AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for April 10, 2014
The Princess Cruises line ship Crown Princess is pulling into San Diego with 83 people onboard sick with norovirus. The ship has over 3000 passengers and over 11-hundred crew. In a statement Princess Cruises says ...
"Some passengers aboard a cruise ship touring the West Coast are having a rough trip … All individuals who are ill (currently 66 passengers and 17 crew members), have been isolated in their cabins until they are not contagious … none of the passengers elected to leave the ship and that everyone onboard is instructed to frequently wash their hands"
The ship is pulling in between 7:00 and 8:00 AM
This morning after 8:30 the USS McClusky is leaving San Diego this morning for a deployment in Central and South America. The guided-missile frigate and its 215 sailors are going to be working with other countries to stop drug trafficking. Two-years ago in a similar operation the McClusky seized over 10-thousand pounds of cocaine.
This morning at 9:30 San Diego Unified School District is hosting a talk with parents about how autism can evolve over the life of an autistic person.
At noon a new report that compares and contrasts how cities use solar energy systems is being released by the environmental advocacy group Environment California. Reportedly San Diego is one of California's leading cities.
At 5:30 tonight the Environmental Health Coalition is hosting its annual awards party called 2014 Awards Celebration: Victory for Healthy Communities. The Barrio Logan community plan update is sure to be on the tips of their tongs.
And finally tonight at 5:00 the last 70-finalists are competing for the open 28-Chargers Girls spots. Winners are going to be announced Friday.
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