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Person Killed During LA Drug Bust

LOS ANGELES, CA — A drug bust executed inside a Los Angeles home on Wednesday resulted in the death of one person. According to authorities, a man armed with a weapon was shot and killed by at least one federal agent. Furthermore, the drug bust occurred around 3:45 a.m. in the San Fernando Valley as confirmed by U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration spokeswoman Nicole Nishida. As the search began, agents encountered…

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Power Shutoffs Continue In SoCal

LOS ANGELES, CA – Amid unusually high temperatures and Santa Ana winds, power has been shut off to more than 17,000 people in SoCal this morning. Southern California Edison, the primary electricity supplier in the area has shut off power Thursday morning to over 17,000 residents. Several other thousands have been notified about the possibility of further power shutoffs. Another Santa Ana wind hit SoCal this week, increasing the potential…

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Autopilot Error Partly to Blame for Tesla Crash

LOS ANGELES, CA - It’s been concluded that a design imperfection in Tesla’s Autopilot semi-autonomous driving system coupled with driver distraction caused a Model S electric car to crash into a fire vehicle along a California freeway. These findings were the result of a government investigation. A deeper look at the findings from the National Transportation Safety Board show the driver was far too dependent on the autonomous system and…

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New Formula 1 Being Tested in Wind Tunnel

HINWILL, CH – Formula 1 and FIA, a governing body, recently concluded a colossal amount of research and development with the help of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) in order to ensure their dream for 2021 moves closer to actual possibility. After that, it was time to prove the data by performing tests in a wind tunnel. As a result, just last month, prior to the German Grand Prix, a model…

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Fuel Tanker Truck Overturns on California Road

MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA - A fuel tanker dumped roughly around 2,100 gallons of unleaded gasoline into an empty creek bed after it flipped over on Lucas Valley Road. This information comes courtesy of the California Highway Patrol on Monday. How much it’ll cost to fix the damage and clean-up the sizeable spill is still unknown. Nevertheless, the incident is actively being investigated by the CHP Marin office. Additionally, the CHP’s…

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Teen Boy Gunned Down Near Market

SOUTH LOS ANGELES, CA – An unidentified suspect gunned down an 18-year-old boy just outside a market located in South Los Angeles during the early morning hours of Monday. The Los Angeles Police Department say that around 2 a.m. shots were fired on the exterior of the Happy Shoppers Market. This particular market is located at 6401 S. Vermont Avenue. The market was actually still open at this late hour,…

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Officials find dismembered body in home

SAN FRANCISCO, California - Police officers uncovered a dismembered body in a San Francisco home. Specifically, officers responded to the scene on Del Monte Street. This is in the Outer Mission neighborhood of the city. San Francisco Police Department officers are currently posted outside the home. Moreover, they are guarding the scene from onlookers and press. The SFPD Homicide detail is currently investigating the crime scene. Therefore, police officers outside…

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Huge Truck Protest Brings I-84 to a Halt

HUDSON VALLEY, NY -- This Friday, thousands of truckers are planning a highway shutdown to protest unfair regulations and policies. The protest is scheduled to begin at 10am on I-84 in Hudson Valley and it may expand to other roads. Participants call it a “slow roll” protest, as they'll be traveling down the highway in their trucks at minimum highway speed. The shutdown, organized by a group called “Black Smoke…

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Truck Fire Explodes! Two Injured in South LA

LOS ANGELES, CA – Early Sunday morning, a 9,000-gallon tanker truck caught fire. The truck was leaking gasoline, and ignited, which led to multiple explosions. The tanker truck explosion created a large billow of black smoke. The incident occurred in the 200 block of West Slauson Avenue. Fire officials arrived in the area at around 7:45 a.m. right before the explosions began. Apparently, residents in the area called emergency personnel…

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Robbers Killed During Attempted Theft of 900 lbs of Marijuana

CORNING, CA – A whirlwind of an attempted theft and marijuana possession case occurred in January. Robbers set up an intricate plan to steal a large load of marijuana in Corning. In fact, they even rented a Penske box truck to help in the process. A twenty-year-old woman from Michigan, named Michelle Vargas, rented the truck. She did this on January 29, the day of the attempted Corning robbery. She…

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