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Archive for January 2022

Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’ Found in Michigan Farm’s Beef

Beef produced at a small Michigan farm was found to contain toxic “forever chemicals” after the cattle were fed crops grown with fertilizer made from contaminated wastewater biosolids, state officials said Friday. A consumption advisory issued by state agencies stopped … Source: Claims Journal

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Investigators Vow to Put Collapsed Bridge Under ‘Microscope’

PITTSBURGH (AP)–Federal investigators on Saturday vowed to put a collapsed bridge in a Pittsburgh park “under a microscope” as they examine evidence, including video from a municipal bus that plummeted along the span, prompting rescuers to rappel down a ravine … Source: Claims Journal

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning at Hotel; 7 in Critical Condition

MARYSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Seven people were hospitalized in critical condition Saturday after suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning at a Hampton Inn in Ohio, local officials said. A total of 13 people were taken to local hospitals, according to WCLU … Source: Claims Journal

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Study Explores Social Legacy of Frequent Wildfires

Three months after the most destructive fire in California’s history, while the residents of Paradise were sifting through the rubble of their houses, Catrin Edgeley took her notebook and recorder to the destroyed town. She wanted to understand the ecology … Source: Claims Journal

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Claims Business: Charles Taylor, Tristar, CCC and Western Alliance Bank

Charles Taylor Acquires Investigations Firm Charles Taylor has acquired Contego Investigative Services, a nationally licensed investigations firm based in Orlando, Florida. Contego provides customized counter-fraud and special investigation services, including surveillance, social media investigations, background checks, medical facility canvasses, scene … Source: Claims Journal

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Buttigieg Vows Help as US Car Fatalities Keep Spiking Higher

WASHINGTON (AP)–Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is vowing to help stem rising traffic fatalities, releasing a broad-based strategy aimed at reducing speed, redesigning roads and boosting car safety features such as automatic emergency braking. Buttigieg told The Associated Press that new … Source: Claims Journal

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