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March 2012 Archives

California health officials recall some raw milk products

Many people in California take for granted the safe and abundant food supply they enjoy every day. The state is one of the world's most prolific agriculture producers, and the high quality of its products is known around the country and around the world. So when unsafe products are put on the market, the potential for adverse effects is high.

Focus on teen driving paying dividends in form of fewer accidents

In California and around the country, the drivers on our highways who are the most excited to be on the road are the ones who are often the most dangerous: young people. The accident rate for drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 is four times as high as the accident rate for drivers who are 20 years old or older. Car crashes are the leading cause of death for American teenagers.

Three California companies fined for workplace accident

California is a crucial cog in the economy of the United States. In fact, the state's economy is so large it would rank as one of the world's biggest if it were its own country. However, with all that success comes the potential for dangerous working conditions and workplace accidents at the state's many places of business.

Cars that drive themselves already roaming California highways

Many car accidents in California are caused by something preventable: human error. Whether it's a distracted driver talking on a cell phone, a drowsy driver crossing the center line or an inexperienced driver who makes a bad decision, scores of accidents every year are brought about by drivers being human. Some studies have shown human error is to blame in more than 90 percent of all car crashes.

Pedestrians waiting for a bus critically hurt after car crash

Six people waiting for a rush-hour bus were critically hurt in a car accident last week in South Los Angeles, California, when a man driving 80 mph in the bus lane off the 110 Freeway plowed into them. The 51-year-old driver, who was also injured, failed a field sobriety test, according to officials.

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