E-Cigarette Explosion Burns OC Man's Face And Sets Fire To BedAn Orange County resident suffered minor burns to his face and hand when his e-cigarette exploded while he was smoking in bed early Monday.
Bill Would Ban E-Cigarettes In Bars, Public BuildingsA California state lawmaker has introduced legislation that would ban the use of increasingly popular electronic cigarettes in public spaces.
Santa Monica’s Ban On Electronic Cigarettes Goes Into EffectE-cigs will now be banned in all non-smoking areas in the city, which includes the Santa Monica Pier, beaches and the Third Street Promenade.
'Breathe Free' Campaign Underway To Prep Manhattan Beach For Smoking Ban Cigarette smokers will soon no longer be welcome in Manhattan Beach.
Public E-Cigarette Ban Goes Into Effect At Midnight A ban on e-cigarettes at bars, restaurants and other public areas will go into effect Friday at midnight.
LA City Council Votes To Ban E-Cigarettes In Public AreasThe Los Angeles City Council Tuesday voted to ban e-cigarette use at bars, nightclubs, restaurants and other public areas.
More Young Students Using Electronic Cigarettes, Marijuana Oil To Get High During ClassMore students are using electronic cigarettes, and it’s not uncommon for them to load the device with marijuana oil, allowing them to get high inconspicuously during class.
UC Irvine To Allow E-Cigarettes, Chewing Tobacco Despite UC BanThe University of California Irvine will allow students and staff to puff electronic cigarettes and chew tobacco on campus, despite a university system-wide ban that took effect Wednesday.
LA Councilman Wants To Ban Sale of E-Cigarettes To MinorsA Los Angeles city councilman doesn’t want minors to get their hands on electronic cigarettes.
Seal Beach City Council Approves 45-Day Moratorium On E-Cigarette VendorsThe city of Seal Beach voted unanimously Monday night to create a 45-day moratorium on electronic cigarette vendors, smoke shops and drug paraphernalia retailers.
Corona Couple Sues After E-Cigarette Battery Explodes In CarA Corona husband and wife have sued an e-cigarette manufacturer alleging its rechargeable battery exploded in their vehicle, leaving the woman with second-degree burns.