Unable To Strike, Cable Car Workers In San Francisco Call In SickSan Francisco's famed cable cars were not running Monday morning and the rest of the city's transit system was experiencing rush-hour delays after workers called in sick, transportation officials said.
Family Saved At Sea Asks Critics To Hold JudgmentA family lifted from a disabled sailboat hundreds of miles off the Mexican coast with their sick 1-year-old is thanking rescuers and defending their "maritime life."
Bay Area Student May Have Exposed Thousands To Measles On Public TransitSan Francisco Bay Area health officials issued a public warning that a college student with measles could have exposed thousands of others when he attended classes and rode public transit.
Flu Claims First Calaveras And Plumas Counties This Season The flu has claimed the life of its first victim in Plumas County. Health officials say the senior passed away last week after being hospitalized from influenza.
Flu Now Widespread In California; 5 Deaths ReportedCalifornia health officials say flu activity is now widespread throughout the state, and one new death in people under 65 has been reported, bringing this season's death toll to five people.
Thousands Camping Out For Free Medical Treatment At Cal Expo ClinicHundreds of people are about to get free health care. When you consider the skyrocketing cost of medical care today, it’s a deal some families can't refuse.
Sick Horse Left To Die In Sacramento CountyA criminal case of animal abuse was uncovered in Sacramento County after a horse near death was left to die a terrible death.
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