Riverside County health officials worked Wednesday to contact students and staff at Eleanor Roosevelt High School who might have been exposed to a student suspected of having active tuberculosis.
Riverside County health officials worked Friday to contact all the people who may have come into contact with a Murrieta hospital patient diagnosed with active tuberculosis.
The patient is currently receiving treatment for the illness.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Southern California man with a contagious case of drug-resistant tuberculosis, authorities said Friday.
Vista Murrieta High School may have its second case of tuberculosis in less than six months.
Hundreds of teachers and staff at Indio High School were being tested for tuberculosis Friday after a student was diagnosed with the contagious and possibly deadly infection.
As many as 1,000 students who attended summer school at Arroyo High School last year may have been exposed to tuberculosis, according to the Associated Press.
A Cal Poly Pomona student may have tested positive for tuberculosis, school officials said Friday.
Students and teachers at a high school in Whittier are on high alert after it was discovered someone associated with the campus contracted tuberculosis.
Angelenos are not in danger in the wake of a tuberculosis outbreak on Skid Row, according to the top county health official.
Los Angeles police officers are being reminded to use face masks and to wash their hands frequently when dealing with sick people following an outbreak of tuberculosis in downtown’s Skid Row.
The feds are descending on downtown LA to combat what they say might be a dangerous outbreak of a drug-resistant strain of tuberculosis.
Health officials tested about 100 students for tuberculosis at Downey High School Wednesday after several students had tested positive months before. Some parents questioned why the tests were not conducted sooner.
State and federal officials say bovine tuberculosis has been detected in a dairy cow from a Southern California herd during a routine slaughterhouse inspection.
Sami Arshak Yanikian, 62, was found guilty on two misdemeanor counts of introducing unapproved drugs into interstate commerce, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.