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San Leandro Teen Vaping Teen vaping in San Leandro is declining thanks to local students taking a stand against vaping. One San Leandro High School (SLHS) teacher’s efforts to help students take a stand against teen vaping was featured in a recent issue of California Educator magazine. He is a social studies teacher at the…

Automation Threatening Longshoremen Jobs Automation is taking over LA seaports and workers are divided on welcoming the future. Longshoremen and warehouse workers have been fighting strongly against robots taking over their jobs. Truck drivers, on the other hand, are welcoming automation with open arms. The arrival of robotic automation is creating a lot of friction…

A New HIV Strain Detected For the first time in 19 years, a new HIV strain has been detected. A research group at Abbot healthcare is responsible for discovering the new HIV strain. They are constantly looking for new strains in order to ensure that diagnostic tests for blood screening and detecting infectious diseases remain…

A San Leandro Pedestrian Was Killed In A San Leandro Hit-and-Run Crash On Hesperian Boulevard Responding CHP authorities were dispatched to Hesperian Boulevard near Lewelling Boulevard after receiving notification of the incident which took place around midnight. Officials have confirmed that an unidentified man had been crossing Hesperian before being struck by an unknown motorist…

A Mysterious Crop Of Deadly Vaping-Related Lung Illnesses Continues To Grow At least 530 cases of serious vaping-related lung issues have been reported to the CDC in recent months across 38 US states, plus the US Virgin Islands. So far, the lung problems have led to several medically-induced comas and eight deaths. The most recent…

New “Gig Economy” Labor Laws To Take Effect January 1, 2020 California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 5 which aims to modify labor laws by reclassifying rideshare operators and other “gig economy” workers from independent contractors to employees,  extending employee benefits to them. The Governor stated that when workers are misclassified as independent contractors…

If Guard Dogs Maul A Trespasser To Death Is The Dog Owner Liable For Their Death? Irving, Texas – Guard dogs killed a teenaged boy who was trespassing on private property. The 16-year-old boy decided to enter the fenced-in private property around 4:30 am. There were “do not enter” as well as “beware of dog” signs…

California Proposes A Soda Tax To Combat Obesity & Diabetes Californians may have to pay an extra soda tax when they purchase any variety of sugary beverages. This was thought of as a way to combat obesity and diabetes that many Californians, as with the entire country, struggle with. The idea of a soda tax…

What Do All Mass Shootings Have In Common? Opinion – Mass shootings seem to have become commonplace in today’s society. This is a hotly debated topic with a major political ripple effect. Over the past 20 years, practically every mass shooting, including isolated shootings and suicides, have one concerning thing in common. Psychotropic Drugs The evidence…

Merril Hoge, Former Running Back For The Pittsburg Steelers and ESPN Analyst Is Suing The Makers Of Roundup For Causing His Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Merril Hoge, 54, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2003. He has been in remission ever since receiving treatment for the cancer. His lawsuit was filed in an Idaho district court. Merril…

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