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Privatization of state hospital nixed
(TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH) --A $150 million deal to privatize a public psychiatric hospital in Terrell has been canceled after a state audit revealed contract irregularities by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
March 30 2015
Privatization deal for Terrell State Hospital canceled
TERRELL, Texas (AP) — A multimillion dollar deal to privatize a public psychiatric hospital in Terrell has been canceled after a state audit revealed contract irregularities by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. According to the Austin American-Statesman ( ) the State Auditor's Office released a report Wednesday detailing how the process to privatize Terrell ...
March 30 2015
Texas House speaker pushes for changes in privatizations
AUSTIN — After a scathing audit on yet another contracting problem at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, House Speaker Joe Straus called on lawmakers Wednesday to develop a comprehensive solution to the state’s contracting woes.
March 30 2015
Back In Time
March 27, 1945: The city council and commissioners court, in joint session March 23, let a contract to L.B. Newman of Plainview, representing Star Manufacturing Co. of Oklahoma City, for a 100- by 100
March 29 2015
Jury: NFL breached Super Bowl tickets contract, but no fraud
Arlington, Texas
A federal jury on Thursday ordered the NFL to pay nearly $76,000 to fans affected by the 2011 Super Bowl seating mess in Texas, wrapping up a trial that included testimony from Commissioner Roger Goodell and Cowboys owner...
March 26 2015
County commissioner raises concerns on UMC clinic funding
EL PASO, Texas -- El Paso County Commissioner Carlos Leon raised concerns during the Commissioners Court meeting Thursday, saying less money than commissioners expected is going directly toward new University Medical Center clinics and renovations. As KF
March 25 2015
Today in S.A. history
San Antonio, Texas
1811: The Viceroy declares Villa San Fernando, the Presidio San Antonio and the grounds of the old Mission de Valero are to be incorporated under the name San Antonio de Bexar. 1884: In a famous shootout, King Fisher and Ben Thompson are killed at the Vaudeville Theatre, at the northwest corner of Commerce and Soledad Streets. The site became known as “The Fatal Corner.” 1939: The groundbreaking ...
March 22 2015
Montgomery County Jail below standards in health services plan
The Montgomery County Jail is out of compliance with its state-approved health services plan by failing to follow medical service referral procedures or provide efficient and prompt care for acute situations, according to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards.
March 21 2015
French nuclear industry in turmoil as manufacturer buckles
Industry, Texas
The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday asked a federal judge to block an Alabama law that allows a fetus to be represented in court when a minor is seeking judicial permission for an abortion.
March 20 2015
1 Black Hawk crashed in fog, killing 11; Another turned back
Mission, Texas
Searchers struggled Wednesday to find the seven Marines and four soldiers killed when a helicopter crashed, hampered by the same fog that plagued a nighttime training mission.
March 19 2015
HCSO: Shooting suspect, woman on run caught in Texas
Asheville, north carolina
A man wanted in a the nearly fatal shooting of a Hendersonville man has been captured along with a woman who is charged as his accessory after the fact, according to the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office. Juan “Johnny” Sanchez was wanted in connection to the shooting of Trent Travers at about 12:30 a.m. Friday.   Travers was flown to Mission Hospital in Asheville where he was listed in critical ...
March 15 2015
Local man on Ebola front
ROCKVILLE - Local resident Alexis Mosquera is currently stationed at Ft. Detrick in Frederick, but not long ago he found himself in Liberia on a mission to combat the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa. Mosquera, a commander in the United States Public Health Service (USPHS), said he was grateful for the opportunity to help address a public health concern that had gripped the world’s ...
March 13 2015
Monday, Feb. 16 Calendar
9 a.m. — American Legion Post 71 hosts the department/state oratorical competition on the Constitution, in the Commissioners Courtroom at the Courthouse on the Square, 110 W. Hickory St. The public is invited to observe. Call Lynn Vowell, Post 71 oratorical chairman, at 940-727-8067.
March 13 2015
Austin mother hopes her family's tragedy may help others who are suffering from mental illness
Mission, Texas
Two months ago Lex Ervin went on trial for murdering his father. He was found not guilty by reason of insanity. It's a verdict a Travis County jury hasn't reached in the last decade. As her family heals, Leslie Ervin wants others to know they are not alone.
March 09 2015
'American Sniper' Trial: Inside the Accused Killer's Home
Mission, Texas
Drug paraphernalia, marijuana, prescription pill bottles and a bottle of whiskey were all found in various parts of accused killer Eddie Ray Routh's home.
March 09 2015
Star of Hope plans 48-acre complex for homeless women and families
Houston's Star of Hope mission plans to break ground this year on a 48-acre complex near U.S. 288 and Reed Road to provide housing and medical and social services for as many as 180 homeless single women and 420 families. The facility in south Houston, which will include a chapel, day care facility, computer lab and park, will double the charity's capacity for caring for homeless families ...
March 05 2015
Shannon growing services to meet demand
2014 was a year of rapid change and growth in the Concho Valley. It’s been exciting to see the new businesses in town along with the many new faces in our community. We are blessed to live in West Texas, and it is our mission at Shannon to meet the health care needs of our family, friends and neighbors.
March 04 2015
Screening for jurors in Chris Kyle murder trial to start
Mission, Texas
With a trial set to begin next week for the man accused in the fatal shootings of famed Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and a friend of Kyle's, court officials in Texas are set to begin the process of screening potential jurors.
March 02 2015
Hospitals support Gregg County's pursuit of indigent care dollars
Commissioners signed their support today for legislation that would expand local participation in the Texas Health Care Transformation and Quality Improvement Program, also known as the Medicaid Section 1115 Waiver.
March 02 2015
Church volunteer linked to wire fraud murdered
Irving, Texas
HOUSTON (KHOU) – A man was shot to death outside a church in Southeast Houston Friday night.Police say it appears to have been a targeted shooting in the parking lot of Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church. 
February 28 2015
Emerus Improves Patient Care by Activating Vocera
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Vocera Communications, Inc. , the leading provider of intelligent, real-time communication solutions for mission-critical mobile environments, today announced that Emerus has implemented ...
February 26 2015
Trinity Co. commissioners vote to approve EMS service agreement
Trinity County's commissioner's court voted 3-2 to accept a proposal for EMS service by Ventura EMS Friday morning.
February 26 2015
County benefits greatly from mental health agency
In his annual report to Hale County commissioners, Central Plains Center CEO Ron Trusler on Monday noted that the county “is getting quite a bang from your bucks.”
February 24 2015
Policy Training Complete, Rick Perry Awaits Next Mission
Perry, florida
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s policy seminars are coming to an end, after a flurry of sessions since November when he met with 50 economic, health policy and foreign policy heavyweights. Now, said his issues director, Abby McCloskey, it’s time to turn those briefings into policy proposals.
February 24 2015
Commissioners consider interlocal agreements
Grayson County commissioners will discuss several interlocal agreements when the meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman.
February 24 2015
Sniper’ trial: Investigator says Kyle and slain friend wore fully loaded handguns
Mission, Texas
STEPHENVILLE, Texas (CNN) — Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL who was the subject of “American Sniper,” and his friend Chad Littlefield were wearing fully loaded handguns in their waistbands when they were found fatally shot at a Texas firing range in 2013, an investigator testified Thursday. Michael Adcock with the Texas Department of Public […]
February 15 2015
Officer testifies "American Sniper" suspect had morbid mission
Post, Texas
Policeman who arrested Eddie Ray Routh testifies at murder trial suspect said he had "taken a couple of souls" and intended to take more
February 13 2015
The Ensign Group Reports Adjusted Annual Earnings of $2.18 per Share; Reaffirms 2015 Guidance
Garrison, texas
MISSION VIEJO, Calif. -- The Ensign Group, Inc. , the parent company of the Ensign(TM) group of skilled nursing, rehabilitative care services, home health, home care, hospice care, assisted living and ...
February 09 2015
August email sent by UMC CEO states no bonuses were expected in 2014
EL PASO, Texas – An email sent to an El Paso County Commissioner in August from the CEO of University Medical Center stated the hospital anticipated on not paying any bonuses in 2014. As KFOX14 previously reported, bonuses of about $300,000 were gi
February 06 2015
Screening for jurors in 'American Sniper' slaying starts - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois &
Mission, Texas
DALLAS (AP) - With a trial set to begin next week for the man accused in the fatal shootings of the former Navy SEAL who's the subject of the blockbuster film "American Sniper" and a friend, court officials in Texas have started the process of screening potential jurors.
February 05 2015
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