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White teenager goes on sexual molestation spree in California

RIVERISDE, CALIFORNIA -- An affluent white teenager is behind bars on a $1million bail  this week after an 18-year-old teenager was jailed on more than 50 counts of child molestation. Joseph Hayden Boston, 18, reportedly turned himself in at the orders of his mother -- after -- he admitted to molesting initially two young boys at a Riverside motel. According to documents obtained from police reports,  Boston,  apparently went to a Riverside motel where he molested two boys who stayed in a nearby room.  Police reports say that Boston lured the boys to the room, by, asking permission that they be allowed into his room from their parents.   Meanwhile,   he then apparently notified his mother of what he had did. The children, ehum, were between the ages of 4 and 8. Police reportedly beli...
Court documents say Jahi McMath may be alive: Report
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Court documents say Jahi McMath may be alive: Report

CALIFORNIA -- You may not remember the name, but,  her parents have spent years trying to keep her alive.  Several years ago, Jahi McMath made headlines after a tonsil surgery in California went terribly awry.  So awry, that she ended up with irreversible brain damage and was later declared brain dead.  Although, newly surfaced court documents show that she may not "meet the statute to be actually declared dead" in turn resulting in an even more uphill battle for the family. So, what happened? An apparent tonsil surgery years ago went wrong, some of which, resulted in the brain damage and massive bleeding.   McMath's parents have since sued the UCLA center that performed the operation citing "malpractice".   Many, however, are curious as to how the McMath family has been paying for Jahi...
California approves bill that raises legal smoking age to 21
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California approves bill that raises legal smoking age to 21

LOS ANGELES -- Big news for smokers in California, news, that is likely to upset most people.  According to Gov.  Jerry Brown, a new bill has been signed into law effective 9 June that criminalizes the sell of tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. California is now the second state in the United States to create such a law. Recent studies and reports indicate that most new smokers who develop habits in their early and late 20's ended up smoking well before the age of 19.   Opponents of the bill are expected to challenge the bill come November, when, it may become able to be removed from law if enough signatures are  gathered with the votes.
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