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Keurig Coffee Makers Recalled

Keurig Coffee Makers Recalled Because of Possible Burn Hazard If you are planning to give a loved one a coffee brewer for Christmas, you might want to make sure the model you’re buying is safe. Coffee maker manufacturer Keurig Green Mountain has issued a voluntary recall for more than 7 million of its iconic coffee makers…

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Oil and Gas Boom Driving More Texas Traffic Fatalities

There is little doubt that the oil and gas boom in the United States has been good for a number of state economies, especially Texas, which has benefited greatly from the boom. Unfortunately, based on recent reports, there is also definitely a downside to the Texas oil and gas boom, in that our state now leads the nation…

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Drugs Found in Cab of Tractor-Trailer

According to a new report with more details about an accident between a tractor-trailer and a bus carrying a Texas college softball team, Oklahoma State Police later found a pipe used to smoke marijuana and a bag of prescription drugs in the truck’s cab. The accident occurred on Sept. 26, when the driver of a…

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Distracted Driving Studies

While they are intended to reduce the problem of distracted driving, two just-released studies suggest that voice-activated dashboard systems and smartphones may actually worsen distracted driving. These two studies, by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety and the University of Utah, paint a troubling picture. These types of systems are supposed to be designed to…

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Baby Formula and Cronobacter

  A new ruling announced by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has led to new regulations, which will go into effect Sept. 8, to require that manufacturers of infant formula adhere to stricter standards than was previously the case. These new regulations will require companies to follow good manufacturing practices, including a test designed…

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July 23 Accident

A terrible Texas car-truck accident occurred last Wednesday evening, July 23, and took the life of an 18-year-old woman as she was on her way to Lufkin, where she was planning to stay with a cousin before beginning freshman orientation at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches Saturday morning. According to an accident report, the accident happened…

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Summer Traffic Dangers

Summer began last week, and we all know that summer in Texas brings lots of traffic and very hot roadways, which means more hazards on the roadways. This past week gave us a preview of what this summer could hold for Texas drivers, if we’re not careful. To begin the weekend, a fatal accident on…

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Houston 18-Wheeler Wreck Kills 1

Houston 18-Wheeler Wreck Kills 1: Rollover and Fire Involved A terrible accident involving an 18-wheeler on Tuesday, April 8 took the life of the big rig’s driver and seriously injured a passenger, and also caused the closing of U.S. 290 near Barker-Cypress for more than 17 hours, so that Harris County officials could clean up…

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2 Killed in Seattle Helicopter Crash

The Seattle Fire Department has reported that early this morning (March 18), a news helicopter that was used jointly by two Seattle television stations crashed not far from the Space Needle, killing both people inside the helicopter and critically injuring someone who was inside a vehicle on the ground that caught fire. The injured man…

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Dump Truck Accident Kills 1

Dump Truck Accident Kills 1: Wrong Way Driver Blamed U.S. 59 South in the Isleib area of Fort Bend County was closed for a while last Friday morning, after a wrong-way driver entered the southbound lanes of the highway and crashed into a dump truck. The crash not only resulted in the death of the…

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