September 17, 2019
  • 6:32 pm Sleeping Safely?
  • 6:07 pm On “Duty” Officer Hit with Unexpected Item
  • 7:40 pm Top 5 Reasons Self-Driving Cars Are Dangerous
  • 7:45 am “AOC” Squad Security Concerns
  • 4:55 pm Brooksville Dog Attack

A Tesla operator was seen sleeping behind the wheel, on the Massachusetts Turnpike, this past weekend. A safety experts for automobiles is now calling for more government involvement and surveillance because of it. Sean Kane, a worker at Safety Research and Strategies, Inc. told CBS Boston “What we’re following is a very poor model. One that is destined […]

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Have you ever been driving down the freeway, and out of nowhere a diaper flies straight into your view, causing you to swerve? No? Well that happened to an Indiana State Trooper’s vehicle in Johnston County. Sergeant Stephen Wheeles was driving on I-65 when he noticed a rolled up, dirty diaper being thrown from the […]

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You know, self-driving cars use to be science fiction and now they are right on the border of being mainstream in this day and age. The hope is to have these autonomous car be self-driving without the need for human assistance and intervention or manual navigation. However, one of the common practices in new technology […]

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After Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. voiced their opinions on President Trump and his actions as the leader of the country. As a result of that, they have hired personal security guards to protect them. Although the stats show that the threats towards them are low profile, the women […]

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In Hernando County, Florida a dog bit a woman on the face, after she tried to kiss it, according to the local deputies. Wednesday, early in the morning, the Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies and the local fire rescue team were called. The dog bite took place off of Canal Drive, in Brooksville. Two of the […]

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A report from the S&P Global Ratings expects more defaults and bankruptcies in 2019 and 2020. In 2018, Retail bankruptcies hit an all-time high and it is expected to keep rising. Seems the United States is oversaturated with retail and companies are starting to feel it. Though some of these companies will never re-open their […]

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Parents and students alike are sharing their comments, concerns, and opinions over the new gun law that the state of Florida has passed. According to the Washington Post,”the original guardian program allowed some school staffers to carry guns on campus. The expansion allows classroom teachers to be armed, as well.” There are certain rules and […]

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According to disease researchers, the number of infections from food borne pathogens increased in 2018, compared to 2015-2017. It has been suggested that produce farms, food animal farms, and meat and poultry processing establishments need more preventative measures, to make food safe. Doing so will also lessen the amount of human illnesses. Image: Andrew Brookes/Corbis […]

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Why would a product still be on the market when 32 infant deaths have been associated with it? That’s right, 32 infants have died while in the sleeper. The American Academy of Pediatrics called on the Consumer Product Safety Commission to immediately recall the Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play Sleeper. On April 5, the federal government […]

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President Trump will be holding his first rally of the year in El Paso Texas for 2019, which is scheduled for this next week on Monday. The location seems ideal for his motives behind the long-promised wall as the President is still trying to secure more than $5 million to fund its accomplishment. El Paso […]

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