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Dallas hospital offering employees rooms who treated Ebola patient during monitoring period

Dallas hospital offering employees rooms who treated Ebola patient during monitoring period

With a second Texas health care worker now infected with the Ebola virus despite following recommended protection procedures, Texas Health Dallas is offering a room to any impacted employees who would like to stay there to avoid even
Alleged Lucchese boot thief arrested, charged with aggravated robbery

Alleged Lucchese boot thief arrested, charged with aggravated robbery

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a Channelview man suspected of stealing expensive handmade Lucchese cowboy boots from at least three Houston-area stores has been arrested.

Second person in Dallas is diagnosed with Ebola

A second person in the Dallas area is now confirmed to have contracted the deadly Ebola virus from Thomas Eric Duncan.  Crews arrived today at the apartment of health care worker Amber Vinson. 

City of Houston issues pastors subpoenas for sermons

Months ago, the City Council in Houston passed an equal-rights ordinance. One of the new policies included allowing men to use women's restrooms in certain public settings.
Popovich favored to win fourth COY award

Popovich favored to win fourth COY award

Gregg Popovich has won three Coach of the Year awards — enough, he joked last spring while receiving the third, to display them on the hood of his car.
2015 Texas A&M Football Schedule Announced

2015 Texas A&M Football Schedule Announced

The 2015 Texas A&M football schedule is finalized and released today in conjunction with the Southeastern Conference and the SEC Network.
CDC, Frontier Airlines announce passenger notification underway for those who flew with Ebola patient

CDC, Frontier Airlines announce passenger notification underway for those who flew with Ebola patient

The Center for Disease Control and Frontier Airlines have announced passenger notification is underway for those who were on a flight with the second Texas Ebola-positive healthcare worker.
Dallas hospital looking to transfer nurse to Atlanta for Ebola treatment

Dallas hospital looking to transfer nurse to Atlanta for Ebola treatment

Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas is actively consulting with Emory University Hospital in Atlanta and other health officials about the possibility of transferring to Emory our second coworker being treated for Ebola.

VIDEO: Gas prices dip very low in TX town

One Texas town is all smiles today after waking up to some rather encouragin gas prices. Drivers in Odem, Texas have now seen gas prices averiging $2.71 at four gas stations in town.
Officials release second nurse's name diagnosed with Ebola

Officials release second nurse's name diagnosed with Ebola

 [Breaking News update 1:32 p.m.] UPDATE: NBC has confirmed Amber Vinson as the second health care worker diagnosed with Ebola in Texas. She was named by Ohio health officials.
2nd health care worker tests positive for Ebola at Dallas hospital

2nd health care worker tests positive for Ebola at Dallas hospital

A second health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States has tested positive for the disease.
Beaumont student claims racial bullying

Beaumont student claims racial bullying

11-year-old Christopher Straps said he was physically and verbally hurt by a fellow student on Tuesday at BISD's Smith Middle School and claims his teachers did nothing about it.
Deadly crashes booming along with oil

Deadly crashes booming along with oil

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; in the oil boom, truck traffic has increased all across Texas – and fatal accidents are booming here too.
San Antonio man snags more than $20,000 in shark contest

San Antonio man snags more than $20,000 in shark contest

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; A San Antonio man walked away with more than $20,000 after snagging a giant shark during this year's annual Sharkathon competition.