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San Jose's Mi Pueblo Market Reopens After Contamination, Vermin Infestation Forces ClosureA grocery store in East San Jose that was closed for 24 hours due to contamination has reopened Wednesday, Santa Clara County health officials said.
E. Coli Found In Portion Of Los Altos' Water Supply; Boil Alert Issued
Top California Oil Regulator Resigns, Scrutinized Over Contamination Of Water SupplyA top California oil and gas regulator has resigned amid questions about oilfield contamination of the state's water supplies.
Banned Flame Retardant Still Making Bald Eagles SickA recent Michigan study shows bald eagles are being exposed to more toxins, including banned flame-retardant chemicals that were once commonly used in the manufacturing of furniture.
Sabra Recalls 30,000 Cases Of Hummus Over Listeria ConcernsAbout 30,000 cases of Sabra hummus sold nationwide is being recalled due to a possible Listeria contamination.
Drought Executive Order Streamlines Process To Install Salinity Barriers In The DeltaIf approved, construction on the temporary rock barriers in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta could begin as early as May.
Trader Joe's Recalling Some Raw Walnuts Over Salmonella FearsTrader Joe’s is recalling some walnuts over potential salmonella contamination.
Crude Oil Train Derailment In West Virginia Sends Tanker Into River, Sparks FireA train carrying crude oil derailed in southern West Virginia on Monday, sending at least one tanker into the Kanawha River and sparking a house fire, officials said.
Meat Recall: 48,000 Pounds Of Beef And Pork Contaminated With MetalA Los Angeles-area company is recalling more than 48,000 pounds of frozen beef and pork that may be contaminated with metal.
Missouri Firm Recalling Caramel Apples Over Possible Listeria ContaminationA Missouri firm is recalling its Happy Apple brand caramel apples because of the potential that they could be contaminated with listeria.
San Jose Water Company Could Pay $3 Million For Leak That Killed Threatened FishState water regulators have proposed a record-setting $3 million penalty against a San Jose water company for a leak of chemically treated drinking water that killed dozens of fish.
No End In Sight Yet For San Jose Residents With E. Coli-Contaminated WaterSan Jose residents who are dealing with a water contamination problem in their neighborhood still have no end in sight and were still boiling water Friday.
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