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November 27, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
W.R. Grace & Co., which filed for bankruptcy protection in 2001 amid thousands of asbestos-related claims, said it might be indicted in a probe of alleged environmental violations and obstruction of government proceedings in connection with a Montana mine. "The government is asserting that it has substantial evidence linking the company to the commission of a crime," Columbia, Md.-based W.R. Grace said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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September 10, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
City officials Thursday announced the filing of 99 criminal counts against five Wilshire district landlords accused of being slumlords. The counts involve four apartment complexes with a total of 172 units, according to City Atty. Rock Delgadillo. The buildings were infested with vermin, lacked hot water and had leaky plumbing, officials said. The owners had been ordered to repair the problems, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Prosecutors opened their case Monday against self-proclaimed "Sausage King" Stuart Alexander by outlining the months the sausage factory owner allegedly spent flouting the law and threatening government health inspectors before he shot and killed three of them. Alexander, 43, faces three counts of murder in the June 2000 deaths of U.S.
NATIONAL
April 22, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
Two pieces of a highly radioactive fuel rod are missing from a Vermont nuclear plant, and engineers planned to search onsite for the material, officials said. The fuel rod was removed in 1979 from the Vermont Yankee reactor, which is shut down for refueling and maintenance. Remote-control cameras will be used to search a spent-fuel pool on the property, officials said. "We do not think there is a threat to the public at this point.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 2004 | William Wan, Times Staff Writer
The Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday that it was investigating how two commercial jets came closer than safety standards allow during Monday's power outage at Los Angeles International Airport. The airport's control tower lost power for less than a second at 9:38 a.m., forcing about 70 planes approaching LAX to circle. But some radar and communications equipment remained out for up to five hours. About 10:10 a.m.
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April 15, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday announced a $400,000 settlement with an auto junkyard chain. In 1999, Pick Your Part violated federal rules at six junkyards around California, including one in Sun Valley, said EPA environmental engineer Lynn Kuo. The company agreed to pay $165,000 in fines and start a $235,000 program to remove and recycle mercury switches in its cars, Kuo said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 2004 | Seema Mehta, Times Staff Writer
Serious deficiencies in emergency services, staff and management at Riverside Community Hospital contributed to the deaths of two patients within a one-month span, according to findings by state and federal regulators. A 52-year-old man who had been in a car accident died Dec. 22 from internal bleeding after the hospital failed to promptly locate a surgeon or angiography specialists.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 2004 | Jean Merl, Times Staff Writer
Promising an end to their turf war over school restrooms, Los Angeles city and school district officials announced a joint inspection plan Wednesday to address an array of health and safety issues on campuses. The plan was unveiled by City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo and Roy Romer, superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, during a news conference at the sparkling clean Mayberry Street Elementary School in Echo Park.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
State health and safety officials have given Trinity Hospital 15 days to come up with a plan for repairing damage from mold, dry rot and leaks, Trinity County officials said. Unless the hospital can find the estimated $1.5 million needed to fix the leaky roof, county supervisors may have to shut down the Weaverville facility, county Supervisor Billie Miller said. Rain and show falling on the hospital's flat roof haven't helped.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 2003
The Orange County Health Care Agency can shut down food facilities for as long as the owners fail to correct conditions that pose a danger to public health. Here are the restaurants closed in October: Source: Orange County Environmental Health Division *--* Name/Addre Date closed Reason for ss -reopened closure Gina's 10/1-10/1 Rodent infestation Pizza 1100 S. Coast Hwy., No. 104, Laguna Beach Heidelberg 10/1-10/1 Rodent infestation Pastry Bistro 1100 S. Coast Hwy.
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