Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection that can spread through the lymph nodes and bloodstream to any organ in the body.
Tsunami Preparedness Week starts on March 27. Do you know what to do if you hear an evacuation warning at the beach?
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced today it is joining a new partnership with the Clinton Foundation and The San Diego Foundation to improve the health and well-being of children in San Diego County. The goal of the partnership is to build upon the success of San Diego County’s Live Well […]
A mother opossum is now recovering after she was found with the spikes of a chain link fence embedded in her skin Saturday in San Diego.
The teen died Feb. 25, 2017, from influenza A/H3 and had an underlying medical condition. The death was just reported last week.
So, spring has arrived — and the rains are coming back! Weather officials say rain could be heavy Wednesday. Fortunately, there are still plenty of free sandbags to help protect your property.
The County wants to hear from businesses that have been hurt by the significant sewage spill in the South Bay that started last month. The spill, which began in early February on the Mexican side of the border, triggered an estimated 143 million gallons of sewage to flow into the Tijuana River. This has led […]
“What greater gift than the love of a cat?” Charles Dickens
You’ve probably heard our desert flowers are blooming as they rarely do, thanks to heavy rainfall this past winter. Agua Caliente County Park is also starting to show its colors. Ranger Maggie Tull has an update on what the park’s plants have on display right now. Agua Caliente County Park (Google Map) is a ways from the center […]
When County Fire needs a new vehicle, it doesn’t just run down to the firetruck dealer and drive one off the lot. Extensive customization goes into a new fire engine, aerial ladder truck, or specialty piece of equipment to match it to the distinct needs of the location it will serve. “Our fleet is the […]