From Fox News:
The Los Angeles County coroner's office is investigating two recent deaths for links to swine flu.
Coroner's Capt. John Kades says tests are being run on two bodies to see if swine flu was a factor in their deaths, but there is no confirmation that the disease killed them.
The Los Angeles Times reports on its Web site that both men's deaths were reported to the coroner's office on Monday.
Coroner's spokesman Craig Harvey told the paper that a Bellflower hospital reported the death of a 33-year-old Long Beach man who was brought in Saturday with symptoms resembling swine flu.
The other death was a 45-year-old La Mirada man who died April 22 at a Norwalk hospital.
The World Heath Organization has now confirmed person-to-person transmission of the swine flu virus in the United States.
It's also spreading worldwide.
Update: A baby in Texas is confirmed to have died from it.