Teen Dies Because of Inadequately Maintained Water Park

July 31, 2021

Earlier this month, what seemed like an eventful day had a devastating turning point and unfortunately resulted in a fatality. On July 20, a 14-year-old girl from Ohio drowned at the Land of Illusion’s Aqua Adventures Water Park. It had been over 30 minutes until Mykiara Jones was discovered.

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500 Pedestrians Injured in the Los Angeles Metro Area in 2020

July 22, 2021

Visitors travel to the West Coast for its beaches, hot weather, and environmental beauty. California sees thousands of tourists a year when they set out to sightsee and enjoy one of the most popular destinations in the U.S. Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents have been on the rise over the past few years among locals and visitors alike.

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Chlorine Shortage: Swim Lessons Get Cancelled Across California

July 16, 2021

Across Los Angeles, adults and children are wondering when they’ll be able to get back in public pools. Parents are especially hoping their kids can return to swimming lessons now that most have been out of the pool for over a year. There is one thing owners across LA lack: chlorine. Because of the chlorine shortage, pools have closed down, leaving many uncertain about what’s next.

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Couple Takes Legal Action After Property Brothers Poor Home Renovation

July 9, 2021

Johnathan and Drew Scott from the infamous HGTV show Property Brothers face the repercussions of an ongoing lawsuit. There are rising tensions that could lead to repercussions in their personal and professional lives.

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Uber, Lyft, and Vaccines: An Unexpected Partnership Under Biden’s Administration

July 2, 2021

In May, the White House announced a mass partnership with Uber and Lyft to offer free rides to vaccine sites as part of President Biden’s initiative to vaccinate 70% of Americans by the Fourth of July.

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Why Truck Drivers Need to Follow the Service Rule

June 25, 2021

Semi-truck drivers across the U.S. are legally required to follow state and federal laws that keep themselves and other drivers safe on the road. The “hours of service” rule limits the number of hours they can operate before taking a break. We understand how difficult it can be to deliver on deadline among traffic or inclement weather but avoiding this policy can lead to severe consequences, including a lawsuit.

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Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant Files Wrongful Death Suit

June 18, 2021

Carol Madden, a Southwest Airlines flight attendant, filed a wrongful death suit against her employer earlier this year. She alleged that her employer exposed her to Covid-19 at a training session, and the company’s lax protocols and contact tracing efforts were to blame for her husband’s passing. He was diagnosed with a severe case of covid-related pneumonia.

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Understaffed California Federal Fire Crews Prepare as Fire Threats Rise

June 12, 2021

According to NBC News, wildfires have charred and demolished more than 4 million acres across California last year. Thickened smoke polluted the air for weeks on end. Because of it, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) is planning for what is to come in the months ahead.

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