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Myanmar woman killed by fallen tree in Tak
A 45-year-old female Myanmar worker was killed when a storm and heavy rains caused a big tree to fall down and crush her on the Mae Sot-Mae Ranad road in Mae Sot district late Sunday ...
October 18 2014
Veterans' well-being the subject of 2nd annual community summit
The Tucson Community Mental Health Summit is kicking off at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. More than 100 people are expected to attend the summit, with at least eight community agencies expected to brainstorm ways to help veterans when it comes to their mental health.
August 15 2014
Woman killed after losing control of motorcycle on ETX highway
Miles, Texas
A motorcyclist was killed Sunday afternoon when she lost control of her bike on a Rains County highway.
July 15 2014
Lightning strike starts minor house fire
A lightning strike during this morning’s rainstorm caused a minor fire that was quickly extinguished by firefighters at a residence on South Chaparral Estates Court north of Granbury, Deputy Fire Marshal Jessica Sanchez said. There were no injuries, although the couple who live there were home at the time.…
June 19 2014
More storms blow through Houston area, causing damage
HOUSTON -- Wind gusts up to 60 mph snapped tree limbs as storms and heavy rains moved through Houston again early Tuesday. In northeast Houston, a falling tree killed one person. The severe storms also left more than a dozen people injured in La Porte when a structure collapsed at a plant construction site. Several people were taken to the hospital to be treated for scrapes and bruises. A Flash ...
May 27 2014
Study Suggests More Than Two-Thirds of Healthy Americans Are Infected with Human Papilloma Viruses
In what is believed to be the largest and most detailed genetic analysis of its kind, researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center and elsewhere have concluded that 69 percent of healthy American adults are infected with one or more of 109 strains of human papillomavirus (HPV).
May 22 2014
UPDATE: Murder charge filed in connection with fatal shooting Friday night
Carl Allen Welch of Quinlan was taken into custody following a late Friday night shooting. As of 11 a.m. Saturday, he was being held in custody in the Hunt County Jail on a theft charge from Rains County.
May 18 2014
AP PHOTOS: A taste of school lunches around world
Mission, Texas
First lady Michelle Obama is on a mission to make American school lunches healthier by replacing greasy pizza and french fries with whole grains, low fat protein, fresh fruit and vegetables.
May 07 2014
Texas Refugees' Courtroom Nightmare
Early, Texas
They arrived by Beast. It was the summer of 2011, and Juan and Jose, twin brothers from Honduras, had decided to flee to the United States. Thousands of young Central Americans make the journey every year, riding the roofs of freight trains that chug north through Mexico. The train goes by many n...
April 09 2014
Influenza immunisation campaign starts in Nelson-Marlborough
Nelson Marlborough District Health Board launched their annual influenza immunisation campaign today to immunise staff against the dreaded flu. Last year more staff than ever before were vaccinated against the seasonal flu strains most likely to hit New Zealand however still only 44% of health professionals and support workers were vaccinated. This year the DHB is determined to get at least 50 ...
April 06 2014
CASA once again close to turning away children
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of North Texas, Inc., a local non-profit agency that trains and supports volunteers who advocate for neglected and abused children in foster care is, again, near the point of turning children away for just the second time in its’ more than 13 years of operation.
March 21 2014
Martinez sworn in as a CASA
Kingsville, texas
Brush Country CASA is a non profit organization who trains and supports community volunteers as they help guide children through the foster care system, particularly through the courts.
March 17 2014
US News: More Meat for School Lunches; Planes Land on Highway, in Ocean; US Icebreaker on Rescue in
USDA allows more meat, grains in school lunches... 3rd person dies after Minn. apartment explosion... Small plane removed from NYC highway... 2 survive small-plane crash off California coast... US icebreaker to rescue 2 ships in Antarctica... Ex-first lady Barbara Bush leaves Houston hospital... Texas ranchers hit hard by drought eye rebuilding... NY set to allow limited use of medical marijuana ...
January 13 2014
Mother of three dies days after flu symptoms begin
DALLAS — Darrell Jones is spending a lot of time with family right now as he retraces how all it happened. “She was coughing and had a fever and things like that,” Jones said about his wife, Alice. On Saturday, doctors at Charlton Methodist Hospital diagnosed Alice with influenza. “It was strains A and B,” Jones said. “Sunday evening, she started breathing hard."  By Monday morning, feeling ...
January 12 2014
'Apocalyptic' storm floods Sardinia, 16 dead
China, texas
The Mediterranean island of Sardinia, prized by the jet-set for its white sand beaches and crystal-clear seas, was a flood-ravaged mud bath Tuesday after a freak torrential rainstorm killed at least 16 people, downed...
December 01 2013
Texas flooding kills 2, prompts dozens of rescues
San Diego, texas
Two men were killed as heavy rains across Central Texas swelled rivers and creeks and triggered flash flooding Thursday, prompting dozens of rescues across a region that's been dealing with a long, punishing drought.
November 01 2013
Rains Co ISD employee hospitalized in Tyler after struck by a vehicle
San Diego, texas
A Rains County ISD employee was airlifted to a Tyler hospital Friday morning after being hit by a vehicle on U.S. Hwy. 69.
November 01 2013
ETX school employee airlifted to hospital after being hit by car while crossing street
An employee at Rains Independent School District was airlifted to a local hospital after being hit by a car Thursday morning. Promote to Mobile Breaking News read more
October 30 2013
Tarrant residents hurry up and wait for insurance exchange
The federal website is clogged on the first day of health exchanges as United Way trains navigators to help consumers work through choices.
October 04 2013
Some school districts quit healthier lunch program
Marion, Texas
After just one year, some schools around the country are dropping out of the healthier new federal lunch program, complaining that so many students turned up their noses at meals packed with whole grains, fruits and vegetables that the cafeterias were losing money.
August 28 2013
The President of the Brokerage, Inc. Trains Over 1,500 Health Insurance Agents on the Affordable Ca
Lewisville, texas
The Brokerage, Inc. stands out as a leader in training insurance agents on how to prepare their business for the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. (PRWeb July 26, 2013) Read the full story at
August 14 2013
Trains collide, derail in Vivian near South Pine Street
Waco, Texas
Two trains collided in Vivian on Tuesday morning, sending both engines off the tracks and at least one person to the hospital.NBC 6 News crews at the scene report several train cars are off the tracks in a wooded area off of South Pine Street.
July 31 2013
Rural doctor shortage strains practices
Cooper, texas
Tucked among the cornfields and water towers of Littlefield, Texas, Dr. Isabel Molina treats one patient after the next at Lamb Healthcare Center. She and her partner serve a population of around 15,000. To keep up with her patient load, Molina regularly works 13-hour days without stopping to eat.
June 01 2013
'It is getting a lot harder to do this': Doctor shortage strains practices
Cooper, texas
Tucked among the cornfields, windmills and water towers of Littlefield, in west Texas, Dr. Isabel Molina treats one patient after the next at Lamb Healthcare Center. Littlefield is a small, dusty town of about 6,500 people, but Molina's two-doctor practice draws from a much larg …
June 01 2013
Video: 5/18: NTSB investigates train collision; teen tackles cancer diagnosis
Bridgeport, texas
During rush hour in Connecticut, two commuter trains collided, sending 72 passengers to the hospital. The tracks are now closed while the NTSB investigates. And as Don Dahler reports, it's creating a travel nightmare; And, after his close friend died from pancreatic cancer, 16-year-old Jack Andraka unleashed his hyper-drive intellect on preventing more cancer deaths. And as Jim Axelrod reports ...
May 27 2013
After rains, health department warns of West Nile and Dengue
The City of Laredo's Health Department is reminding the public to take precautions and exercise measures for mosquito control to prevent Dengue Fever and West Nile Virus through integrated pest management to prevent other vector borne diseases such as Typhus and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
May 25 2013
Old ‘Lunatic’ Brains Tell Story of Evolving Mental Health Diagnoses
Tell, texas
Adam Voorhes photographed a series of brains from the former Texas State Lunatic Asylum (now called Austin State Hospital) and says that making pictures of the remains was like looking at a timeline of how mental health practices have evolved.
May 16 2013
Rains bring little relief to Brazil energy sector
Energy, Texas
Jodi Arias has acknowledged shooting, stabbing and slitting the throat of her lover. She says it was self-defense: Kill or be killed. More >>
January 30 2013
Callahan Country Lifts Burn Ban
Recent rains have not only contributed to the health and growth of grass and trees around the Big Country, but has helped ease fears of wild-fires.
January 16 2013
Trains carrying more oil across US amid boom
Energy, Texas
Energy companies behind the oil boom on the Northern Plains are increasingly turning to an industrial-age workhorse - the locomotive - to move their crude to refineries across the U.S., as plans for new pipelines stall and...
January 14 2013
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