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Why Are More Bay Area Couples Seeking Divorce? Attorneys Say COVID-19 Shelter Orders May Be To Blame

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has pretty much brought the world to a standstill, and precautionary restrictions have become a norm globally. Along with the disease, the number of strained relationships is also showing an upward spike in several countries, including the US. Divorce attorneys in California and other states are experiencing a rapid increase in […]

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California Estimates 100 Hydrogen Stations by the End of 2023

California is setting the standard for hydrogen fuelling stations in the United States. According to a recent California Air Resources Board (CARB) analysis, the state will have the capacity to fuel 250,000 fuel cell electric cars (FCEVs) at 1,764 open-retail hydrogen fuelling stations by 2026. The Board (CARB) anticipates that the state’s hydrogen infrastructure will […]

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Drunk Driving Arrests Near Pre-Pandemic Numbers; DUI Plea Deal Program Created To Resolve Court Backlog No Longer An Option

Drunk driving has always been a significant issue in Hawaii, especially in the capital, Honolulu. But, with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic last year, there was a change. As the world witnessed a large-scale shutdown of daily activities, forcing people to stay at home, there was a dip in the number of arrests in […]

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Highest Drug Overdose Counties In Texas

Of all the states in the U.S, Texas is one with the highest drug overdose counties. Back in 2015, around 52000 lives were claimed due to the opioid epidemic. Needless to say, Texas had a high share of these deaths. In this post, we will be breaking down the number of drug overdose deaths per […]

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54 People Killed In Portland Traffic Crashes In 2020 – The Most Since 1996 – Despite The Pandemic

2020 has been a disastrous year in multiple aspects, and for Portland, it also saw the most traffic-related deaths since 1996. The 122nd Avenue, one of Portland’s deadliest streets in terms of traffic accidents witnessed the 18th and last pedestrian death of the year on new year’s eve. The victim was a 51-year-old woman named […]