Saturday Random News Roundup

Pilot in deadly Yorba Linda crash twice disciplined by federal air safety board

The pilot of a plane that broke up in the sky and crashed into a Yorba Linda neighborhood on Super Bowl Sunday, killing him and four others inside a home, apparently was twice disciplined by the National Transportation Safety Board, according to federal documents.

Jury awards $123M to victims in Seattle duck boat crash

A Seattle jury awarded $123 million to the victims and families of a 2015 duck boat accident that killed five and injured 60. Both the maker of the vehicle and current operator were blamed.

UK: More than 1,000 children and teenagers are admitted to hospital with stab wounds in just one year 

Doctors are increasingly worried about the ‘Zombie knives’ favoured by gangs which are made to kill, as knife crime soars among those under 19, with the number admitted for wounds up 55 percent.

Southern California’s lack of economic freedom

Californians continue to be on the move. According to North American Moving Services, California lost residents and had some of the highest rates of outbound moves in 2018, according to moving truck rental data. In contrast, Texas and Florida were among the states with the highest rates of people moving in.