KNX On Your Corner: Kaiser PermanenteThe largest employer in the city of Downey is Kaiser Permanente where more than 5,000 people work.
Woman Who Sued Kaiser Over Lost Leg Awarded $28.2MAn L.A. jury has awarded $28.2 million to a woman who said treatment delays by Kaiser Permanent doctors cost her a leg.
Man Severely Burned While Trying To Steal Copper WiringA man was in extremely critical condition Friday after being shocked while trying to steal copper wiring.
Kaiser Mental Health Workers Begin Weeklong Strike At Calif. HospitalsMental health professionals working at Kaiser hospitals Monday began a weeklong statewide strike protesting the provider's "chronic failure to provide . . . quality mental health care."
Man Faces Felony Count In Striking Dog With Metal ChainA man faces one felony count of animal cruelty for allegedly striking his German Sheppard named Kaiser with a metal chain leash.
Dad Says Hospital Mistake Has His Premature Son On Life Support"He's still fighting, still fighting. He's a trouper, that kid," said the boy's father.
'Gay Blood Drive' To Highlight FDA Donor RestrictionsA Southland film director is organizing what's being billed as the "first-ever nationwide gay blood drive" to increase pressure on federal regulators to lift a ban against blood donors who have had male-to-male sex.
Retired San Diego Sheriff's Deputy Missing, Last Seen In DowneyA retired San Diego Sheriff's deputy with schizophrenia has gone missing, and his family is asking for the public's help to find him.
25K Kaiser Nurses Across California To Strike For 3 DaysRoughly 25,000 Kaiser Permanente nurses across California are on strike. Several non-essential surgeries were canceled Wednesday at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Hollywood, where 1,000 workers are rallying outside the building.
Kaiser Donates $465K To Food Banks For Fruits, VeggiesThe ten grants totaling will go to provide fresh fruits and vegetables and other healthy foods to the needy.
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California's 7 Largest Insurers Face Nearly $5M In FinesCalifornia's seven largest health insurers face nearly $5 million in fines for failing to pay hospitals and physicians fairly and on time, following an 18-month audit by a state regulator, an official said Monday.