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Hit and Run Accidents Increase

February 15, 2019

In a world full of bad news, it is hard to believe that people are all that bad. The truth is, they are. Of course, there are people in this world who do good. There are people who pay-it-forward and help their neighbor. However, there are some people who should spend the rest of their […]


Non-Injury Crash Leads to Man’s Death on the I-10

February 9, 2019

A 28-year-old Santee man was killed Saturday on the westbound I-10 in the aftermath of a non-injury collision. Authorities say that James Kenrod had exited his 2014 Subaru Legacy after the crash, which occurred in the number two lane. The crash had disabled Kerod’s car, and he had stepped out of the car to inspect […]


Recall Issued for Nectarines Sold At Costco: Listeria Found in Samples

February 8, 2019

California shoppers who purchased fresh nectarines at area Costco stores in California and 17 other states need to be aware of a recall that may affect their products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says that Jac. Vandenberg Inc., issued the recall on thousands of pounds of fresh fruit, citing the presence of listeria monocytogenes […]


Good Samaritan Falls To His Death Helping Car Crash Victim

February 2, 2019

An unidentified Good Samaritan fell to his death Wednesday morning, February 6, after stopping to assist the victim of an auto accident. It happened in the early morning hours on a 450-foot-high bridge over Pine Valley Creek, which is located about an hour to the east of San Diego. The man happened upon a crash […]


What is “No Contact” Motorcycle Accident?

February 1, 2019

Most motorcycle accidents have a clear-cut cause—a driver’s car makes physical contact with the motorcycle, causing injury to the motorcyclist. But that’s not always the case. There are also instances when a driver causes a motorcycle accident without ever making contact with the motorcycle itself. These accidents are referred to as “no-contact” accidents, and they […]


New DUI Laws In Effect This Year

January 26, 2019

A new law took full effect across the state of California on January 1 and it is aimed directly at cutting down on DUI accidents. The new law requires that drivers who are repeating DUI offenders, or those who are first-time offenders that cause injuries, to install an ignition interlock device in their vehicles. The […]


Tulare County Man’s 11th DUI Conviction

January 25, 2019

A Tulare County, California, man was recently convicted of his 11th DUI, underscoring why lawmakers recently tightened up the sentencing and penalty guidelines for repeat DUI offenders within the state. Police say the man, Steven Elms, a 44-year-old from Tulare County, was traveling at speeds of up to 90 miles per hour and swerving when […]


One in 10 Crashes Caused By Drowsy Driving, AAA Says

January 19, 2019

AAA recently came out with some startling new data indicating that nearly 10 percent of all crashes, or roughly one out of every 10, is caused by drowsy driving. These numbers are up to eight times federal estimates. However, the difficulty in determining just how many motor vehicle accidents result from drivers driving drowsy lies […]


New Legislation Proposed To Improve Safety

January 18, 2019

We commend State Senator Scott Wiener from San Francisco for proposing legislation aimed at improving the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists on state-owned highways that also serve as surface streets. We know that both of those groups are particularly vulnerable when they are out near other vehicles. Senate Bill 127 would ask Caltrans “to improve […]


Kaiser Study Says Tainted Medicine Reaching Homes and Hospitals

January 12, 2019

Medicine is supposed to make patients better, but what happens when the medicine itself is making a patient sick? Kaiser Health News reviewed thousands of Food and Drug Administration documents in a recent study, including inspection records, warning letters, recalls and filed lawsuits, in an effort to find out how defective and dangerous drugs or […]