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Harry Anderson, known for role on TV's 'Night Court,' dies at 65

Harry Anderson, known for role on TV's 'Night Court,' dies at 65



2018-04-16T23:24:27+0000

BREAKING NEWS: Harry Anderson, the actor best known for his role as Judge Harry Stone on the TV comedy "Night Court," has died. He was 65.

Harry Anderson, the actor best known for his role in the TV comedy "Night Court," has died. He was 65.



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Oakland Tribune

Lots of Bay Area sports action and more in our staff Pictures of the Week! bayareane.ws/2Kc9YuC ...

Here is a good example of standing wave clouds developing across the Tehachapi Mountains this morning. The SW to NE alignment of these cloud waves tell you that gusty NW winds are developing behind an exiting front. There is enough moisture with in a horizontal layer near the ridgetop that allows clouds to develop, then quickly dissipate out on either side of the cloud due to the wave action of the air moving over the mountains. ...

 

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Rick Messier

Good afternoon from the Day/Swing Shifts.

Well, the area is still on track for a quick shot of precipitation tonight and Thursday as a weak system moves across the area. At this time, the best chances for measurable precipitation look to be across the Central Coast. Rainfall totals are generally expected to range around 0.10 inches or less with locally higher amounts (up to 0.25") possible across the Central Coast. Snow levels will drop to around 4000 feet, so there could be some light snow accumulations in the local mountains.

As the system moves through, gusty northwesterly winds will develop across the area on Thursday. Wind gusts between 35 and 55 MPH will be possible across the mountains and northerly wind-prone areas.

For Friday through the weekend, high pressure is forecast to build over the West Coast. So, warmer and drier conditions can be expected for the area. ...

Good afternoon from the Day/Swing Shifts.

Well, the area is still on track for a quick shot of precipitation tonight and Thursday as a weak system moves across the area. At this time, the best chances for measurable precipitation look to be across the Central Coast. Rainfall totals are generally expected to range around 0.10 inches or less with locally higher amounts (up to 0.25) possible across the Central Coast. Snow levels will drop to around 4000 feet, so there could be some light snow accumulations in the local mountains. 

As the system moves through, gusty northwesterly winds will develop across the area on Thursday. Wind gusts between 35 and 55 MPH will be possible across the mountains and northerly wind-prone areas. 

For Friday through the weekend, high pressure is forecast to build over the West Coast. So, warmer and drier conditions can be expected for the area.

 

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Thanks for the info and keep up the great work!

Windy conditions will affect portions of SW California tonight into Tuesday morning. Blowing dust will affect some areas - mostly in the Antelope Valley, but other areas may be affected as well. It will feel chilly due to the gusty winds and colder temperatures following today's frontal passage. ...

Windy conditions will affect portions of SW California tonight into Tuesday morning. Blowing dust will affect some areas - mostly in the Antelope Valley, but other areas may be affected as well. It will feel chilly due to the gusty winds and colder temperatures following todays frontal passage.

Strong west to northwest winds over the nearshore Coastal Waters will continue through late tonight. Steep, rough seas are expected with dangerous ocean conditions. ...

Strong west to northwest winds over the nearshore Coastal Waters will continue through late tonight. Steep, rough seas are expected with dangerous ocean conditions.

 

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Cant remember the last time we had winds like this from that direction.

April 2018 California Drought Condition Update.

For more information visit www.drought.gov. ...

April 2018 California Drought Condition Update. 

For more information visit www.drought.gov.

 

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Gale Watch in effect for the nearshore waters south of Point Conception Monday afternoon through late Monday evening. Winds northwest 20 to 30 knots with gusts to 35 knots and steep rough seas building to 7 to 9 feet. Not a good day to be on the ocean, especially in a small boat. ...

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Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Last year, Gabby, 13, began to feel pain in her left knee. A month later, she was walking with a noticeable limp. After a visit to their local pediatrician, Gabby’s mom received a call to let them know to head to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles immediately. It was here at CHLA where they found out the result of her pain: aggressive, metastatic, osteosarcoma or also known as bone cancer.

Since her diagnosis, Gabby has spent many days in the hospital receiving chemotherapy or treatments to help the side effects of chemotherapy. There were many bad days with pain and nausea, but a therapy dog visit changed that around.

“The dog jumped up on her bed and in that second, all her pain and nausea was forgotten about,” says Kristi, Gabby’s mom. “All she was focused on was the dog.”

Gabby has always been a huge dog lover and to be able to receive this kind of comfort from the Amerman Family Foundation Dog Therapy Program makes a big impact while she’s in the hospital. For instance, Camper, a Golden Retriever, was present when Gabby’s nerve blocks needed to be removed; She barely flinched.

Gabby has met 38 out of 125 therapy dogs since she started her journey here at CHLA. That number grew to 81 when Gabby participated in our Dog Therapy Appreciation Day this past Wednesday. There were 43 dogs present with their owners to help celebrate three consecutive years of therapy dogs on duty every day at CHLA.

“On average, we have five dogs a day visiting and an average of 1,155 patients get a personalized one-on-one therapy dog encounter every month,” says Kate Buhrmaster, program manager of the Dog Therapy Program.

The work that our fur and human volunteers put in each day at CHLA is unmeasurable. Thank you to all of Dog Therapy for providing joy, comfort and distraction for families and patients like Gabby!

To learn more about the program, visit CHLA.org/DogTherapy ...

 

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How wonderful that CHLA treats the whole child and not just their disease. I have seen many posts about therapy dogs. celebrity visits, and special parties for the children. CHLA seems to really understand that sick children need to be treated like children and not just like patients. What a wonderful hospital.

Going to get my two dogs trained through Pet Partners. I already started the volunteer process. I think this would be a great area to volunteer at CHLA. I have seen first hand through my daughter Sarah, the joy it brings when a dog comes and visits.
This is a pic of Penny the English Bulldog.

Jozeline Galilea 2 years cancer free 🙏💕

Joseph 💙. (cancer free)

The therapy dogs at CHLA are priceless!! Truly brought sunshine to our son's treatment stays. He battled osteosarcoma as well. Prayers on their way for you Gabby!!!!

Blondie 💕
His handler said that he stopped at my daughter’s door. My daughter was missing her dog at the time. The visit with Simba made her day.

Blondie paid her a visit as well.

Our poodle Milo met Gabby last week at Dog Therapy Appreciation Day! So happy to be one of her 81!🐩🐩❤️

That's awesome. My son has 40 dog cards from his stay. He got out of there healthy and hopefully it's only check ups for life and no return of the tumor. God bless chla

🙏 for Gabby and all the children at CHLA! Therapy dogs are the best! ❤️

I am absolutely in tears. Thank you to these wonderful people and dogs and help in countless ways. Continued prayers for Gabby and her wonderful family.

That’s the best thing !
When my daughter was been treat ar CHLA the dogs made her day brighter!!
Priceless ❤️

Thank god for all the dogs and their people - so special. 😍🐶🐕🐩😍 <3 you Gabby

Amazing!! I love it !! These dogs are really special!! So much compassion ❤❤

The dogs really made the older folks really happy. We were so happy when they made their rounds 😁

Gabby, you look adorable with all your fur babies.💗💗💗🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

My son is going through cancer we are at Children's Hospital of Atlanta every time when he see the therapy dogs he has a smile.

What an AMAZING program! How wonderful that they chose Gabby! I absolutely love this!

The love and warmth a pet can bring is truly a blessing and miraculous. Love to you , Gaby ❤️❤️

I know our Annabel loves these dogs visits😊 Thank you so much!

that is awesome my brother had a therapy dog that visited hospitals

A really great program! My son loved it. Thank you.

What a wonderful wonderful place. My son spent a week here when he was a baby. 💗 I wish I lived closer to volunteer

That's wonderful!!!

Love the dogs at CHLA!

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