers. Beginning this fall, students in science classrooms across the county will be told of the increasing job opportunities in the local biotechnology industry. Several companies have recently announced plans for significant new hires. Baxter Health Care Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 2000 | KATIE COOPER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Responding to demand from the region's biotechnology companies for more skilled workers, Ventura College has unveiled a new outreach program to encourage county high school students to pursue such careers. Beginning this fall, students in science classrooms across the county will be told of the increasing job opportunities in the local biotechnology industry. Several companies have recently announced plans for significant new hires. Baxter Health Care Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 2001 | DAN JOLING, ASSOCIATED PRESS
A Porsche makes a sudden left turn in front of a man on a motorcycle, who tries to stop using only his rear brake so he can maintain steering. The motorcycle lays down an 86-foot skid but T-bones the oncoming car on the passenger side. Upon impact, the rider flies 84 feet through the air. The motorcycle flips onto the car roof. How fast was the motorcycle traveling? It's not your typical high school physics problem.
NEWS
August 29, 1994 | JERRY GILLAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Using videotapes and interactive town hall meetings, the Legislature plans to begin bringing state government closer to high school students through an innovative statewide teaching project called "LegiSchool." The project, which will be operated in partnership with Cal State Sacramento, will use videotapes of legislative floor sessions and live town hall meetings broadcast from the Capitol.
NEWS
August 8, 1991
Approximately 3,250 people die from cancer every year in Orange County. That's one out of every four deaths in the county. And studies show that one out of every five deaths in children ages 1 through 14 will be caused by cancer. The good news, according to the American Cancer Society's Orange County Unit, is that 50% of the major cancers are preventable and/or curable.
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