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4 Great Running Events in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles, with its mild weather and beautiful landscapes, has dozens of scenic running trails for those who want some heart pumping exercise. There’s no need for a gym membership when you have access to scenic lakeside paths, rolling coastal roads and countless parks that offer the perfect backdrop for... Read more »

New Study: San Francisco Has The Most Dangerous Drivers

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San Francisco was first on the list as the most dangerous city for drivers.  The top five were:  San Francisco, San Bernardino, Santa Ana, Berkeley, Los Angeles.  Top of the list for vehicular fatalities was San Bernardino.  Just recently, San Francisco and Oakland were named in another  national study as... Read more »

Bicycle and Pedestrian Fatalities On The Rise In California

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Recent statistics show that in 2013, 701 pedestrians and 141 bicyclists were killed on California roads.  This number accounts for more than 28% of all traffic fatalities.  In an effort to combat these escalating numbers, the San Francisco Police department has stepped up their efforts in ticketing pedestrians, cyclists and... Read more »

Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Pickup Truck

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A fatal collision occurred today in Covina; the victim has not yet been identified.    The male victim, who is believed to be a resident near where the accident occurred, was struck and killed by a pickup truck.  California Highway patrol reports say the victim was not in the crosswalk.  Road... Read more »

Pedestrian in Van Nuys Struck and Killed by Vehicle

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A pedestrian outside a Van Nuys hospital was fatally struck by a vehicle in the wee hours of last Thursday morning, shortly after being released, report officials from the Los Angeles Police Department. According to Sgt. Rich Brunson of the L.A. Police, the incident itself happened at approximately 2 a.m.,... Read more »