Health officials in California issue warning after new vaping death

A California county is warning residents not to use e-cigarette products after connecting a local death to the devices. Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency issued the warning on Twitter late Monday after confirming an individual died from complications related to vaping. Dr. Karen Haught, Tulare County public health officer, told the Los Angeles Times the resident’s death is “suspected… Keep Reading

Turlock Woman Accused Of Financial Abuse Of An Elder In Escalon

ESCALON (CBS13) — A 36-year-old woman was arrested in Escalon on charges of identity theft and financial abuse of an elder, Escalon police said. On September 9, a detective took a 91-year-old’s report of financial abuse who had 15 unauthorized charges on her debit card totaling over $1,200. ALSO: Suspects Arrested For Alleged Kidnapping, Rape Of Sacramento… Keep Reading

Four Nurse Practitioners Accused in Calif. Death Certificate Project

In addition to publicly calling out 64 physicians for overprescribing dangerous drugs, the California's Death Certificate Project has now threatened the licenses of four nurse practitioners for negligence after an investigation linked their prescribing to patients' fatal overdoses. One of the accused, Sharon Anne Whittemore of San Bruno, was prompted to surrender her license after the board found she… Keep Reading

City Council approves more cannabis agreements

A second round of development agreements with participants in the cannabis pilot program were approved by the Turlock City Council on Tuesday, furthering the process for two out-of-town dispensaries that hope to set up shop on Golden State Boulevard. Development agreements, used in conjunction with conditional use permits, allow for the regulation of cannabis businesses… Keep Reading

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