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“Fatigued driving” tops survey of reasons why someone shouldn’t have been driving
A recent survey performed by CarInsurance.com asked 2,000 drivers which times he or she drove when they shouldn’t have. Answers ranged from being too sick to even being less drunk than their companion, but the most common answer, holding an
Tire blowout on log truck in Arkansas results in the death of two construction workers; 19 injured
In Arkansas, a log truck lost control and spilled logs onto nearby construction workers, killing two and injuring 19. The accident, which occurred on U.S. Highway 65 in Clinton, is reported to have been caused by a tire blowout, state
GSK to pay $105 million to settle claims it unlawfully promoted drugs
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has reached a $105 million agreement with 44 states and the District of Columbia to settle lawsuits alleging the drug company marketed some of its drugs for unapproved uses. The settlement also requires GSK to pay a hefty
Johnson & Johnson, Janssen face more lawsuits from Risperdal side effects, marketing practices
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel says he will ask the state Supreme Court to reconsider tossing out a $1.2 billion judgment against Johnson & Johnson over questionable marketing practices involving its antipsychotic drug Risperdal.
Mayflower residents say Exxon pipeline spill sickened them, devastated their town
Nearly a year after Exxon’s Pegasus pipeline ruptured in the town of Mayflower, Arkansas, many residents continue to cope with displacement, chronic health problems, rejected claims and unanswered questions.
CVS agrees to pay $4.25 million to settle whistleblower’s fraud allegations
A lawsuit filed under the federal False Claims Act against CVS Caremark Corp. has resulted in a $4.25-million settlement to resolve a whistleblower’s allegations that the company knowingly defrauded federal and state Medicaid programs by failing to reimburse the taxpayer-funded
Three commercial truck drivers banned from road following crash investigation
U.S. safety regulators have ordered three long-haul truck drivers from three different states to cease their interstate operations after investigators deemed them to be an imminent hazard to public safety, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced.
L’Oreal under attack after Garnier hair product exposes consumers to fire hazards due to flammability
Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine Anti Frizz Serum is now under attack after several incidents were reported concerning the flammability of the product, posing substantial burn risks to the consumer’s face, head and neck.
Teen dies from illness possibly caused by infected mosquito
An Arkansas teenager has died from what hospital officials believe may have been a rare virus caused by a mosquito bite. Little Rock Children’s Hospital confirmed that Coleman Pearson, 13, lost his battle with an illness he contracted earlier this
Central Valley Meat Company recalls more than 58,000 pounds of ground beef destined for school lunches
Originally intended to be served in school lunches, more than 58,000 pounds of ground beef is being recalled by Central Valley Meat Company in Hanford, Calif. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS),