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El Paso County Commissioners Court to take first steps to appointing replacement for Constable Whit
Texas
Commissioners Court to take first steps to appointing a replacement for Constable White El Paso County Commissioners Court will take the first step on Monday in filling the vacant Precinct 1
November 22 2014
Friend defends nurse critical of Ebola quarantine
Texas
Kaci Hickox, the nurse with North Texas ties at the center of a national quarantine debate for missionary health care workers, will now be "self-isolating" at home in Maine.
November 10 2014
Hardin Co. to elect first judge in 16 years
Texas
Yet there are more roadside signs touting mayhaw jelly than there are promoting the candidacy of Anthony Kade Gibson, Democratic challenger to Republican convert Wayne McDaniel Jr., a former constable and sheriff's office captain who announced his campaign for judge inside the commissioners' courtroom with elected leaders standing behind him. Just as he was winning the Democratic nomination for ...
November 04 2014
Ebola transmission low, but risk higher for health care workers, experts say
Texas
After a nurse who cared for the Ebola victim in Dallas tested positive for the disease Sunday, questions have arisen as to the protection and training of health care workers.
October 29 2014
'This Week' Transcript: Gen. Martin Dempsey
Texas
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on October 12, 2014. It may contain errors. MARTHA RADDATZ, HOST: On ABC THIS WEEK, breaking right now -- Ebola emergency. A health care worker in Dallas tests positive for the killer virus, the first possible transmission of Ebola on U.S. soil. How did it happen? Are we at greater risk than we thought? Full analysis, all the breaking details, from our ...
October 29 2014
Grant to boost dental care for children
Texas
San Antonio — The Ricardo Salinas Pediatric Dental Clinic, through the University of Texas Health Science Center, has received a $375,000 Access to Care grant to increase the number of children it can treat. The grant, provided by Health Smiles, Healthy Children, will help the clinic continue its mission of providing low-cost care, including emergency, restorative and sedation care, to the ...
October 24 2014
Texas Ebola Hospital's Record Draws Scrunity
Texas
The Dallas hospital has a less-than-stellar record on emergency room waits and readmissions, federal data show.
October 24 2014
Texas Hospital Record Draws Scrutiny After Ebola Snafu
Texas
The Dallas hospital has a less-than-stellar record on emergency room waits and readmissions, federal data show.
October 24 2014
Live Blog: Health Officials Say This Week Will Be Sensitive For Contacts
Texas
[This post will be updated throughout the day.]  Texas Department of Health and Human Services commissioner Dr. David Lakey said this week will be a sensitive period for health officials because it’s a time where a contact could potentially develop symptoms of Ebola.
October 23 2014
Live Blog: Health Officials Say This Week Will Be Critical For Ebola Contacts
Texas
[This post will be updated throughout the day.] This week will be a critical period for health officials who are trying to contain the Ebola virus, Texas  Department of Health and Human Services commissioner Dr. David Lakey said Tuesday afternoon.
October 23 2014
Update: Shooting, suicide, alleged murder victims identified
Mission, Texas
EL PASO, Texas – El Paso Police are investigating a report of a body that may have been left behind a shopping center on the 9400 block of Alameda Avenue. Several police units are visible at the scene as well as red tape. No other information is a
October 23 2014
4 ex-Blackwater guards guilty of deadly Iraq shooting
Mission, Texas
A federal jury Wednesday convicted four former Blackwater guards of a 2007 shooting that killed 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians and wounded 17 others as a U.S. diplomatic convoy drove through Baghdad.
October 23 2014
Latest on Ebola
Tennessee
Concerns about the Ebola virus were heightened Sunday when a health care worker in Texas had a positive preliminary test for the disease. If confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the worker's case would mark the first known transmission of Ebola in the United States and the second-ever diagnosis in the country.
October 23 2014
Wortham, Thomas face off to replace Maness
Early, Texas
Bob Wortham, the Democratic nominee, faces Republican candidate Perry Thomas in the race to replace longtime District Attorney Tom Maness, who retired last year. Bob Wortham, a former presidentially appointed U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas in the 1980s, resigned as judge of the 58th District Court in accordance with an ethics rule of the Texas Judicial Conduct Commission that ...
October 21 2014
Man accused of attack on US consulate in Benghazi pleads not guilty
Mission, Texas
A Libyan militant has pleaded not guilty to charges arising from the 2012 Benghazi attacks that killed four Americans, including US ambassador Chris Stevens.
October 20 2014
US health worker tests positive for Ebola
Mission, Texas
A Texas health care worker who treated a man who later died of Ebola has tested positive for the disease.
October 19 2014
What’s breaking on Ebola now
Ohio
A running report on news from across the country relating to the Ebola outbreak. Travel restrictions placed on Dallas hospital workers Texas Health Commission David Lakey today announced that health care workers who entered the room of Ebola "index patient" Thomas Eric Duncan are now under restrictions on travel and health monitoring.
October 19 2014
Shuttle bus for veterans now available
Texas
By Britne Reeves Staff Writer     Veterans will now be able to travel to the Dallas VA Hospital with ease thanks in part to a conjoined effort of Van Zandt County Commissioner Virgil Melton Jr. and Duke’s Travel Plaza in Canton. Commissioner Melton said he had been concerned about World War II veterans getting […]
October 18 2014
NFL commissioner visits domestic violence hotline
Missouri
Health officials say a health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for the Ebola patient hospitalized there has tested positive for Ebola in a preliminary test.
October 17 2014
John Wiley Price Suggests Race A Factor In Dallas Ebola Case
Texas
Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price was blunt. He said Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital originally sent Thomas Duncan home three days before ‎he was diagnosed with Ebola because he's African-American and uninsured.
October 15 2014
Ebola Expert: How Health Care Workers Can Avoid the Disease
Texas
The nursing assistant in Spain infected with Ebola is now in stable but critical condition. The first person known to have contracted the disease outside of the Ebola area in West Africa, Teresa Romero became infected while with a hospital team treating two Spanish missionaries with Ebola who later died. An Ebola expert outlined the steps health workers should take to ensure they don’t fall ...
October 14 2014
Latest on Ebola's spread
Nebraska
Concerns about the Ebola virus were heightened Sunday when a health care worker in Texas had a positive preliminary test for the disease. If confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the worker's case would mark the first known transmission of Ebola in the United States and the second-ever diagnosis in the country.
October 12 2014
Get caught up
Nebraska
Concerns about the Ebola virus were heightened Sunday when a health care worker in Texas had a positive preliminary test for the disease. If confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the worker's case would mark the first known transmission of Ebola in the United States and the second-ever diagnosis in the country.
October 12 2014
Health care worker in Texas tests positive for Ebola
Texas
A health care worker who had attended to the patient hospitalized for Ebola in Texas has tested positive for the disease, with the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) saying the transmission was the result of a breach in protocol. If confirmed, the case would be ...
October 12 2014
The Wall Street Journal: Texas health worker tests positive for Ebola virus
Texas
A health-care worker who cared for the Ebola patient who died last week in Dallas has preliminarily tested positive for the disease, Texas health officials said early Sunday, in what is likely to have been the first known transmission in the U.S.
October 12 2014
Army drops murder charges over Iraqi boys' deaths
Mission, Texas
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — The Army has dropped murder charges against a soldier in the shooting of two unarmed Iraqi boys during a blown reconnaissance mission in 2007, but he still faces prosecuti…
October 09 2014
Pro-choice advocates vow to oppose Texas law that shuttered most abortion clinics
Texas
Pro-choice supporters are vowing to keep fighting a Texas law that last week — with a court's permission — led to suspension of abortion services at about a dozen facilities. Currently eight or fewer abortion clinics are operating in Texas, far fewer than the 41 facilities that were serving Texas ...
October 08 2014
8th Circuit denies Exxon appeal of class action finding in Mayflower pipeline case
Corsicana, Texas
The 8th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals today issued a brief order denying the Exxon Mobil Pipeline Company's appeal of the approval of a class action in the lawsuit by property owners along the Pegasus pipeline, which ruptured in Mayflower . Said the court: Petitioners’ petition for permission to appeal has been considered by the court and is denied. Mandate shall issue forthwith. This means the ...
October 01 2014
Commissioners OK adopting an assessment needed for landfill zoning
Texas
Liberty County Commissioners Court met Tuesday morning, Sept. 23, for a short session to take care of mostly routine business.
September 30 2014
Mayoral Horse Race
Texas
Tommy Adkisson, who ends his 16-year career as Bexar County Commissioner for Precinct 4 this November, is another of a handful of local officials mulling...
September 24 2014
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