Day: July 16, 2018

Toyota Launching App-Controlled Car-Sharing in Hawaii

Toyota Motor Corp. launched a Honolulu, Hawaii car-sharing use that enables business to use smartphones to clear and start cars for lease by a hour or day. It’s a latest use charity by an automaker that competes with ride-hailing and rental-car companies. The use is called Hui, conspicuous “hooey,”...

25 Injured When Bus Overturns on California Freeway

Authorities contend 25 people have been harmed after a train overturned on a Southern California turnpike though many of a passengers had teenager injuries. The Los Angeles Fire Department says a train crashed shortly before 4 a.m. Saturday in Pico-Union, only south of downtown Los Angeles. Fire officials contend...

Another Lawsuit From Ex-Worker in New Mexico City

A northern New Mexico city is confronting another lawsuit from a former employer in nonetheless another debate involving a mayor. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports Martin Gonzales, a former open works executive of Las Vegas, N.M., is suing a city government, claiming he was dismissed after he refused...

Oregon Acknowledges Oversight Lack in Medical Marijuana Program

How most medical pot is in a tube in Oregon? The managers of a state’s module concur that they simply don’t know given of messy stating by producers and a miss of site inspectors. That, they say, creates opportunities for pot to be diverted into a remunerative black market,...

Minnesota Lawsuit Takes on Involuntary Sedations

An profession for a Minneapolis, Minn. male is sketch parallels between his client’s lawsuit and a new discuss over military propelling paramedics to composed uncontrolled people. Forty-eight-year-old John Powell says he suffered respirating problems and indispensable puncture caring after suburban military allegedly asked paramedics to inject him with a...

Michigan Governor Wants to Sue 3M for Costs of Contamination

Gov. Rick Snyder wants Michigan to sue a manufacturer of chemicals related to infested H2O rescued during troops bases and industrial sites opposite a state. Snyder wrote a minute to Attorney General Bill Schuette seeking a lawsuit opposite 3M. The Minnesota-based association for decades constructed Scotchgard and other chemicals...

Conservative States Like Oklahoma Balk during Voter-Approved Medical Marijuana

Pot advocates distinguished a perfection of a yearslong bid to palliate restrictions on a use of cannabis final month when scarcely 60 percent of Oklahoma electorate authorized medical marijuana. Oklahoma’s proponents had even enclosed a two-month deadline for a doing in their magnitude so as to equivocate a years...

Southwest Louisiana Considering Bike-Sharing Programs

Southwest Louisiana officials are looking during bike-sharing. Bike-sharing programs use computers and GPS to lane bicycles, rented by a smartphone app by a hour or half-hour. Baton Rouge and St. Tammany Parish are questioning either to start such programs. New Orleans has one with about 400 bicycles. Calcasieu Parish,...