US Regulators: Source Of Fall Romaine Outbreak A MysteryU.S. food regulators say they weren't able to identify a contamination source for a food poisoning outbreak that prompted them to warn people to avoid romaine lettuce this fall .
CDC: E. Coli Outbreak Tied To Lettuce Appears To Be OverThe E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce grown in California is now over. The lettuce that was making people sick should no longer be available for sale, according to a statement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Tainted Romaine Lettuce Traced To At Least 1 California FarmU.S. health officials have traced a food poisoning outbreak from romaine lettuce to at least one farm in central California.
Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak Tied To Nine More Illnesses, FDA SaysNow, 52 people have been infected with E. coli in this outbreak, which was announced in October, according to the CDC.
Romaine Lettuce Could Be Back In Stores SoonA produce industry group says it expects U.S. health officials to scale back a public health alert warning people not to eat any romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak.
FDA: Romaine Lettuce Tainted With E. Coli May Have Originated In CAThe FDA is looking at California as a potential source of romaine lettuce tainted with a potentially deadly strain E. coli.
E. Coli Concerns Prompt Recall Of Nearly 100K Pounds Of Ground BeefNearly 100,000 pounds of raw ground beef are being recalled because the products may be contaminated with E. coli.
County: Elevated E. Coli Levels On Lower American River Not A Major ConcernAs dozens of families celebrate the July 4 holiday along the American river, there's a warning about high levels of E. coli bacteria contamination
Officials Warn Of E. Coli In Parts Of Lower American RiverA warning before you head into the water as summer continues.
CDC: 1 Person In California Dead From Romaine Lettuce Linked To E. Coli OutbreakOne person from California has died from the E. Coli Outbreak linked to romaine lettuce grown in the Yuma, Arizona region.
Tests Show E. Coli Contamination In The American RiverThe lower American River is contaminated with E.coli bacteria and poses an increased risk to recreational users of the river, say officials.