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Health officials declare hepatitis A outbreak in L.A. County

Los Angeles County public health officials declared a hepatitis A outbreak Tuesday, days after an emergency was declared in San Diego, where at least 16 people have died of the highly contagious virus. Case numbers are still small, with only 10 people infected as part of the outbreak, said Dr....

Health officials declare hepatitis A outbreak in L.A. County

Los Angeles County public health officials declared a hepatitis A outbreak Tuesday, days after an emergency was declared in San Diego, where at least 16 people have died of the highly contagious virus. Case numbers are still small in L.A County, with only 10 people infected as part of the outbreak,...

Health officials declare hepatitis A outbreak in L.A. County

While one of the country's largest hepatitis A outbreaks grows in San Diego, L.A. County officials say that cases have appeared to start spreading locally as well.

Diners at San Diego Restaurant Warned of Possible Hep A Exposure

A country-wide outbreak of the virus has killed 16 people already A deadly outbreak of hepatitis A in San Diego may have spread to a beachside restaurant. The county health department confirmed on Friday that an employee at World Famous...Show More Summary

The Brittany Killgore Sex Dungeon Murder Case

After two years of marriage to Lance Corporal Cory Killgore, 22-year-old Brittany Killgore, on April 11, 2012, filed for divorce. The Marine was serving in Afghanistan. Brittany lived in Fallbrook, California, a San Diego County town of 38,000 not far from Camp Pendleton, the U.S. Show More Summary

San Diego opens downtown restrooms amid hepatitis A crisis

New portable public restrooms have been opened in downtown San Diego, and more are planned, the city announced Saturday morning. The move is the latest step in the campaign by the city and county to turn the tide against the growing hepatitis A outbreak that has killed 16 and afflicted more than...

San Diego is struggling with a huge hepatitis A outbreak. Is it coming to L.A.?

San Diego County is experiencing the third worst hepatitis A outbreak in the nation since a vaccine was introduced. L.A. officials fear the outbreak is headed north.

Diners warned of possible hepatitis exposure at San Diego beach restaurant

A person at a Pacific Beach restaurant may have exposed an unknown number of customers to hepatitis A on seven different days, according to the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency. Anyone who may have eaten or had a drink at the World Famous restaurant at 711 Pacific Beach Drive in...

Former Irvine coach sentenced to 270 days in jail for trying to seduce minor

A University High School football coach was sentenced Wednesday, Sept. 13 to 270 days in San Diego County Jail after  pleading guilty of trying to communicate with an undercover officer he believed to be a 13-year-old girl for sex. Jeremy Osso, 39, in August pleaded to a felony count of sending harmful matter with the […]

How a joke in a hotel hot tub turned into a massive drug bust

A man was arrested shortly after undercover deputies from Marin County learned of his drug operation while chatting in a hotel hot tub, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

San Diego power-washing streets with bleach amid hepatitis outbreak

California's San Diego County is in the middle of a major hepatitis A outbreak that has led to 16 deaths and almost 300 people being hospitalized, according to its Health and Human Services Agency. Read mores | Linking Blogs | Comments

Death toll from San Diego hepatitis outbreak rises to 16, with 292 people hospitalized

San Diego County’s hepatitis A outbreak shows no signs of slowing, according to the latest update released Tuesday by the county Health and Human Services Agency. The outbreak’s death total rose to 16 — one more than last week’s total. The number of confirmed cases reached 421, up 23 from last week....

Orange County health officials: Vaccinations best way to prevent hepatitis A outbreak among local homeless population

An outbreak of hepatitis A that has led to the deaths of more than a dozen homeless people in San Diego County and multiple hospitalizations there and in Santa Cruz County has local health officials keeping a close watch on homeless people in Orange County. They also are offering vaccinations to the potentially high-risk population. […]

Where are Southern California’s priciest hotels? (Would you pay $541 a night?)

To find out, I loaded into the trusty spreadsheet CBRE's hotel data for major markets within Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties from this year's first seven months.

Utilities seek moratorium on community choice electricity programs

Some of California’s big shareholder-owned utilities are working to thwart the expansion of government-owned electricity programs, including Los Angeles County’s proposed end run on traditional power providers. San Diego Gas & Electric Co. and Pacific Gas & Electric Co. are seeking amendments to...

Publisher’s Platform: Hepatitis A emergency in San Diego

The current Hepatitis A outbreak in California underscores the need for foodservice workers to be vaccinated against the virus. San Diego’s County Board of Supervisors did the right thing this week in declaring a local health emergency. County Public Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten is recommending the vaccination for anyone who handles food, as well as health... Continue Reading

Philip Rivers to be road warrior for Chargers on SD commute

Philip Rivers is commuting between San Diego and Orange County this season for the Chargers        

San Diego County declares emergency amid hepatitis outbreak

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — Officials in San Diego County have declared a public health emergency due to the spread of the liver disease hepatitis A.

After 15 hepatitis deaths, San Diego County declares local health emergency

San Diego County declared a local health emergency Friday night, adding a new level of urgency to a hepatitis A outbreak that has hit hardest among tthe homeless population, killing 15 people and hospitalizing hundreds. The declaration by Dr. Wilma Wooten, the region’s public health officer, bolsters...

San Diego ordered to act against hepatitis A outbreak

After weeks of delay, hand-washing stations were to start popping up in San Diego on Friday — one day after the county health department sent a letter demanding the city improve sanitary conditions in areas where homeless people affected by an ongoing hepatitis A outbreak are known to congregate....

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