The birthrates in teens – an age when many pregnancies tend to be unplanned – is dropping; the highest birthrates are now among women 25 to 34 years of age.
The birthrates in teens – an age when many pregnancies tend to be unplanned – is dropping; the highest birthrates are now among women 25 to 34 years of age. sabianmaggy Creative Commons
The birthrates in teens – an age when many pregnancies tend to be unplanned – is dropping; the highest birthrates are now among women 25 to 34 years of age. sabianmaggy Creative Commons

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  • Deputies rescue bloodhound trapped under car on California highway

    A Placer County Sheriff’s deputy and another California Highway Patrol officer rescued a dog trapped under a vehicle after being hit on Highway 80 east of Penryn, California on January 18. The Placer County Sheriff’s Office said a deputy was driving along the eastbound lanes of traffic when the deputy saw a bloodhound running frantically across the highway. Other motorists tried to avoid hitting the scared dog, and the deputy tried to slow traffic and save the animal from the busy roadway. The dog then ran the opposite direction, where he was hit by a passing car, becoming pinned underneath with its paw under the rear tire. Using a floor jack, the two officers were able to lift the car and save the dog.