Many professional truck drivers who travel in San Francisco will soon be required to take a safety training program as part of the city’s Vision Zero action strategy to meet the goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities by 2024.
Americans are more likely to die from guns than cars, according to data gathered by the Centers for Disease Control.
Illness and death followed a strain of bad caramel apples in several states…
Authorities have identified the driver who allegedly killed three pedestrians Wednesday night during a crash on Pacific Coast Highway in Redondo Beach.
Fear Of Ebola Dominates While Influenza Kills Thousands A Year In U.S.; Only Half Of Population Gets Flu Shot
There are plenty of fears floating around surrounding the Ebola virus, but flu season is coming up and many people don’t seem to be all that worried and often do not take precautions against it that are available.
A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit a large area of southern Mexico and Central America Monday. Early reports indicate at least two people are dead and dozens of homes are damaged in Guatemala.
A Solano County wind farm will become the first in the nation to avoid prosecution if eagles are injured or die when they run into the giant turning blades, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday.
As San Francisco struggles to combat an alarming rate of pedestrian deaths and injuries, several local community groups are receiving money to educate residents.
Cal/OSHA has fined the transit agency $210,000 for the incident, where two workers were killed on the tracks near the Walnut Creek BART station.
Two more flu deaths were recorded in Santa Cruz County this week, county health officials said Thursday.