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Flu deaths rise, patients pack Bay Area emergency rooms: 'All hands on deck,' doctor says

The emergency room at Good Samaritan Hospital has been so packed with patients suffering from miserable flu symptoms the past few weeks, with incoming ambulances lined up outside and hospital rooms jammed, the staff has gone to its "Code Green" nearly every day. "It's all hands on deck," said Dr. Da


Flu takes life of vibrant South Bay mom

Katie Oxley Thomas just celebrated her 40th birthday a few weeks ago, but over the weekend nearly 500 people gathered to mourn her sudden death from the flu. The San Jose mother of three got so sick, she went to the emergency room at Good Samaritan Hospital. She declined so rapidly that her parents

ABC7 SAN FRANCISCO - 2018-01-15 20:54:57

High School Coach Presumed Dead After Skydiving Accident In New Zealand

SAN JOSE (BCN) A San Jose high school tennis coach is missing and presumed dead after a skydiving accident last week in New Zealand, police and high school officials said. Tyler Nii appears to have died last Wednesday after he plunged into Lake Wakatipu in the South Island of the country. Nii, 27, w

SFGATE - 2018-01-15 18:40:00

Bay Area Marches, Rallies Honor Martin Luther King Jr.

A number of rallies and marches on Monday honored the legacy and teachings of Martin Luther King Jr. The popular Caltrain NorCalMLK Celebration Train, which celebrates the life and work of the late civil rights leader through songs and lessons, left Diridon Station in San Jose at 9:45 a.m., made two

NBC BAY AREA - 2018-01-15 14:12:24

Sponsored: Be a maker in Silicon Valley by crafting a dream estate on this San Felipe-Silver Creek parcel

Take advantage of a rare opportunity and let your imagination soar while creating the home of your dreams in the picturesque Evergreen Valley of San Jose. This amazing 10.17-acre parcel located on Silver Creek Road at San Felipe features gently sloped land with amazing panoramic views that span from

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2018-01-16 16:00:50

Man Fatally Shot By Police Identified As 27-Year-Old Sj Resident

Bay City News Service Published 9:16 am, Tuesday, January 16, 2018 SAN JOSE (BCN) An armed man who was shot by San Jose police at the Metcalf Energy Center last week was identified by the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office as 27-year-old San Jose resident Thompson Nguyen. Nguyen was kille

SFGATE - 2018-01-16 17:16:00

Nor1 Deploys CheckIn Merchandising at Foxwoods Resort Casino, Expanding Adoption of the Nor1 Pricing & Merchandising Intelligence Platform

Santa Clara, CA - Foxwoods Resort Casino, the largest resort casino in North America, capped a successful 2017 by launching Nor1's CheckIn Merchandising resort-wide at its four towers. CheckIn Merchandising puts machine learning and predictive analytics at Foxwoods front-desk agents' fingertips, and

HOSPITALITYNET.ORG - 2018-01-16 08:01:13

San Jose Woman Dies Two Days After Being Diagnosed With Flu

Katie Oxley Thomas' official cause of death was sepsis, her boyfriend said, adding, "From the time I took her to the hospital to the time she passed was about 18 hours." This flu season is turning out to be among the deadliest in California. One of the 40 lives it has claimed was that of a San Jose

NBC BAY AREA - 2018-01-16 01:01:41

NR fire responds to house fire in Town of Richmond

The New Richmond Fire Department responded to a house fire at 1745 Margaret St. in the town of Richmond at about 2:40 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15. Flames could be seen from portions of both levels of the two-story home. Temperatures facing firefighters at the time of the call were about 1 below zero with

HUDSON STAR-OBSERVER - 2018-01-15 23:17:41

giveBIG online fundraiser expanding to New Richmond, Somerset

Something extraordinary is about to happen on April 24. Five communities will come together through giveBIG St. Croix Valley, a 24-hour online fundraising extravaganza to support area nonprofits. giveBIG St. Croix Valley will return for a sixth year and is expanding to include New Richmond and Somer

NEW RICHMOND NEWS - 2018-01-15 23:00:01

Sorting out the pile; Senate candidates seek separation

One week before the special election on Tuesday, Jan. 16, to fill the Wisconsin Senate District 10 seat vacated by Sheila Harsdorf, contenders Patty Schachtner, Brian Corriea and Adam Jarchow squared off at a forum hosted by the New Richmond/St. Croix County VFW Memorial Post 10818 Auxiliary. A stan

RIVERTOWNS.NET - 2018-01-16 12:00:01

Sheriff: Child Dies in Western Wis. House Fire

Members of the New Richmond fire and police departments and the sheriff's office responded to the scene. The sheriff's office reported neighbors, family members and first responders attempted to rescue the child but, as a result of the fire and heat, were unable to do so. The child died as a result

KSTP - 2018-01-16 17:08:00

Calling all artists & culinary professionals

The 13th annual St. Croix Art & Culinary Show, sponsored by the Rotary Club of New Richmond, is scheduled for 5-8 p.m. Sunday, April 29 at Ready Randy's Banquet Center. The event is searching for local artists and culinary professionals who would like to showcase their talents in support of the even

NEW RICHMOND NEWS - 2018-01-16 11:00:01

New water main will increase water quality

Construction on a new water main in Spring Valley is expected to begin this summer and be completed in late fall. Residents that will be affected by the new water main looping project on County Highway B were invited to attend an informational open house before the Jan. 3 Spring Valley Board meeting


St. Croix County Circuit Court

Michael L. Barthel, 38, Isanti, Minn., was released on $2,500 signature bond Dec. 27 on charges of felony retail theft and resisting an officer. The charges stemmed from a Dec. 23 incident in River Falls. Adam R. Lofquist, 43, Houlton, was ordered to post $500 cash bond Dec. 28 on one count of felon


Rod Rommel: He truly made a difference

How did a humble farm boy rise to a prestigious position in business and community service to make a difference in the world? For Rommelney Rommel of La Crosse (formerly of River Falls), it all started on his family's farm in Melrose, located 30 miles from Black River Falls. His rural upbringing ins

RIVER FALLS JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 00:00:01

State officials say flu season will get worse

Raleigh, N.C. - This year's flu season has gotten off to an early start and will only get worse in the coming weeks, North Carolina Secretary for Health and Human Services Dr. Mandy Cohen said Tuesday. Twenty-six people statewide, including two children, have already died of the flu since early Octo

WRAL - 2018-01-16 18:11:56

15 Triangle events to check out this week

Raleigh, N.C. - It's a short week for many of us, but there is still plenty to do!Monday It's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and if you aren't working, there are several events in the Triangle meant to honor Dr. King. Triangle Interfaith Prayer Breakfast - This annual tradition, now in its 38th year,

WRAL - 2018-01-15 12:20:00

NCCU students give back during MLK Day of Service

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) - Students at North Carolina Central University are giving back for Martin Luther King's Day of Service at the university. While NCCU, a historically black university, physically has boundaries in Durham, students are going beyond those limits to help the community "It's been

WNCN.COM - 2018-01-15 23:19:05

Charity asks for experiences over cash

Durham, N.C. - Anyone who spends time with Jake Ingham is going to hear a joke. "Why don't turkeys make good pitchers? Because they always throw foul balls!" said Jake, to the laughter he was looking for. Jokes are just Jake's thing. "Who doesn't love Jake?" said Ingham's friend, Edson Freeman. I

WRAL - 2018-01-15 23:13:00