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Sheriffs looking for woman last seen leaving Shreveport hospital
Mission, Texas
Sheriff's deputies are looking for a woman who hasn't been seen since she left a Shreveport hospital in February.
April 25 2014
Supreme Court upholds Michigan ban on affrimative action in college admissions
By Mark Sherman / AP WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions despite one justice's impassioned dissent that accused the court of wanting to wish away racial inequality. The justices said in a 6-2 ruling that Michigan voters had the right to change their state constitution in 2006 to prohibit public colleges and universities ...
April 24 2014
City wins condemnation case, owner appeals to higher court
Randy Gardner is fighting back after losing a section of his property to the City of Huntsville in initial condemnation proceedings. On March 27, a set of special commissioners — three impartial citizen landowners who by law oversee these cases — awarded Gardner close to $13,500 for two sections of land. Neither Gardner or his attorney Bennie Rush attended the hearing, according to court ...
April 24 2014
County commissioner dies after heart attack
Kerr County Precinct 4 Commissioner Bruce Oehler died Monday on the way to the hospital after an apparent heart attack. He was 60.
April 24 2014
Ector County Continues Debate Over Medical Examiners Office, Decision Expected Next Month
No final decisions yet on the fate of the Medical Examiners Office in Ector County. There was a lot of discussion in Commissioners Court on Monday morning. When it came down to a decision, county officials decided they need more facts before making any big decisions.
April 24 2014
Health care a growing East Texas industry
The health care and social assistance sector accounted for the largest percentage of people employed in the Deep East Texas area in 2013, data from the Texas Workforce Commission showed.
April 16 2014
Commissioners recognize CASA, library
Cooke County Commissioners considered a lengthy slate of agenda items at Monday’s court meeting. The session included two proclamations and a presentation from the National Weather Service.
April 15 2014
UCO debates Oklahoma Justice Commission
A 1-percent chance that an innocent person could be executed for murder is justification to end capital punishment, said Greg Munday, who favors the abolition of the capital punishment. The American Democracy Project of the University of Central Oklahoma on Saturday hosted a debate on the best strategy to end the death penalty.
April 15 2014
Texas Medicaid holds off on proposed limits for Gilead hepatitis drug
Texas is reconsidering whether to impose strict limits on Gilead Sciences' $84,000 hepatitis C treatment for patients on the state's Medicaid health plan for the poor, at the urging of outside advisers, a state official said on Friday. The Texas Health and Human Services Commission, which oversees Medicaid, had proposed a policy to allow the drug, Sovaldi, to be used mainly for sicker patients ...
April 11 2014
Commissioners hear sheriff's report
Sheriff Terry Gilbert presented an end-of-year report for the Cooke County Sheriff’s Department at Monday’s commissioners’ court meeting.
April 09 2014
COMMISSIONERS COURT: County gets online aid for services
Tom Green County residents will soon be able to receive online assistance when applying for social service programs.
April 06 2014
County preparing to address roads
With hundreds of miles of pavement to deal with, three Henderson County Road and Bridge Precincts may soon be getting a tool to help them keep track of the tasks involved. The Henderson County Information Technology Committee discussed on Wednesday whether to acquire Precinct Tracker software and will present its findings to Commissioners Court.
April 03 2014
2014 Eye Ball raises $268,000 to provide local eye care
Houston Eye Associates Foundation and Prevent Blindness Texas hosted their fifth annual Eye Ball last month at the Hilton Post Oak Hotel, raising $268,000 to further their mission of preserving sight
March 30 2014
Communications class gets featured in Houston hospitals
As part of a new project for the Jack J. Valenti School of Communication’s provider-patient communication class, professor Jill Yamasaki and her eight graduate students participated in a photography contest to provide artwork for 10 new clinics in the local Harris Health System, and their submissions are now on display at Ben Taub and Lyndon -- " Communications class gets featured in Houston ...
March 29 2014
Group adopts portion of CR 3504
The Adopt a County Road Program has its first participants. On Monday, Cherokee County Commissioners gave full approval to a request from Petty Estate Homeowners to adopt a portion of County Road 3504 as part of beautification program the court approved in February.
March 27 2014
Commissioners hear from resident on taxes, voting issues
Lawn, texas
Monday’s Cooke County Commissioners Court meeting included the approval of the consent agenda and remarks from resident Richard Sparkman.
March 25 2014
San Angelo-area news in brief, 3/19
Commissioners keep burn ban alive; Book signing, photo exhibit to be held; Exhibit to feature ASU student photos; Health care sessions to inform, enroll; County jail books 29 in 24-hour period
March 23 2014
New leader sought for Grayson County Health Department
Grayson County commissioners met in executive session for nearly an hour Tuesday before coming out and announcing the County is now looking for a new director for the Grayson County Health Department.
March 23 2014
County wellness program discussed
The Grayson County Commissioner’s Court held a special session on wellness Friday morning.
March 23 2014
Houston Methodist Selects RightCare to Identify High-Risk Patients and Reduce Readmissions Among Me
HORSHAM, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RightCare announced today that Houston Methodist, one of the nation’s leading hospital systems, will utilize RightCare’s full software suite in three of their locations to identify high-risk patients for readmission among their mental health population. The locations include Texas Medical Center, San Jacinto/Baytown, and Willowbrook. This is a significant milestone ...
March 22 2014
Mission woman gets 20 years over husband's killing
EDINBURG, Texas (AP) — A South Texas woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for masterminding the 2010 killing of her husband in a faked home invasion. A third man who was dating Graciela Arjona awaits trial on a capital murder charge.
March 21 2014
Master Gardeners present giant check
The Henderson County Commissioners Court heard the annual report of a hard-working group on Tuesday. The Henderson County Master Gardeners presented a giant check to represent the value of the volunteer work the organization performed in 2013.
March 19 2014
Clay County Burn Ban Reinstated
The Commissioners’ Court of Clay County has reinstated a burn ban on Monday.
March 19 2014
Court approves remodeling projects
Johnson County Commissioners on Monday voted to approve projects to remodel a part of the county-owned building at 106 E. Kilpatrick St. in Cleburne that houses the administrative offices of Meals-on-Wheels of Johnson and Ellis Counties. The commissioners tabled the project during their Feb. 24 meeting because Meals-on-Wheels Executive Director Vinsen Faris was not at the meeting to explain the ...
March 15 2014
Health officials begin early warnings for West Nile virus
Dallas, texas
DALLAS — Don't let the freezing weather fool you; cold doesn't kill mosquitoes... at least not enough of them. Dallas County Health and Human Services kicked off its West Nile virus awareness campaign Tuesday before county commissioners, and the 2014 campaign is starting earlier than ever. Last season, there were 16 reported cases of West Nile virus in Dallas County, including two deaths. This ...
March 14 2014
Mission of ‘floating hospitals’ for Africa to launch
MADISON - Africa Mercy Ships, the floating hospitals that bring medical intervention to Third World countries, will be the next international project spearheaded locally by the Rotary Club of Madison.
March 13 2014
Doctors say Andrea Yates ready for group outings
Webster, Texas
Doctors for Andrea Yates, the Clear Lake mother who killed her five children in 2001, have recommended that she be granted permission to attend group outings with other patients at the state psychiatric hospital where she has been institutionalized since a 2006 retrial found her innocent by reason of insanity, according to her attorney. "The doctors recommended (Yates) could benefit from passes ...
March 12 2014
Commission to discuss Leigh Water Supply
The Harrison County Commissioners Court will consider approving, on Monday, several actions required to get the ball rolling on Leigh Water Supply Corporation’s next initiative — connecting its water system with Karnack’s.
March 11 2014
Andrea Yates withdraws request for day pass because of scrutiny
Public scrutiny of her case has forced Andrea Yates, the Clear Lake mother who drowned her five children in 2001, to withdraw her request to attend group outings with other patients at the state psychiatric hospital where she has lived since 2006. In February, the 49-year-old and her doctors at Kerrville State Hospital asked the judge who oversees her case for permission to leave the institution ...
March 10 2014
Court to discuss JCSO dispatcher overtime
The question of overtime pay for dispatchers with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is once again on the agenda for the Johnson County Commissioners Court, which meets at 9 a.m. Monday in Room 201 of the Johnson County Courthouse, 2 Main St. in Cleburne.
March 10 2014
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