Imperial Valley News
Sacramento, California - The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is lifting the health advisory that warned consumers not to eat certain types of seafood from the Ventura County coastline, due to dangerous levels of a naturally occurring toxin that can cause illness or death.
Roseville Couple Plead Guilty to Loan Modification and Foreclosure Rescue Scam That Targeted Spanish-Speaking Community
Sacramento, California - Martin Wayne Flanders, 50, formerly of Roseville, and Ligia Sandoval Spafford, 48, of Roseville, pleaded guilty today to mail fraud for their participation in a fraud scheme that targeted distressed homeowners, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.
Sacramento, California - Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Monica M. Miller of the Sacramento Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) presented Green Valley Community Church of Placerville with the regional FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award.
Westmorland, California - Agents from the El Centro Sector Border Patrol’s Border Community Liaison Program assisted the Imperial County Public Health Department and Westmorland Union Elementary School in conducting their annual “Nutrition Olympics” on January. 26th.
Stella Solar-Powered Car, Uber and Kim Kardashian: Hollywood Shine at This Year's at Eighth Annual Crunchies Awards
San Francisco, California - Thursday night, tech's hottest startups, founders, engineers and venture capitalists vied for recognition as the best of best at the 2015 Crunchies Awards. Winners across 20 categories, including Fastest Rising Startup, Best Founder and, Best Health Startup, took home the coveted monkey statuettes of honor.
Medtronic Inc. to Pay $2.8 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations Related to "SubQ Stimulation" Procedures
Washington, DC - Medical device manufacturer Medtronic Inc. has agreed to pay the United States $2.8 million to resolve allegations under the False Claims Act that Medtronic caused certain physicians to submit false claims to federal health care programs for a medical procedure known as “SubQ stimulation,” the Justice Department announced today.