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New App Could Warn LA Before the Shaking Starts

Angelenos could get precious seconds — perhaps even tens of seconds — before shaking from a distant earthquake arrives thanks to a new early warning app. The ShakeAlertLA app created by the City of Los Angeles,  launched earlier this month, is built on the U.S. Geological Survey’s earthquake early warning

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Should California Rebuild Knowing Homes Will Burn Again?

Should California Rebuild Knowing Homes Will Burn Again?

Wildfires sweeping over sun-drenched, brush-covered landscapes of California is nothing new, but 2018 could be a particularly devastating year. As a result of the 2018 fires, AccuWeather estimates the total economic loss to the Golden State could reach $400 billion. That figure includes loss of property, taxes, jobs, businesses and more. In

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How to Protect Your Connected Gadgets in the New Year

How to Protect Your Connected Gadgets in the New Year

It’s gift season once again. All the latest gadgets for the modern home from TVs to refrigerators to light bulbs connect to the internet. In North America, the number of smart homes is expected to hit 73 million by 2021, according to reports. While those connected devices might make life

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Car Safety Systems Add to Fender Bender Repair Bills

Car Safety Systems Add to Fender Bender Repair Bills

New safety features in vehicles are becoming standard equipment but the benefits may come at a price even in minor accidents, according to AAA. Vehicles with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), such as automatic emergency braking or blind spot monitoring, can cost twice as much to repair following an accident

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What California's IoT Cybersecurity Law Means for Consumers

What California’s IoT Cybersecurity Law Means for Consumers

California is trailblazing public policy once again with new cybersecurity standards for web-connected “smart” devices. The bill, SB-327, signed recently into law by Gov. Jerry Brown, seeks to set baseline cybersecurity standards for Internet of Things (IoT) devices from thermostats to webcams to cars. Starting in 2020, any manufacturer of

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California Debates Who Should Pay for Destructive Wildfires

California Debates Who Should Pay for Destructive Wildfires

Firefighters are stretched thin by more than a dozen blazes burning throughout California. As wildfires are now a year-round threat, politicians in Sacramento are debating who should pay for the growing number of fires, now and in the future. The central question before lawmakers is whether public utilities should remain

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Why California’s Wildfire Problem is Getting Worse

Why California’s Wildfire Problem is Getting Worse

The Mendocino Complex fire in Northern California just made dubious history as the state’s largest-ever blaze. It’s becoming commonplace that wildfires across the Golden State engulf homes, scorch heirlooms and family photos, and claim lives. The reason these wildfires seem more destructive is that people and fires are coming together, experts

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Your College Student May Need Their Own Insurance

Your College Student May Need Their Own Insurance

Packing for college can be hectic, but there’s one thing parents should add to the back-to-college list; an insurance checkup. Your student will be thinking about classes, meeting new friends and finding a coffee shop open late, but the college experience could, unfortunately, be someone making off with their laptop

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