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Air Quality Remains Poor In SacramentoSacramento County Public Health officials issued a warning to residents to minimize their activity outside, especially for the those with health concerns.
Basketball Court Bond Leads To Fair Oaks Kidney DonationEvery Tuesday, Doug Veale and his friend Martin Keitt meet for a game. But this Tuesday, they’ll meet for something bigger.
E. Coli Levels On The Rise Along Lower American RiverThe board wants to add the bacteria to a list of pollutants that would federally designate the lower American River as an "impaired body of water."
Mexican Soldiers Seize 140 Pounds Of Fentanyl At US BorderSoldiers in northern Mexico say they have seized a surprisingly large stash of the powerful opioid fentanyl from a truck near the U.S. border.
Feds Halt Study Into Health Threat From Coal MinesSome studies have linked living near mountaintop removal mines to greater risks of cancer, birth defects and premature death.
Parasite Outbreak Hitting San Joaquin County WaterDozens of kids and adults have been sickened by swallowing contaminated pool, lake, and river water.
Folsom Teen Left Paralyzed After Summer Camp AccidentAshton Fritz was at church camp in San Diego when he did a back flip and suffered a severe spinal injury that paralyzed him from the neck down.
Study: Energy Drink Use Predicts Increase Risk for Drug, Alcohol UseA new study finds that energy drinks could be paving the way for cocaine addictions.
Maggots Infested Man's Throat At Group Home, Raising Care ConcernsMaggots in a tracheostomy are almost unheard of in the developed world, with only a few cases in the medical literature, according to experts.
First New Drug In Decades Gives Hope To ALS PatientsThe drug Radicava was approved by the FDA and has proved to be effective for ALS patients.
St. Louis Encephalitis Found In Stanislaus, Yuba County MosquitoesA mosquito in Stanislaus County has tested positive for a virus, much like West Nile that could potentially cause death in humans.
One Year Later, California Schools See Rise In Student Vaccination RatesA year after the end of a long, contentious debate over school vaccinations, school districts say a new law has created a big change.

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