Proposed Class Action Claims Nissan Altima Has Dangerous Stalling DefectNissan faces a proposed class-action lawsuit over the safety of its 2013-2014 model year Altima vehicles. The lawsuit claims that the vehicles’ transmissions are defective and can cause the vehicles...

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Will Banning Online Sales of E-Cigarettes Cut Back on Underage Use?After declaring the teen vaping crisis an epidemic, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it was considering banning online sales of e-cigarettes. In a panel hosted by Axios, FDA...

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Los Angeles Sheriffs Launch Gun Safety CampaignThe Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department recently launched a campaign focused on gun safety, with an emphasis on keeping guns out of the hands of children. The campaign comprised public...

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20 Killed in New York Limousine CrashTwenty people were killed in a limousine crash in New York Saturday. It was the deadliest U.S. transportation-related crash since 2009. The crash occurred when a limousine driver sped through...

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Honda Recalls Vehicles for Faulty Backup CameraHonda has issued a recall for roughly 232,000 vehicles in the U.S. for a software malfunction that affects the backup camera display. The recall includes 2018 Accords and 2019 Insight...

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Motorized Scooter Rider Convicted of DUI in Los AngelesBird scooters and other motorized scooters have become a popular mode of transportation in many of the nation’s cities. But they become a problem when people use them as transportation...

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Tractor-Trailer Driver Convicted of Manslaughter for Fatal CrashThe tractor-trailer driver responsible for a 2014 fatal crash near the Fort Irwin National Training Center was convicted of involuntary manslaughter Tuesday. The driver, 51-year-old Steven Kilty, faces a maximum...

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NTSB Issues Recommendations for Pedestrian SafetyThe National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued new pedestrian safety recommendations for vehicles. After a two year investigation on pedestrian safety, the agency presented 11 recommendations. Most of the...

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Bicyclist Left with Brain Damage After Crash Awarded $9.1 MillionA bicyclist who suffered brain damage in an accident on Pacific Coast Highway in 2014 will receive $9.1 million. A jury found Caltrans and the City of Los Angeles liable...

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Ground Beef Recalled for E. Coli ContaminationMore than 132,000 pounds of ground beef has been recalled by Cargill Meat Solutions for E. coli contamination. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 18 people have...

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Can a Hotel be Liable for Your Injuries?If you are staying in a hotel, you have certain expectations about your experience. Regardless of the kind of hotel or the reason for your stay, you expect to be...

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Victims of Payday Loan Scam Will Receive RefundVictims who were scammed by AMG Services, an online payday lender, will receive a refund from a recent settlement. The payday loan scheme was run by former race car driver...

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Hesperia Driver Crashes After Falling Asleep at the WheelA driver fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into a light pole in Hesperia early Thursday morning. The accident occurred around 12:23 a.m. at the intersection of Cottonwood Avenue...

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Drive Safely: I-10 Paving Project to Last into 2019Last month, Caltrans confirmed that a major traffic delay on I-10 was related to a paving project, which is taking place Monday through Friday from midnight to 2 p.m. The...

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Tips for Safely Installing a Child Car SeatCar seats have made vehicles considerably safer for young children. In fact, car seats, when used correctly, can reduce the risk of death in a vehicle by as much as...

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New Trials will Consider Punitive Damages in Risperdal CasesIt has been nearly three years since Philadelphia juries awarded compensatory damages to two victims who suffered injuries from using the drug Risperdal. Now, a judge has ruled for new...

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