[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/HEALTH/05/18/swine.flu.ny.death/art.asst.principal.swine.flu.wabc.jpg caption="Mitchell Wiener, 55, who died Sunday, was listed in critical condition when he was admitted to the hospital."]
The danger isn't over with swine flu. There's been another death in the U.S. linked to the virus. The victim was an assistant school principal in New York City, who had an underlying condition. Tonight, students held a vigil for the popular former math teacher. Their school is among 17 temporarily closed because students have fallen sick.
Tonight, 360 M.D. Sanjay Gupta has the latest on the outbreak. Get the facts you need know about H1N1.
Plus, Farrah Fawcett's fight to live. More than 9 million people watched the NBC documentary "Farrah's Story" on Friday. The former "Charlie's Angels" actress was diagnosed with anal cancer in 2006. It has spread to her liver. The 62 year old said she's sharing her battle so more people are aware of the rare illness that kills about 680 people each year. Dr. Gupta will stick around to give you the risk factors and other details on the cancer.
And, did police in Toledo, Ohio use too much force when they arrested a 14 year old boy? Click here to watch the controversial video posted on Youtube. Trevor Casey's family says he's the victim of police brutality. But according to a police report obtained by Toledo affiliate NBC 24, Casey and three others were loitering and Casey refused orders to leave the are. When he was told he was under arrest, Casey allegedly began fighting officers. We'll have both sides of this story and let you be the judge.
Join us for all this and more starting at 10pm ET.
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