The maker of Sriracha chili sauce is so angry about a judge's order to get rid of strong smells that bother neighbors in Irwindale that it made a sign.
Huy Fong Foods recently hung a banner outside of its office that reads, "No Tear Gas Made Here."
A judge last month ruled the company created a public niusance and ordered it to stop any work that created irritating fumes.
Huy Fong Foods grinds up fresh chilis for about three months out of the year.
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The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors supported the measures at its meeting on Tuesday. The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa reports that they were among a number of proposals approved by the supervisors at the meeting with the goal of restoring trust in the wake of Andy Lopez's shooting.
Lopez was shot and killed by Sonoma County sheriff's deputy Erick Gelhaus on Oct. 22 as the teen walked in his Santa Rosa neighborhood. Gelhaus told investigators he believed the BB gun Lopez was carrying was an assault rifle.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A mentally ill man convicted of setting a fire at a Hollywood synagogue has been sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison.
City News Service says the judge who sentenced Dmitriy Sheyko on Tuesday acknowledged his schizophrenia but said Sheyko deliberately went on a crime spree.
The 23-year-old must register as an arson offender. With time served, he could be released in two years but might face further confinement in a mental hospital if he's judged to be a continuing risk.
KFI AM 640 is holding its annual radiothon to benefit Caterina's Club on December 12, 2013 at the Anaheim White House.
All of KFI's local hosts and news anchors will be on-site collecting pasta, sauce and monetary donations for the charity. We'll be broadcasting live from 5am-10pm!
Last year, KFI raised $141,000 and 11,000 pounds of pasta and sauce. We aim to beat that this year!
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Former Officer Manuel Anthony Ramos is charged with second-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter and former police Cpl. Jay Cicinelli is charged with involuntary manslaughter and excessive force in the death of Kelly Thomas. Ramos, the first
The trial began in earnest with opening statements yesterday, when Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas -- believed to be personally prosecuting a case for the first time since 1999 -- told jurors the defendants killed a ``harmless'' homeless man on
During his 45-minute opening statement, Rackauckas told the jury that Ramos and the 37-year-old Thomas knew each other from previous encounters.
``This was a routine encounter for both Kelly Thomas and Manuel Ramos,’’ he said.
``But within the space of 30 minutes, Kelly was lying in a pool of blood, unconscious and dying.''
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