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Rain Is Coming: Stay Safe While Driving in the Rain During Rainy Season in San Diego

San Diego rainy season typically goes from November to March meaning that the rain is just around the corner again! Although it doesn’t rain often in Southern California, when it does, the roads can become pretty dangerous. Many drivers aren’t aware of the different safety precautions that must be taken when driving in the rain. …

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North County San Diego High School Faces Assault Investigation

An incident occurred on August 31, 2022 inside the Vista High School varsity football locker room that has led to the school forfeiting all of their football games for the week, Fox5 San Diego reports. Vista High forfeited their freshman, junior varsity, and varsity football games.   According to a release sent out by Vista High, a …

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Governor Newsom Signs First Law to Set Pay and Working Conditions for Fast-Food Workers in California

This past Labor Day Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, signed a new law that set wages and working standards for fast food workers in the state. The new law is called the “Fast Food Accountability and Standards Recovery Act” and according to the Sacremento Bee, the new law creates the first labor council in the nation …

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San Diego County Pays $8.1 Million Following a Sheriff Deputy’s Fatal Shooting of an Unarmed Man

On May 1st, 2020, 36-year-old Nicholas Bils was arrested by two State Park rangers at the historic Old Town State Park in San Diego. Bils, who suffered from schizophrenia, was pitching golf balls for his dog to chase. According to the lawsuit filed by Bils family, rangers arrested Bils because his dog was off leash, …

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US Supreme Court Rejects Airlines on California Rest-Break Law

California law requires that workers get a break at least every five hours. During that break workers are required to be completely “off duty.” This California Rest-Break law has created problems within the airline industry. Federal regulations require that flight attendants be ready at all times for emergencies and remain on duty for phases of …

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Daily Harvest Recalls Lentils After Customers Fall Dangerously Ill

Daily Harvest, a frozen meal-kit delivery service, announced a recall of its French Lentil + Leek Crumbles on June 17th, 2022. The company allegedly sent an email stating, “A small number of customers have reported gastrointestinal discomfort after consuming our French Lentil + Leek Crumbles.” However, Daily Harvest did not issue a public company announcement …

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California Wrongful Death Lawsuit Emerges after Girls Die during Tik Tok “Blackout Challenge”

Tik Tok, the popular new social media platform allows its users to post short videos and share them with other users. The new platform gained mass popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic and now boasts over 1 billion active monthly users. However, the platform has a long and controversial history when looking at its time in …

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This Week in San Diego Personal Injury News—May 8th, 2022

Personal injury law appears in everyday life, all the time. In order to stay current on various personal injury news in San Diego, follow along with Hariri’s weekly newsletter. Driver Charged in Sports Arena crash (CBS 8) Police have charged the man responsible for a crash that resulted in the death of two people has …

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