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This is the first sample of WNV-positive mosquitoes confirmed within the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District's boundaries. Since its introduction in 2003 through 2014, there have been 4,805 reported human infections and 176 deaths from WNV in California, according to the California Department of Public Health. "One mosquito bite can change a life," says Wakoli Wekesa, the District's Scientific Program Director. We also urge our residents to call the District to report any mosquito activity.
Vincent de Paul's community outreach facility to be dedicated Sunday. Imbued with rust, gold, copper, red, bright blues and other vivid colors, works by the official Congregation of the Sacred Hearts artist priest are usually recognizable signature pieces. A figurative portrayal of the Virgin Mary was appropriate because the San Dimas church is named for her, Moore reasoned. The three stained-glass windows are faceted windows, unlike the painted-glass windows he did years ago for the new Holy Name of Mary church.
In San Dimas on July 15. From 2003 through 2014, there were 4,805 reported human infections and 176 deaths from WNV in California, according to the state Department of Public Health. In late June, San Bernardino County Public Health officials confirmed that West Nile virus was found in mosquitoes rapped near Frisbee Park in Rialto. Last year, in San Bernardino County, there were 30 confirmed human cases of West Nile virus, while Los Angeles County recorded 218 confirmed cases.
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SAN DIMAS >> Coroner's officials Sunday identified a 55-year-old trucker found dead inside a big rig parked along the right shoulder of the 10 Freeway Saturday afternoon. Luis Diaz-Jaramillo of Chula Vista was pronounced dead at the scene after he was discovered unresponsive in his big rig alongside the eastbound 10 Freeway, just west of the 57 Freeway, Los Angeles County Department of Coroner Lt. He had last been heard from the day before, when he contacted his dispatch center and conveyed that he was vomiting blood, Corral said.
The incident was first reported on the eastbound 10 Freeway, just west of the 57 Freeway, according to California Highway Patrol logs. Paramedics responded to a report of a medical issue when they encountered the truck driver, described only as a man, in his truck, parked on the freeway shoulder, Los Angeles County Fire Department Dispatch Supervisor Cheryl Sims said. Paramedics reported that the man was in full cardiac arrest and pronounced dead at the scene, she said.
Child welfare agencies continue to grapple with significant increases in the volume of child abuse and neglect reports being made by telephone. Some calls are placed on hold for long periods of time, often resulting in dropped calls. SB 478 creates a voluntary program for certain geographic counties, specified by the Department of Social Services and the County Welfare Directors Association, where non-emergency online reports of possible child abuse and neglect can be reported quickly and more efficiently.
Freeway and ran across a field before being arrested. The chase began about 8 a.m., when sheriff's deputies tried to stop the car in the Hacienda Heights area, according to the California Highway Patrol and broadcast reports. Freeway, and then onto surface streets and back onto the eastbound 60 Freeway, according to the CHP. Eventually, the car led authorities onto the westbound 10 Freeway, where it stopped near Via Verde about 8:25 a.m., just north of Cal Poly Pomona.
GLENDORA - An argument at a parking lot Wednesday ended with an arrest of a man who allegedly followed a woman to the police station then hit into her car. He wasn't sure what started it. And got out of her car. Stabio said the man moved his car forward and hit the woman's parked vehicle. Her car sustained minor to moderate damage, the sergeant said. Police arrested Thomas Slanina, 68, of San Dimas on suspicion of misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon. Stabio said Slanina was booked, cited and released.
UNINCORPORATED AZUSA >> A man and his autistic son were found Tuesday evening after they were reported missing earlier that afternoon. However, they returned home on their own and uninjured Tuesday evening, Rodriquez said.
SAN DIMAS >> A burglar broke into a local restaurant and took cash from the registers on Tuesday. Deputies haven't determined how much money was stolen. Arrow Hwy., according to Lt. Andy Berg of the sheriff's San Dimas station. And found the door to the restaurant forced open. He said the suspect emptied the cash registers but wasn't able to break into the store's safe.
SAN DIMAS >> A local Formula Drift driver is asking the public's help to recover a two-car trailer that was stolen from his shop in San Dimas on Sunday. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. Elisabeth Sachs confirmed that deputies responded to a call for service Monday morning but that no report was filed. Pawlak took to social media Monday to spread the word about the stolen trailer, and a public Facebook post had been shared more than 450 times. Anyone with information about the trailer was asked to email Pawlak at email@example.com .
SAN DIMAS >> An armed man wearing a straw hat and orange vest with reflector tape fled with the contents of a tip jar after a store robbery on Sunday. Joe Bolanos of the sheriff's San Dimas station didn't have the exact amount stolen but said it was minimal. He lifted his shirt, showed a handgun and told the employee he wanted money, Bolanos said. The clerk ran out after seeing the gun, as the robber reached in, took money from the tip jar and left the store. There appeared to be no getaway car.
SAN DIMAS >> A con artist posing as an IRS representative nearly persuaded a woman to turn over thousands of dollars Friday before a misunderstanding at a San Dimas bank drew the attention of deputies, officials said. Arrow Highway, Los Angeles County sheriff's Lt. They arrived and learned there had been no robbery, but there was a crime in progress, she said. The teller thought the bank was being robbed and called deputies. A 70-year-old Sierra Madre woman lost about $4,000 in a nearly identical scam in April .
I didn't want to mention many because I wanted to see what you thought. And as always, you came through. He has been on the air for decades. Saturday on KSPN 710 AM. The problem is the website still makes little money for the time spent reporting, and Barrett wants to spend more time with his family. Expect it to shut down by the end of the month, after he is done highlighting radio's best on- and off-air people, and allowing readers to reminisce. Richard Wagoner is a San Pedro freelance writer covering radio in Southern California.