Tag: California

Banner Health cyberattack affects at least 3.7 million people

August 4, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Banner Health cyberattack affects at least 3.7 million people

A cyberattack on Banner Health has left at least 3.7 million people compromised. In an email, Banner Health has apologized to those affected and offered a free one-year membership in monitoring services for the inconvenience. A cyberattack on Banner Health is making headlines. This week, about 3.7 million people – patients, employees, and independent contractors […]

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‪‪Fire Near ‪Stevenson Ranch‬ In Santa Clarita Leads To Evacuations

July 9, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
‪‪Fire Near ‪Stevenson Ranch‬ In Santa Clarita Leads To Evacuations

There is a fire currently blazing through Santa Clarita‬‬, Stevenson Ranch‬, Calgrove Boulevard, and it has been dubbed the #SageFire. The fire has already burned through more than 600 acres and forced the evacuation of 700 homes. Fire is burning through Santa Clarita‬‬, Stevenson Ranch‬, Old Road, Morning Mist Drive and Southern Oaks Drive, and […]

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Identical Twin Sisters Sarah Mariuz And Leah Rodgers Give Birth At The Same Time On The Same Day

July 5, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Identical Twin Sisters Sarah Mariuz And Leah Rodgers Give Birth At The Same Time On The Same Day

Sarah Mariuz and Leah Rodgers are twin sisters, who are celebrating something extraordinary – the births of their first children, which occurred the same day and the same time. Leah Rodgers welcomed a little boy named Reid Joseph while Sarah Mariuz is the proud mother of a baby girl named Samantha Lynne. Identical twin sisters […]

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California vaccine law angers some parents

July 3, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
California vaccine law angers some parents

A California vaccine law, which is now in effect, has many parents getting ready to pull their children out of school. The law, which eliminates the option for parents to use personal and religious beliefs to avoid vaccination, was voted after a measles outbreak in 2014. A new California vaccine law went into effect on […]

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Betty Reid Soskin Beaten: Oldest US Park Ranger Was Robbed

July 2, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Betty Reid Soskin Beaten: Oldest US Park Ranger Was Robbed

Betty Reid Soskin, a 93-year-old park ranger, was robbed and beaten by a thief, who got away with her most prized possession – a gold coin given to her by President Obama. POTUS has learned of the incident and offered to replace Reid Soskin’s coin. Betty Reid Soskin, who has been given the title of […]

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Verity Baptist Church Asked To Move After Pastor Roger Jimenez Anti-Gay Sermon

June 21, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Verity Baptist Church Asked To Move After Pastor Roger Jimenez Anti-Gay Sermon

Verity Baptist Church pastor Roger Jimenez has another problem – he has been asked to move. Mere hours after the horrific Orlando shooting, Mr. Jimenez stood on the pulpit where he said more gay people should have been killed because they are all sinners. The comments caused a deluge of backlash, which led to the […]

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Maria Mancia and son Steve Hernandez reunited after 20 years

June 11, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Maria Mancia and son Steve Hernandez reunited after 20 years

Maria Mancia, a California mom, was reunited with her long lost son after 20 years. In 1995, Mrs. Mancia returned home to discover that her then 18-month-old baby boy, Steve Hernandez, was kidnapped by her husband, Valentin Hernandez, who fled to Mexico. Authorities eventually located the young Hernandez, now a 22-year-old law student, whose father […]

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Lake Shasta fraternity drama leads to apology

May 26, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Lake Shasta fraternity drama leads to apology

Lake Shasta became a dump after a fraternity visited the area. Hundreds of students from the University of Oregon went camping over the weekend at Shasta Lake in Northern California and left a pile of waste behind that included condoms, tampons, feces, and beer bottles. Lake Shasta was trashed by a fraternity visit over the […]

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Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s Chief Of Staff Resigns Amid Racist Email Scandal

May 2, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 3 Replies More
Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s Chief Of Staff Resigns Amid Racist Email Scandal

Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s chief of staff, Tom Angel, has resigned after getting caught in an email scandal. Tom Angel, a top staffer for Sheriff Jim McDonnell, has left his post due to a racist email scandal. Mr. Angel, who worked as Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s chief of staff at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, is […]

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Jailed For Turkey Stealing: College Students Accused Of Injuring Tim The Turkey

April 20, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Jailed For Turkey Stealing: College Students Accused Of Injuring Tim The Turkey

Jailed for turkey stealing, is it the title of Melissa McCarthy’s new comedy? No, that is what happened to Steven Koressel, 23, and 21-year-old Richard Brenton Melbye, who kidnapped Tim the turkey and left it wandering in the streets of Orange County with countless injuries. Jailed for turkey stealing – this is the dumb story […]

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California pharmacists: Birth control law offers direct access to more women

April 11, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 5 Replies More
California pharmacists: Birth control law offers direct access to more women

California pharmacists can sell birth control to women and young girls, thanks to a new law. On April 8, Senate Bill 493 went into effect, meaning females of any age can walk into a California pharmacy and purchase almost any birth control after filling a questionnaire. California pharmacists can provide birth control to all women […]

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Marine Dog Lucca Honored: Heroic Dog Awarded Top Medal

April 9, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 2 Replies More
Marine Dog Lucca Honored: Heroic Dog Awarded Top Medal

A Marine dog named Lucca was honored at a special ceremony. Lucca, a German Shepard, which took part in more than 400 missions in Iraq and Afghanistan, was given the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) Dickin Medal at the Wellington Barracks in London, England on Tuesday. Lucca, the Marine dog Lucca, was honored on […]

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Duane Martin & Tisha Campbell-Martin File For Bankruptcy

April 6, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Duane Martin & Tisha Campbell-Martin File For Bankruptcy

Duane Martin and Tisha Campbell-Martin are going through some tough financial times. After 20 years of marriage, countless movies, the actors claimed that they owe more than $15 million and have filed for bankruptcy. Duane Martin and Tisha Campbell-Martin are knee-deep in debt, which is why they have filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. According to […]

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Shehada Issa Shot Gay Son: North Hills LGBT Community Shaken By Amir Issa’s Death

April 3, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Shehada Issa Shot Gay Son: North Hills LGBT Community Shaken By Amir Issa’s Death

Shehada Issa, a North Hills man, shot and killed his son just because he was gay. Issa murdered both his son, Amir Issa, and his own wife, according to California police. A North Hills man shot his son named Amir Issa because his religion disapproved of people being gay/lesbian, and many things including a disturbing […]

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San Francisco State Dreadlocks Drama: SFSU Students Cory Goldstein And Bonita Tindle Video Investigated

March 30, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 2 Replies More
San Francisco State Dreadlocks Drama: SFSU Students Cory Goldstein And Bonita Tindle Video Investigated

Two San Francisco State University students had a fascinating confrontation over dreadlocks, and it was caught on video. A black student, Bonita Tindle confronted Cory Goldstein, a white student, for apparently wearing dreadlocks, which she claims are part of her culture. A pair of San Francisco State University students had a heated exchange over dreadlocks, […]

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Mountain lion koala drama: Famous animal kills at Los Angeles zoo

March 11, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Mountain lion koala drama: Famous animal kills at Los Angeles zoo

A mountain lion killed a koala at the Los Angeles Zoo, and the story makes headlines. According to the zoo’s director, P-22, a mountain lion that has made Griffith Park his home was caught on camera mauling the koala to death. On Thursday, March 3, workers at the Los Angeles Zoo discovered that a mountain […]

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Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters Sets To Open On March 7 At Disney California Adventure Park

February 26, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters Sets To Open On March 7 At Disney California Adventure Park

Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters will be launched next month. In a statement issued by Disney California Adventure Park, it was announced that Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters will include dancing cars and many other features for both adults and children, who are fans of Radiator Springs. Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters is ready to roll with Carsoli and Italy in […]

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California Condor Milestone Reached: Breeding Programs Are Working

February 25, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery More
California Condor Milestone Reached: Breeding Programs Are Working

Officials are celebrating California condor’s milestone. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials, for the first time in over 25 years, more young California condors took fly than died – an important milestone for the species, which almost vanished. California condor’s big milestone is making headlines. On Monday, officials at the U.S. Fish […]

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