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Archive for October 2016

Minnesota Sees Major Drop in Fire Deaths From 2015

Fire deaths in Minnesota have decreased this year, down dramatically from 2015. State Fire Marshal Bruce West told Minnesota Public Radio News that there have been 24 deaths from fires so far this year, compared with 49 at this time … Source: Claims Journal

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Study Predicts Deserts Will Develop if Global Warming Continues

Southern Spain will become desert and deciduous forests will vanish from much of the Mediterranean basin unless global warming is reined in sharply, according to a study released Thursday. Researchers used historical data and computer models to forecast the likely … Source: Claims Journal

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Frequent Casino Bus Crashes Draws More Safety Scrutiny

Rosa Ruiz returned from a gambling jaunt to San Diego, Calif., before dawn Saturday and was back on another bus that evening, headed for a desert casino. Like others who routinely board buses bound for distant casinos, Ruiz wasn’t so … Source: Claims Journal

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New Warning Signs at Kansas Dam Where Man Drowned

Wichita, Kansas, has installed new, larger warning signs at an Arkansas River dam where a 24-year-old man drowned earlier this year. Brian Bergkamp drowned in July at Wichita’s 21st Street dam as he tried to help another kayaker. The group … Source: Claims Journal

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State Lawmakers Focus on Errors, Drug Use in N.J. Transit Probe

New Jersey Transit has until Oct. 28 to disclose to lawmakers the agency’s progress on installing accident-prevention technology, release figures on substance-abuse-related accidents and detail penalties for violating federal rules. The directive came from a joint state legislative panel armed … Source: Claims Journal

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