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17 | Mar
17 March 2017 By James Johnson

This High School Sport Suffers a Higher Concussion Rate Than Football

A new study has determined that female soccer players in the United States have the highest rate of concussions among nine sports including football, but also that female athletes had much higher concussion rates compared to males in the same sports, according to its author Dr. Wellington Hsu, a professor of orthopedics at Chicago’s Northwestern […]

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16 | Mar
16 March 2017 By James Johnson

St. Patrick’s Day Statistics a Sobering Reminder to Not Drive Drunk

Leprechauns, pots of gold and shamrocks may make you feel lucky on St. Patrick’s Day, but if you’re not ready to meet the father, the son or the holy ghost yet, don’t rely on the luck of the Irish to protect you. The best way to prepare for a night out drinking on St. Patrick’s Day is […]

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09 | Mar
09 March 2017 By James Johnson

Leopoldo Leon, 32, Charged with Murder for Fatal DUI Crash that Killed Jose Lopez

NORWALK, California (March 9, 2017) — Leopoldo Leon, 32, has been charged with murder, DUI and hit-and-run resulting in death or serious injury following the death of one of two pedestrians he struck last Friday afternoon at 59th Place near Heliotrope Avenue in Maywood, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. The Walnut Park man […]

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08 | Mar
08 March 2017 By James Johnson

William Weiderman, 56, Fatality Ramsey and Omar Streets

BANNING, California (March 8, 2017) — William Weiderman, 56, of Cherry Valley died Tuesday at the intersection of Ramsey Street and Omar Street, according to the Riverside County Sheriff Coroner. It appears he was involved in a collision about 5:42 p.m. yesterday, but the report does not specify how he died. Paramedics responded to the […]

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