Foster Farms Chicken Plant Closed for Cockroach Infestation; Child Molester Goes Free, Dunkin’ Donuts is Coming

Plus, Physicist wins White House Award, 13-year old to lead symphony, Little League World Series returns

Miguel Morales studies condensed matter physics. Photo Credit: LLNL
Miguel Morales studies condensed matter physics. Photo Credit: LLNL

By Genevieve Bookwalter/Patch

Welcome to your daily Bay Area Patch news roundup!

Today’s big news comes from Newark Patch, after a Foster Farms chicken plant was closed due to a cockroach infestation.

From Newark Patch:

“A Foster Farms chicken processing plant in California was closed for a second time on Sunday, according to information from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.”

“The facility in Livingston was closed for the first time on Wednesday when USDA safety inspectors found live cockroaches in the plant.  It reopened on Friday only to be closed again on Sunday morning.”

“...Foster Farms distributes poultry products at Safeway, Costco and other national supermarkets.”

Read on for this and other top headlines around the Bay Area.  

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13-Year-Old Cupertino Violinist to Lead Saratoga Symphony

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Physicist at Lab Wins Award from White House

Little League World Series Baseball Returns to Livermore in 2014

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