One Year From Today You Must Have A Real ID

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – One year from today people will need a REAL ID to fly domestically or enter secure federal facilities or military bases. Starting October 1, 2020, people will not be allowed to use their old driver’s license or state-issued identification. You can use a valid passport, military ID, Global Entry Card, or other federally… Keep Reading

$3.7M Settlement Reached In Pep Boys Lawsuit: Alameda County DA

ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA — A multi-million dollar settlement has been reached following allegations by Alameda County and other California counties that retailer Pep Boys violated California laws by routinely and illegally disposing of automotive fluids, used motor oil and other hazardous wastes into trash bins destined for municipal landfills, according to a news release from… Keep Reading

Student vaping epidemic has California schools frantically mobilizing

Students at Crescenta Valley High School have created an anti-vaping app. At nearby Rosemont Middle School, 55 students have joined an anti-vaping club. Santa Monica schools have booked 20 anti-vaping and drug awareness student assemblies and parent meetings. Staffers at various Southern California campuses are stepping up patrols of hidden nooks, installing costly detection devices,… Keep Reading

Falck fined $370,000 for slow responses in California

The ambulance company recently selected to take over for AMR at the end of the year is falling far short of expectations in a California county where it took over a similar contract in July. Falck Alameda County received a letter this week from the Alameda County EMS Director, claiming the company has failed to… Keep Reading

Pedestrian struck and killed at Keyes Road on-ramp

A Modesto man was killed Monday night when he was hit by a vehicle at the Keyes Road on-ramp on Highway 99. The name of the deceased is not being released pending next of kin notification. The California Highway Patrol stated the man was 57 years old. The collision happened around 9:15 p.m. Monday. Matthew… Keep Reading

California health officials warn against using any vaping products

The California Department of Public Health issued a health advisory Tuesday urging people to stay away from all vaping products as health officials expect to see even more cases of lung illnesses from vaping. The advisory urges everyone to refrain from vaping, no matter the substance or source, until current investigations into the cause of the illnesses… Keep Reading

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