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West Nile Outbreak Brings Death to Southern California

West Nile Outbreak Brings Death to Southern California

West Nile Virus (WNV) outbreaks are on the rise in all of Southern California, with two deaths in Orange County, more in Los Angeles and a death from the virus this week in San Diego. The virus is spreading at a more rapid pace than expected in the region. The human cases are on the rise […]

10 Biggest Health Risks for Men in Their 40s

10 Biggest Health Risks for Men in Their 40s

Turning 40 is a major milestone. It is when most people suddenly realize that they are now in the middle of life. It is also when people ­ particularly men ­need to pay more attention to their bodies to lessen the odds of heart disease, debilitating injuries, cancer, diabetes and other problems in the not-so-distant […]

Pandas Helped by Human Fertility Techniques

Pandas Helped by Human Fertility Techniques

Earlier this month, a zoo in China reported a rare birth of panda triplets. Pandas are notoriously difficult to reproduce in captivity; therefore, this success excited people worldwide, particularly those working in other zoos that have them on expensive loans from China. One such example are the experts at the Edinburgh Zoo.They finally had the […]

Hellbrunn Palace Humorous Trick Fountains Purposely Leave Visitors Soaked

Hellbrunn Palace Humorous Trick Fountains Purposely Leave Visitors Soaked

Throughout the 2014 Salzburg Festival, the arts section of the Guardian Liberty Voice has featured articles about various museums and concert venues in Salzburg, Austria. The last article in this series is about the summer palace of a 17th-century prince-archbishop with a sense of humor. The Hellbrunn Palace grounds had humorous trick fountains installed that […]

Emotions Linked to Healing in Humans and Animals

Emotions Linked to Healing in Humans and Animals

Emotions are often thought of as quintessentially human. Science however, is gradually accepting the idea that emotions are not as exclusive to the human race as was once thought. Now the mental health community is following suit by showing that not only are emotions one of many evolutionary links between humans and animals but that […]

David Barajas Acquitted in Shooting of Sons’ Killer

David Barajas Acquitted in Shooting of Sons’ Killer

David Barajas has been acquitted of shooting the man who killed his two young sons in a drunk driving accident back in 2012. The jury came to their decision on Wednesday, August 27, after deciding that Barajas did not kill the man in question. The reason for the acquittal was, primarily, a lack of substantial […]

Virginia Soldier Dies After Shooting Herself at Army Base

Virginia Soldier Dies After Shooting Herself at Army Base

A female soldier in Virginia died after shooting herself at the Fort Lee army base in an attempt to commit suicide. The sergeant had barricaded herself in an office at the Combined Arms Support Command and began throwing things at the officers who were trying to calm her down. The soldier then fired a single […]

Woman Denied Emergency Help From 911 With Child Locked Inside Hot Car

Woman Denied Emergency Help From 911 With Child Locked Inside Hot Car

A Florida mother was denied adequate help from a 911 dispatcher when her son accidentally locked himself inside of her car on an extremely hot afternoon. Shana Dees had just left a drug store when she strapped Jack, her 10-month-old son, into his car seat and shut the door. Seconds later she heard the doors […]

Four Kentucky Firefighters Electrocuted When Participating in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Four Kentucky Firefighters Electrocuted When Participating in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

In Kentucky on Thursday of last week, four Campbellsville firefighters were electrocuted when electricity raced from a high voltage line to the bucket of an aerial ladder truck they each were standing in. This happened while they were participating in an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge student fundraising event at the university located at Campbellsville. Captain […]

Horse Races Continue at Del Mar Despite Deaths [Graphic Video]

Horse Races Continue at Del Mar Despite Deaths [Graphic Video]

  Horse race season is a hotly anticipated tradition in San Diego County.  The Del Mar track is almost 80 years old and has kept its relevance in the community by emphasizing its classic style, providing free concerts on Fridays after the races and just generally claiming that it’s “cool as ever.” The races have […]

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