A Petaluma-based firm is recalling more than eight million pounds of beef, according to the US Department of Agriculture.
Three poultry processing plants linked to an outbreak of drug-resistant salmonella will remain open after implementing immediate changes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday.
The federal government is threatening to shut down three California poultry processing plants linked to a drug-resistant strain of salmonella that has sickened hundreds.
Officials said the number of missed inspections totals about half of the 2,600 that the Orange County Fire Authority is required to conduct.
An investigation into safety testing practices used on Northern California bridges is raising questions about structures here in the Southland.
Inspections of faulty tubes that caused the shutdown of two reactors at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station have been completed, but findings are not yet being released, Southern California Edison said Friday.
Homeowners in the San Fernando Valley are being warned about fire official impersonators who may be knocking on doors claiming to inspect homes.
Even though elevators are supposed to be inspected every year, we found permits in elevators well past the deadline — tens of thousands of expired permits statewide. It’s a potential for a hazard.
The airliner whose roof ripped open 34,000 feet over Arizona has had a busy 15-year life: taking off and touching down more than seven times a day, on average, and possibly developing microscopic cracks in its aluminum skin each time.
Should buildings in California be required to “make the grade” when it comes to earthquakes just like restaurants do for health?
A Southern California company is recalling nearly 42,000 pounds of chicken tamales because they contain an undeclared allergen.