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  • Iowa Beef Plant Fine After Coronavirus Outbreak: $957
    Iowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large coronavirus outbreak that sickened its workforce — a $957 fine for a minor record-keeping violation. The outbreak at the Iowa Premium Beef Plant in Tama in … Read more »
  • Suit Filed in California Says Scooters Rented by Uber, Segway Don’t Have Turn SignalsSuit Filed in California Says Scooters Rented by Uber, Segway Don’t Have Turn Signals
    A class action lawsuit has been filed against several scooter rental companies, including Uber and Segway, because the scooters don’t have turn signals and the makers don’t warn consumers about that danger. The suit was filed on Thursday on behalf … Read more »
  • Tiger King’s Carole Baskin Sued in Florida for Defamation by Former Assistant
    Carole Baskin, who became a pop culture sensation due to Netflix’s docuseries “Tiger King,” is being sued for defamation by a former assistant. As part of the lawsuit, the daughters of Baskin’s former husband are seeking more information about what … Read more »
  • Hauser Pleads Guilty in College Admission Plot
    A California businessman with ties to an Ohio-based insurance agency who is said to have steered “Full House” star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, to the ringleader of the college admissions bribery scheme on Sept. 21 … Read more »
  • Pilot Actions Likely Led to Earnhardt Plane Crash in Tennessee: NTSB
    A pilot’s inability to maintain proper airspeed and the flight crew’s decision to continue an unstable approach and landing likely caused the crash of a small plane carrying race car driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his family in 2019, according … Read more »
  • 1 Dead After Ohio Dump Truck Crash Sends Highway Sign Falling Onto Pickup
    A dump truck struck the base of a sign on a Cleveland, Ohio, highway during the morning commute on Sept. 24, causing the sign to fall on a passing pickup truck and kill one person in the pickup, authorities said, … Read more »
  • Michigan House Passes Bills Shielding Employers from Virus Lawsuits
    A divided Michigan House voted on Sept. 23 to shield health providers and businesses from coronavirus-related lawsuits filed by patients, employees or customers, advancing bills that majority Republicans said would give businesses more comfort to reopen and block frivolous complaints. … Read more »
  • Texas Software Provider to Local Governments Reports Data Breach
    A Texas-based provider of software services to local governments and schools across the United States, Tyler Technologies, told customers on Sept. 23 that an unknown intruder broke into its phone and information technology systems. It could not immediately be determined … Read more »
  • Dismissal Rejected; Arkema Chemical Fire Criminal Trial Resumes in Houston
    A criminal case against the U.S. arm of a French chemical maker accused of releasing pollution that injured 21 people resumed on Sept. 24 under a cloud as a judge ruled out a motion to dismiss the case. Prosecutors unintentionally … Read more »
  • Louisiana Agent’s License Suspended for Misappropriation, False Insurance Certificates
    A Lake Charles, Louisiana, insurance producer has been issued a cease and desist order and had her license suspended amid an investigation into misappropriation of insurance premiums and the issuing of false insurance certificates to customers. The Louisiana Department of … Read more »
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