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Sunday Links: Autopsy of NorCal Family That Died Hiking in Sierra National Forest Brings Up Nothing

  • No one yet knows exactly how a local family of three (and their dog) died while hiking in the Sierra National Forest. The first autopsy performed on the corpse did not provide any additional information on how the corpse died. Investigators still believe that these deaths were unintentional, and initial reports found no evidence of blunt trauma or poisoning. Another autopsy is coming soon. [Chronicle]
  • Barack Obama Boulevard debuts in San Jose on Saturday.. More than half a mile of Autumn Street has been renamed in honor of the 44th President of the United States at a cost of $ 11,000 to rename the sign. Approximately 150 people, led by former San Jose city councilman Forrest Williams, marched on the newly named Barack Obama Boulevard to the SAP Center, where the official dedication ceremony took place yesterday morning. [East Bay Times]
  • Hundreds of people became immunocompromised and received a third COVID-19 vaccination as the CDC, FDA, and Marin County approved additional doses. [KTVU]
  • CAL FIRE investigators do not yet have sufficient evidence to identify the exact cause of Glass Fire, but nearby wineries are exempt from accountability after the electric fence line becomes a problem. I did. [Chronicle]
  • Recent studies published in the journal Science Advances Smoke exposure was found to correlate with severe cases and increased mortality from the disease in California, Washington, and Oregon in 2020. So what does that mean for this year’s wildfire season? [Hoodline]
  • Proposal 22 is considered unconstitutional, and Lyft and Uber drivers are responding to the edict. One independent contractor said:[he] I always expected Proposal 22 to be a short-term victory. ” [KRON4]
  • Remind us that vaccines are just as important to the animals we share on this planet, especially to the endangered animals and to us humans. [Mongabay]
  • In the New York Times today, you’ll find readings that reflect the importance of protecting Indonesia’s disappearing jungle, which has shrunk by more than 80% in the last 50 years alone. [NYT]

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