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AutoZone To Pay $11M Over Hazardous Waste Violations At California StoresAn $11 million settlement to resolve state claims that auto parts retailer AutoZone Inc. illegally disposed of hazardous waste in 45 California counties was filed in Alameda County Superior Court in Oakland Tuesday.
San Francisco Moves Closer To Banning All E-Cigarette Sales CitywideSan Francisco supervisors moved a step closer Tuesday to becoming the first city in the U.S. to ban all sales of electronic cigarettes to crack down on youth vaping.
Frozen Raspberries From Washington State Farm Recalled Over Possible Norovirus ContaminationFrozen red raspberries from a Washington state farm that were sold in California are being recalled across the western U.S.
Target Repairs Outage That Left Frustrated Customers Standing In Long Lines For HoursA computer glitch at Target stores has been repaired after thousands of frustrated shoppers were unable to purchase their goods at the checkout registers across the country, on Saturday.
Is Your Sunscreen Safe? Toxicity Expert Offers Tips On What To Avoid This SummerWith the summertime activities upon us, the use of sunscreen is always a smart recommendation to help ward of skin cancer. However, consumers are also being urged to learn more about what's in their sunscreen and its shelf-life
First-Of-Its-Kind Makeup Startup Created For Asian AmericansOrcé Cosmetics is a first-of-its kind makeup startup that's made for Asian Americans and wants to help shatter the narrow standards of beauty within Asian culture.