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  • San Fernando Valley roundup: Family fights for ownership of dog, Woman claims she got West Nile from dirty Studio City pool

    San Fernando Valley roundup: Family fights for ownership of dog, Woman claims she got West Nile from dirty Studio City pool
    Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, August 22. A woman says a dirty pool left abandoned in the backyard of a foreclosed Studio City home gave her West Nile virus. In May, a Building and Safety employee gave an order to the owner of the property to...
  • Tween Tuesday: Giving thanks to Maryland's sex-ed teachers

    Tween Tuesday: Giving thanks to Maryland's sex-ed teachers
    When you think of superheroes, you might imagine those fellows in tights flying and leaping through the air. Or maybe you think of police officers, firefighters and servicemen and women who risk their lives to protect us. But I'd like to nominate another...
  • DNA ruling jeopardizes Maryland rape convictions

    DNA ruling jeopardizes Maryland rape convictions
    When she came home from working a shift at Subway and found Detective Caprice Smith's business card stuck in the front door with the words "Please call" scribbled on the back, the 10 life-changing minutes she had spent in the back seat of a Cherry Hill...
  • Man accused of infecting baby with STD tests negative

    Man accused of infecting baby with STD tests negative
    The Ohio man accused of giving a Muncie baby genital warts tested negative for that sexually transmitted disease, according to the man’s attorney. The attorney for 24-year-old Bryan Michael Stickler said test results indicate he does not suffer...
  • Some in Onalaska say sex education talk went too far

    Some in Onalaska say sex education talk went too far
    In the small town of Onalaska, some parents are upset after their 5th-grade students were given a sex education class that they believe was too graphic and racy for 10- and 11-year-old children. Because of the sex education class given students last...
  • Circumcision's benefits outweigh risks, doctors' group says

    Circumcision's benefits outweigh risks, doctors' group says
    The American Academy of Pediatrics is modifying its stance on circumcision for the first time in more than a decade, acknowledging that the health benefits outweigh the risks of the procedure, which involves removing the foreskin of a baby boy's penis....
  • Top U.S. pediatricians group has helpful tip, about the snip

    Top U.S. pediatricians group has helpful tip, about the snip
    When it comes to circumcision, the top U.S. pediatricians group is saying the "snip" show a clear health benefit for newborn boys. The American Academy of Pediatrics says circumcision can lower the risk of sexually transmitted diseases like AIDS and...
  • Trio Suspected of Recruiting Immigrants for Prostitution

    Trio Suspected of Recruiting Immigrants for Prostitution
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A man and his wife are facing federal charges that they recruited Eastern European women to work as prostitutes in Los Angeles. Mher "Mike" Hakopyan, 38, and his wife, Natalya Muravyeva, 31, are being held without bail. They are...
  • National HIV Testing Preview

    Gayle Anderson was live at Hooper’s Shell Service Station for the beginning of a weeklong series of FREE HIV testing and STD screening clinics. Although NATIONAL HIV TESTING DAY is Wednesday, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU)...
  • Treating HIV and preventing it at the same time

    Treating HIV and preventing it at the same time
    Treatment drugs can do more than improve the health of people with HIV: If administered early, medications can also reduce the spread of the disease to sexual partners and may help stem the AIDS epidemic. But many logistical hurdles stand in the way of...
  • News of the Weird: Jails Need Locks Too?

    News of the Weird: Jails Need Locks Too?
    “Fulton Jail Will Get Working Cell Locks,” read the Dec. 19 Atlanta Journal-Constitution headline. The county commission serving Atlanta had finally voted to break a longstanding 3-3 tie that prevented buying new jailhouse locks -- even...