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CBS2’s Pat Harvey talked to a local mom and wine enthusiast — who drank two glasses of wine a day for the last 25 years — about her decision to moderate her drinking.
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They say the water is perfectly safe to drink – but residents call it embarrassing.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors was expected to vote Tuesday on an ordinance that would fine and potentially jail parents who knowingly allow alcohol to be served to kids at their homes.
Student government at the University of Southern California held a meeting Tuesday night to discuss what some say is a dangerous new level of student drinking on campus.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker wants to bring free drinking water back to Los Angeles.