Tag: safety

3 Dangerous Chemicals That Contaminate Water Supplies (And How To Stay...

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UNITED STATES—Safe drinking water is one of the essential things humans need to survive. But according to Consumer Reports, more than 25 million Americans...

WeHo Implements ‘All Phase’ Crosswalks

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—Starting Thursday, August 11, the city of West Hollywood will start a nighttime “all-walk” pedestrian-only phase for the crosswalks at the intersection of...

City Opposes Move Of Juvenile Prisoners To Malibu Region

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MALIBU—The city of Malibu is against action by the County of Los Angeles to move high-risk juvenile prisoners, many who were convicted of serious...

West Hollywood To Host Virtual Seismic Retrofit Grant Workshop

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city is inviting residential and commercial property owners to attend the upcoming West Hollywood Virtual Seismic Retrofit Grant Workshop for property owners...

Malibu Discusses Summer Safety

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MALIBU—The city of Malibu is expecting more visitors to the region as the Fourth of July holiday approaches. The city is coordinating with partner...

Redding Rodeo Bull Escape Injures 5

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UNITED STATES—On May 20, 2022, a bull escaped a California rodeo in Redding and injured six people before it was caught. It was captured close...

Can You Trust Online Casinos? 6 Important Features To Look Out...

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UNITED STATES—In order to use any service, you need to be able to trust it. When choosing an online casino, this can be even...

Why Crime Is Rising In Los Angeles (What You Can Do...

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UNITED STATES—The unavoidable reality of life in modern Los Angeles is that crime is on the increase, with everything from burglaries to homicides spiking...

The Truth About Online Safety

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UNITED STATES—A lot of people think that being safe online is easy and that a few basic rules are all they need to know....

SMPD Offers Halloween And Dia De Los Muertos Safety Tips

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SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica Police Department are offering safety tips for Halloween, Sunday, October 31 and Dia de los Muertos on Monday, November 1....

BHPD Reminds Drivers To Look Out For Trick-Or-Treaters

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills Police Department is asking people on the road and adults to be more vigilant as children are out walking the...

City Plans Great Annual Shakeout Drill

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BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills will partake with the state of California and the County and City of Los Angeles to participate in...

City Council Working On Amending Nuisance Code

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MALIBU- On Tuesday, August 3, the Malibu City Council announced that they are taking steps to amend the City’s Nuisance Code in an attempt...

Malibu Is Preparing For Visitors

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MALIBU—The city of Malibu is preparing for an influx of visitors at beaches and trails as the Memorial Day holiday approaches and are taking...

Celebrating With Safety — Five National Events Still “A Go” In...

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UNITED STATES—Although the COVID-19 Pandemic isn’t over, that doesn’t mean every big event is canceled in 2021. Indeed, as more people get vaccinated, many...

Earthquake Preparedness Month Is In April

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BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills has declared the month of April as Earthquake Preparedness Month in an effort to provide the public with...

How Background Check Sites Are Growing In The Tech Space

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UNITED STATES—In this modern-day world, technology continues to grow and advance with each passing day. Technology plays a huge role in the business world,...

How Nurses Can Stay Fit And Healthy When Completing An Online...

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UNITED STATES—You may work shifts on an irregular pattern. You may work from 9am to 5pm. You may work when there is work on...

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Face Masks

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UNITED STATES—Face masks have evolved from mere accessories to a necessity in your day to day routine.  Their use has become widespread because they help...

National Teen Driver Safety Week

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BEVERLY HILLS—Starting Sunday, October 18 through Saturday, October 24 is National Teen Driver Safety Week and the Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) is encouraging...
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