7/25/2011 AM Live Ag Report

FRESNO, Calif.

A farm worker died earlier this month. It's one of six possible heat-related deaths the state is now investigating.

The Division of Occupational Safety and Health is reviewing whether a 47-year-old worker in Blythe died while harvesting cantaloupes in 102-degree heat on July seventh.

The agency is also investigating the April death of a 56-year-old farm worker harvesting corn in 84-degree heat in Imperial County.

Other cases under investigation involve a drilling crew member, a police officer, a temporary laborer and a grading foreman. All died in June.

Coroners have not yet confirmed the cause of their deaths.

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Now is the time to enroll ff you want to be involved with 4H.

All 4H members and leaders must enroll or re-enroll online. Letters were sent to all currently enrolled 4H families in early July to explain log-in and enrollment procedures.

Member fees have gone up this year. They are now $20 per person.Some clubs will be holding enrollment events.

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