U.S. Measles Outbreak Continues as CDC Confirms 20 New Cases
The Centers for Disease Control had unsettling news to share on Tuesday, announcing that America’s fight against a recent outbreak of measles is far fr ...
Polio-like virus has possible case in Michigan: What to know
Acute flaccid myelitis, better known as AFM, is a rare condition that affects the spinal cord, according to the CDC.
What to know about polio-like illness in Michigan: CDC tracking 4 cases
Ingham, Ottawa, Macomb and Oakland have reported unconfirmed cases.
Danish top court confirms Uber fines, 1,500 cases more ahead
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - Denmark's top court has confirmed that four drivers should be fined for working for Uber in the Scandinavian country, paving the way for some 1,500 other Uber drivers to be prosecuted for illegally operating taxis The Supreme Court confirmed Friday lower courts' rulings fining the men, who were not named. The lowest fine of 40,000 kroner ($6,223) was slapped on the driver…
PACC confirms rabies case involving pets; 13 others remain in quarantine
Multiple cats have died after being infected with the rabies virus and more than a dozen animals remain in quarantine for possible exposure to a rabid skunk several weeks ago,
What happens now to the Supreme Court's first transgender rights case?
Gavin Grimm’s case went to the Supreme Court when his school board contested an Obama administration directive to let him and other transgender students use bathrooms that match their gender identity. But after the Trump administration released a letter Wednesday rolling back the directive, Grimm’s legal standing may be in doubt.
$20,000 settles Central case
WILLIAMSPORT — Central Columbia has reached a $20,000 settlement with the mother of a boy who sued the district, claiming “excessive corporal punishment” after her son was allegedly roughed up by teacher Richard Klingerman in 2009. Carla Maynard of the Benton area and son Carl Levan, now 17, will receive less than $14,000 from Central after paying their lawyer, Alice Corba of Berwick, about $6,600, plus…
Man suspected in 6 rapes across Hampton Roads should stand trial in first case, judge rules
Powanzieo Griffin is charged with raping a woman in Norfolk in 2017, and police say his DNA was connected to five other attacks.
What parents should know about a polio-like disease affecting children
Cases of AFM, a polio-like disease, is on the rise among children, with the condition appearing in more than half the states in the U.S. Here's what parents need to know.
What is acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), the polio-like illness causing worry?
Here is what is known about acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), the disease that has had 127 confirmed or suspected cases in 22 states as of Tuesday, including Pennsylvania.
Polio-like illness strikes 10 more, CDC says
Eight cases of acute flaccid myelitis have been identified in Pennsylvania, and four in New Jersey.
It’s rare, it’s like polio and it may be on the rise. Here are the facts about AFM
Six children in Minnesota, all under the age of 10, have been hospitalized with a rare, paralyzing, polio-like condition known as acute flaccid myelitis or AFM. 16 other states have confirmed AFM cases in 2018.
Why LA County mumps cases in recent outbreak first went misdiagnosed
Cases of mumps are so infrequent, that physicians may not even know how to spot the infectious disease, which is why patients in the recent
'We try not to think too much about why, or how it happened,' says dad of boy paralyzed by...
Six cases of AFM — a disease with polio-like symptoms — were diagnosed in Pittsburgh in 2018, with two other cases still under review.
Fish kill case continued until May 20
The three Marion men who were charged with the massive fish kill that occurred at the Armstrong Fish Hatchery will have their day in court next month after their cases
What's next in the Sarah Stern murder case?
Prosecutors said they will present their case against two men accused in Sarah Stern's death to a grand jury next month.
10 suspected MERS cases test negative
All 10 people who had shown symptoms of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome tested negative for the disease, health authorities said Wednesday.The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said one person who came into close contact with a MERS patient, as well as another nine people who came into ordinary contact with him, and who had been placed under quarantine have all been released as they did not have t...
State Reports 10 New Vaping Cases to CDC
State officials on Wednesday reported 10 new cases of vaping-associated pulmonary injury.
Lessons from Jerry Mitchell, the cold case reporter
TIMELINE: How the Cash Plus fraud case unfolded
Published:Wednesday | May 24, 2017 | 5:18 PM Carlos Hill... says he will be seeking to refund depositors Former Cash Plus boss Carlos Hill was today freed of fraud charges in the long-running case against him in which thousands of depositors lost money in the unregulated fraud scheme he operated It’s the culmination of eight years of court attendance, delays and Here’s the timeline of some of the important developments in the case: 2002 - Cash Plus Ltd, led by Carlos Hill, starts…