LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Actor Luke Perry, who starred on the long-running hit show “Beverly Hills, 90210,” suffered a stroke Wednesday.,(Getty Images)

Perry, 52, was taken by ambulance to a Los Angeles-area hospital after paramedics responded to his home in Sherman Oaks.,A representative for Perry told ET he remained under observation at the hospital.,It’s unclear if Perry will be part of the show.,Perry currently stars in the CW show “Riverdale.” read more

On January 12, investigators say the body of 65-year-old Michael Redlick was discovered inside the Winter Park home that he shared with his wife, 45-year-old Danielle Justin Redlick.,On the same day that the investigation into Michael Redlick's death had begun, police learned that Danielle Redlick violated a probation rquirement that she abstain from alcohol.,According to a police report, Danielle Redlick first told authorities that her husband may have had a fatal heart attack, but she later told them he had stabbed himself.,Police say she also admitted that she and her husband were the only two people at their home at the reported time of her husband's death.,Court records show that Danielle Redlick filed for divorce from her husband last March, but she later withdrew and they never got divorced.

During the game, the host’s dog, a Staffordshire bull terrier mixed breed, spends the evening hanging out near the poker table munching on a meaty hambone.,Nonetheless, this oft vilified dog (pit bull is actually not a breed, but an umbrella term that includes many breeds that descended from bulldogs and terriers), boasts many devoted advocates and dedicated defenders who passionately proclaim the pit bull “breeds” should not be condemned because of a few bad actors.,Initially, pit bull breeds were was trained for bull baiting and dog fighting, and evolved tremendous jaw strength and an aggressive swagger along the way.,Pit bulls accounted for 284 (that’s 66 percent) of those deaths despite the fact that the dog represents only about six percent of the country’s entire canine population.,That’s right, it was my former student’s whose-life-I-saved dog that attacked me and sent me to the ER that night, an event which, in a remarkable coincidence, also occurred the week before Christmas as did his alcoholic misadventure more than forty years before.

• Doug Ford made a quick stop in Kingston on Sunday to greet supporters five days before voters choose a new government for Ontario.,• A Kingston Health Sciences Centre cardiologist has co-written a study to send out an alert to colleagues across North America to be on the lookout for a condition known as Lyme carditis, which is related to Lyme disease and affects the electricity of the heart.,After 23 years as a Liberal riding provincially, Kingston and the Islands voted the NDP’s Ian Arthur to be its member of the provincial parliament, squeezing ahead of Liberal incumbent Sophie Kiwala and the Progressive Conservatives’ Gary Bennett.,• Anna Workman of the Kingston Blues is the golden girl once again at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships.,• The city’s planning committee voted unanimously late last week to approve a large apartment complex on Princess Street in the Williamsville District corridor, clearing another hurdle for Podium Developments, the building’s owner.

Joseph Brandt, a retired fire chief and current firefighter with Bascom Joint Fire District, said when he began looking for the truck, he didn’t even know if it still existed, because so many old trucks are scrapped.,After a phone call to the present owner, Brandt said it was confirmed that the truck was indeed the old original motorized fire apparatus of the Bascom Community Fire Department.,Brandt said J. Garfield Haugh, an entrepreneur who created Meadowbrook Park, orchestrated a meeting on Nov. 29, 1927, where John Grogg and several others from Tiffin Fire Department gave presentations on forming a fire department and about fire operations, and a committee was formed for truck purchasing.,Director Tonia Hoffert of Seneca County Museum said Haugh personally helped buy the fire truck.,Brandt said the owner wants $40,000 for the restored fire truck, but Ardner said $50,000 will need to be raised to bring it here and to get it lettered and stored.

LAGUNA BEACH, CA - The Spark of Love Toy Drive enjoyed record success in Laguna Beach, a spokesperson said, filling an entire trolley with toys for the needy kids of Orange County.,"We want to thank the residents of Laguna Beach for their generous donations which helped us make this year's Spark of Love campaign another huge success," said Laguna Beach Firefighter Paramedic Pat Cary.,The Spark of Love campaign is the only one created and operated by Firefighters.,Together, the Orange County Toy Collaborative collects and distributes approximately 400,000 toys annually to children who would otherwise not be receiving gifts this holiday season.,For more information on the Spark of Love campaign, please contact Firefighter Pat Cary at (949)

497-0700. read more

Westport Volunteer Emergency Medical Service has received an $80,000 grant from the Daniel Edward Offutt, III Private Foundation Trust to purchase a new state-of-the-art cardiac monitor/defibrillator and to help fund the purchase of a new paramedic fly car, according to a news release.,Nevertheless, large grants like the one from the Daniel Offutt Trust have become essential because of new technology and super inflation in our costs,” said Yves Cantin, president of Westport Volunteer EMS.,This year, the Westport Historical Society revives the Winter Solstice tale-telling tradition invites the community to join in Yule traditions and honor the Winter Solstice.,Steve Sherman, a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley’s Westport office at 500 Post Road, has been named a 2018 Five Star Professional Wealth Manager.,Longtime Westport resident Andrea Pouliot has been named to the new role of manager of events and membership at the Westport Arts Center, according to a news release.

Westport Volunteer Emergency Medical Service has received an $80,000 grant from the Daniel Edward Offutt, III Private Foundation Trust to purchase a new state-of-the-art cardiac monitor/defibrillator and to help fund the purchase of a new paramedic fly car, according to a news release.,Nevertheless, large grants like the one from the Daniel Offutt Trust have become essential because of new technology and super inflation in our costs,” said Yves Cantin, president of Westport Volunteer EMS.,This year, the Westport Historical Society revives the Winter Solstice tale-telling tradition invites the community to join in Yule traditions and honor the Winter Solstice.,Steve Sherman, a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley’s Westport office at 500 Post Road, has been named a 2018 Five Star Professional Wealth Manager.,Longtime Westport resident Andrea Pouliot has been named to the new role of manager of events and membership at the Westport Arts Center, according to a news release.

As a teenager, Beth Dobbin suffered an epileptic seizure so severe it left her unable to walk, talk or even recognise her own father., Here, 24-year-old Dobbin tells BBC Sport about her seizure, thinking microwaves were cupboards and issuing parking tickets to keep her Olympic dreams alive., Tuesday, 13 November 2007 was just another school day for 13-year-old Dobbin., Dobbin fell unconscious for 15 minutes and paramedics initially thought she had suffered a stroke as she had lost all movement down her left side., Dobbin spent a week in hospital following the seizure, and her ability to walk started to return slowly but her difficulty with speech proved more problematic.