Category: CA News

California Doctor Faces Rare Murder Charges

Authorities are determined to prove that Doctor Hsui-Ying “Lisa” Tseng, forty-two years of age, is not just guilty of over-prescribing medication but is also guilty of murder.  She has been named “Dr. Feelgood” because authorities are alleging that she passed out prescriptions for medications such as OxyContin, Adderall, Xanax, and Vicodin at the rate of twenty-five prescriptions a day

Good Earth Firefly Electric “Essential Services Vehicle” Enters West Coast Market

March 1, 2012, Fort Worth, TX — Good Earth Energy Conservation, Inc. (GEEC) today announced agreements with three prominent fleet dealers in California and Washington State to sell the company’s “Firefly”, a high-performance three-wheeled electric utility vehicle designed for essential services such as local parking enforcement. Turf and Industrial Equipment in Santa Clara, ECARCO in Long Beach,

Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition / National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference March 4 – 9, 2012

February 29, 2012 (LOS ANGELES) – The Los Angeles Convention Center will host more than 11,000 professionals attending this year’s Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition / National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference (OFC/NFOEC) from March 4 to March 9. In this gathering of innovative high-technology leaders in various areas of the industry, more than 500 exhibitors

California Manufacturing Companies Save $541 Million Through DOE Efficiency Training Centers

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In support of President Obama’s blueprint for an American economy built to last and an all-out, all-of-the-above approach to American energy, the Energy Department today announced that California manufacturers have saved $541 million over 21 years through an Energy Department-funded university training program. The Department’s Industrial Assessment Program, touted by President Obama

Government Meeting Professionals: Expanded Southern California Chapter

SAN DIEGO, CA—The San Diego chapter of the Society of Government Meeting Professionals (SGMP) has expanded its territory and changed its name to the Southern California chapter. In conjunction with the expansion, membership fees for government meeting professionals have been reduced 55 percent through April 30, 2012. This chapter has represented SGMP in the greater

CBP Foils Mother/Daughter Cocaine Smuggling Team at LAX

Camouflage Scheme of 10.3 lb Cocaine Paste in Liquid Condiments Fails LOS ANGELES-U.S. Customs and Protection (CBP) officers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) apprehended two passengers (a 54 year old mother and her 22 year old daughter) who were transporting 10.3 pounds of cocaine last Thursday night. CBP officers intercepted, extracted and seized cocaine paste

NFIB/CA Announces 2012 Leadership Council Members

Sacramento, CA., February 8, 2012 — Today, the National Federation of Independent Business, California announced the members of its Leadership Council for 2012.  The group is responsible for advising the state public policy staff on issues that are important to small businesses in California.   “These members are going above and beyond the call to ensure