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2014/07/25 03:06
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WATSONVILLE >> They are often poor, undocumented and find it harder than most Californians to access health care. But Latinos who live in southern Santa Cruz County have higher vaccination...
2014/07/25 03:06
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2014/07/24 23:45
2014/07/24 23:45
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The state has fined Sharp Memorial Hospital $100,000 after a patient fell off a table and fractured her back during a procedure. The incident happened in 2012, according to a report from the...
2014/07/24 19:47
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Six hospitals in Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange counties were among eight facilities fined by state health officials Thursday for not complying with licensing requirements. The fines amounted...
2014/07/24 01:07
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ORLAND >> The Orland City Council was recently presented with a study focusing on water capacity that discussed the possibility of removing a historic water tank that has been part of the city...
2014/07/23 06:22
2014/07/23 06:22
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OAKLAND -- California's teen birthrate has plummeted 63 percent since 1990, the most dramatic drop of any state in the nation, according to an annual report released Tuesday. The numbers are part of...
2014/07/23 02:14
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Cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea continue to rise in Los Angeles County, prompting public health officials to steer female teenagers and women toward ordering free, in-home test kits to help prevent...
2014/07/22 16:44
2014/07/22 16:44
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LAKEPORT >> Multiple county departments, districts and agencies are working to conserve water and address public concerns. At the first Lake County Drought Task Force meeting, which was held...
2014/07/22 12:32
2014/07/22 12:32
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The San Diego Unified school district is low on teachers and low on money to hire new ones. This is by design, at least the first part, but something has to give. In this case, it’s teachers who are...
2014/07/22 07:58
2014/07/22 07:58
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Concerned about an increase in the number of insects and birds testing positive for West Nile virus this summer, the local mosquito abatement district is once again using planes to spray pesticides...
2014/07/21 23:45
2014/07/21 23:45
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Health officials are testing local mosquitoes and warning residents to avoid them after a Santee man becomes the first to test positive for West Nile virus in San Diego County since 2012. The...
2014/07/21 16:47
2014/07/21 16:47
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As California’s whooping cough epidemic continues, Los Angeles Unified School District is offering free booster shots for eligible students at a series of upcoming clinics. All students entering...
2014/07/21 07:58
2014/07/21 07:58
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In the shadows of Grant Union High School, The 3 B’s barbershop hosts Little League sign-ups, fundraising carwashes and community association meetings. These days, the red stucco shop is where people...
2014/07/21 00:53
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Every school day, students at Carlsbad High tune in their classroom televisions to a news show produced by its award-winning broadcast journalism program. Airing from a well-appointed studio on...
2014/07/20 06:20
2014/07/20 06:20
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At its Monday meeting, the Fortuna City Council will hear information on the state-mandated water curtailment as it relates to the city and consider authorizing the Fortuna police chief to accept...
2014/07/19 03:14
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Fifty Los Angeles Unified School District students have come down with whooping cough since the beginning of June, officials said Friday, with more than a third of them from the San Fernando Valley...
2014/07/19 02:43
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LAKEPORT >> Members of county and state offices and organizations met Thursday to discuss potential plans to address the drought. The Lake County Drought Task Force was formed after the Lake...
2014/07/18 22:24
2014/07/18 22:24
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Ten California counties, including Santa Clara County, have settled a civil lawsuit filed against the Sysco Corporation regarding storing perishable foods in un-refrigerated and unregistered storage...
2014/07/18 15:42
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Ten district attorney’s offices in California, including Sonoma County’s, sued Sysco and its California affiliates in Santa Clara County Superior Court over charges it was holding perishable foods,...
2014/07/17 22:45
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Sysco Corporation, the world’s largest food distributor, has agreed to pay $19.4 million in penalties and restitution after an NBC Bay Area investigation uncovered the company’s secret food sheds...
2014/07/16 01:16
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The number of pending applications statewide has declined from 900,000 in March to 600,000 at the end of June, the California Department of Health Care Services reported recently. Better, but not...
2014/07/25 03:06
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