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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
Bank Of America Sees Stericycle Inc As Attractive Alternative To Traditional Health Care Stocks
Texas
In a report published Tuesday, Bank of America analyst Erin E. Wilson reiterated a Buy rating and $126.00 price target on Stericycle Inc (NASDAQ: SRCL ). In the report, Bank of America noted, “The US Department ...
October 14 2014
Texas woman sentenced to 60 years in 'black widow' murder case
Texas
By Marice Richter FORT WORTH Texas (Reuters) - A Texas woman dubbed a "black widow" was sentenced on Tuesday to 60 years in prison after her conviction on murder and evidence tampering in the shooting death of her husband in what prosecutors said was a plot to collect insurance money. Michele Williams, 45, was sentenced to concurrent sentences of 60 years in prison on her murder conviction and ...
September 30 2014
CDC experts to deploy to Texas if patient has Ebola: official
Texas
By Marice Richter DALLAS (Reuters) - U.S. health specialists are ready to deploy to Dallas if a patient being evaluated for Ebola is found to be carrying the disease that has killed thousands of people in West Africa, a Dallas County official said on Tuesday. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas officials said in a statement on Monday that an unnamed patient was being tested for Ebola ...
September 30 2014
Texas jury starts deliberations in ‘black widow’ murder trial
Texas
By Marice Richter FORT WORTH Texas (Reuters) - A jury began deliberations on Monday in what has been dubbed the "black widow" case of a Texas woman accused of shooting her husband dead for insurance money and then launching a plot to frame someone else for the crime. Michele Williams, 45 and a mother of four, is on trial for murder and tampering with evidence. She faces up to life in prison if ...
September 29 2014
Texas jury convicts woman of murder in 'black widow' trial

By Marice Richter FORT WORTH Texas (Reuters) - A Texas jury in what has been dubbed a "black widow" trial convicted a 45-year-old mother of four of murder and evidence tampering on Monday for shooting to death her husband in a 2011 plot to collect insurance money, an official said. Michele Williams was acquitted of a second count of tampering that related to her husband's corpse, Melody McDonald ...
September 29 2014
Health experts stress prevention as Enterovirus D68 spreads
Missouri
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- A mysterious virus is to blame for making thousands of children sick across the country. Now Borderland health officials are preparing for the worst. Enterovirus D68, a respiratory illness, has impacted thousands of kids in multiple states since mid-August. ...
September 28 2014
Commercial health care spending up from higher medical service costs
Texas
Recent growth in health care spending for commercially insured individuals is due primarily to increases in prices for medical services, rather than increased use, according to a new study led by researchers at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, published in the August issue of the American Journal of Managed Care.
September 24 2014
Do small military hospitals meet the grade?
Briggs, texas
The New York Times takes a critical look at small military hospitals where the limited number of patients may compromise doctors' ability to treat serious problems. Other stories look at a surge in surgery prices and at programs to standardize children's surgical care.
September 23 2014
Trial starts for Texas woman accused of 'black widow' murder
Texas
By Marice Richter FORT WORTH Texas (Reuters) - Prosecutors told a Texas court a woman shot her husband dead for insurance money and then launched a plot to frame someone else for the crime, as testimony started on Tuesday in a cased dubbed the "black widow" murder. Lawyers for the defendant, Michele Williams, said in opening statements that her husband, Greg Williams, committed suicide. Michele ...
September 23 2014
Rice vs. Texas A&M: Game Grades, Analysis for the Aggies
Texas
The Rice Owls may have e xposed more issues than the Texas A&M Aggies would've liked them to, particularly a suspect run defense . But ultimately, Kenny Hill and Co. took care of the Owls without too much trouble with a solid 38-10 win to move to 3-0 on the season.  A boxscore of the game can be found at NCAA.com .  With that, let's check out the game grades for Texas A&M's positional units ...
September 19 2014
Tracking spending among the commercially insured
Texas
( The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth ) Recent growth in health care spending for commercially insured individuals is due primarily to increases in prices for medical services, rather than increased use, according to a new study led by researchers at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, published in the American Journal of Managed Care.
August 29 2014
Tracking spending among commercially insured
Texas
Recent growth in health care spending for commercially insured individuals is due primarily to increases in prices for medical services, rather than increased use, according to a new study. Increases in health care spending for commercially insured beneficiaries were principally the result of increases in prices (how much medical services cost) -- especially for outpatient services -- rather ...
August 29 2014
Mark & Dave: Today's special: Dr. Walmart in Aisle 2
Oregon
After all the protests, the new Walmart in Sherwood quietly opened to favorable reviews from those who like low prices. Meanwhile, Walmart is testing primary-care facilities at six of its stores in Texas. You read correctly, someday you may have to hit up Walmart to turn your head and cough. ...
August 24 2014
$50 million deal: Bristol Hospital officials announce sale details
Texas
BRISTOL — The long-planned sale of Bristol Hospital is moving forward, and most of the $50-million purchase price will be used to pay off debt, hospital officials said yesterday.
August 20 2014
Hamas, Israel trade blame for deaths of 9 children
Texas
Hamas and Israel blamed each other for an explosion at a Gaza park Monday that killed at least 10 Palestinians - including nine children playing on a swing - in a horrific scene that underscored the heavy price civilians...
August 05 2014
Man found guilty in officerâs beating death sentenced to 50 years in prison
Texas
By: Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The sentencing phase in the capital murder trial of an El Paso teen charged with beating an off-duty police officer to death continued Wednesday morning, and the jury sentenced Juan Antonio Gonzalez to 50 years in prison. ...
July 30 2014
Price and associates plead not guilty to charges in 13-count indictment
Texas
DALLAS -- Just after 7 a.m. Friday, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price left his Oak Cliff home behind the wheel of a BMW 850i, one of a caravan of high-profile vehicles that have defined his public image. By 8 a.m., the car was empty at a building near Parkland Hospital, and Price was under arrest, charged with eleven counts of bribery, mail fraud, and tax fraud. His life, and his image ...
July 30 2014
Sentencing phase continues in Gonzalez murder trial
Texas
By: Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The sentencing phase in the capital murder trial of an El Paso teen charged with beating an off-duty police officer to death will continue Wednesday morning. Juan Antonio Gonzalez, 19, has been found guilty on one count of murder in a lesser charge. ...
July 29 2014
Jurors listen to closing arguments to decide Gonzalez's sentencing
Texas
By: Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The sentencing phase is underway in the capital murder trial for an El Paso teen charged with beating an off-duty police officer to death. On Monday, Juan Antonio Gonzalez, 19, was found guilty on one count of murder in a lesser charge. ...
July 29 2014
Jury finds Gonzalez guilty on one count of murder on a lesser charge
Texas
By Crystal Price: EL PASO, Texas -- On Monday evening, the jury found Juan Antonio Gonzalez, 19, guilty on one count of murder of a lesser charge after he allegedly beat to death an off-duty police officer two years ago. According to FindLaw.com, this charge means the jurors believed there were mitigating circumstances surrounding the beating death of an El Paso police officer, Jonathan Molina ...
July 29 2014
Jury hears closing arguments in police beating case
Price, Texas
By: Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- Closing arguments began Monday in the trial for Juan Antonio Gonzalez, 19, who is accused of beating El Paso Police Officer Jonathan Molina to death nearly two years ago while Molina was off duty. The family of Gonzalez left the courtroom in tears after listening to closing arguments from the defense and prosecution. ...
July 28 2014
Coming pop concerts: Felice Brothers and John Mellencamp
Texas
Felice Brothers "All I want is to eat cherry licorice," the Felice Brothers sing on the lead single to their sixth album, Favorite Waitress. "I don't care if it sounds ridiculous." No, they don't care, and we don't either. That's becau
July 22 2014
Top 5: Immigration debate, Texas mass murder and Luke Bigham arrest top your Thursday morning headl
Alabama
Here’s a quick look at your top five headlines this Thursday including the latest arrest of Talledega Nights actor and Alabama native Luke Brigham, a mass murder in Texas and falling gas prices.
July 12 2014
US should re-evaluate definition of skilled workers in immigration policy
Texas
New immigration research from Rice University, the University of North Carolina and the Centre for Population, Poverty and Public Policy Studies suggests the U.S. should re-evaluate its definition of skilled workers to include informal skills of migrant workers.
July 11 2014
410 veterans seek help at American Legion weeklong tour, dozens of claims granted
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The American Legion tour wrapped up in the Borderland on Friday after a weeklong event of assisting veterans with VA appointments, medical care enrollment, and filing VA benefits. Officials with the American Legion said 410 military veterans from El Paso came through this week for assistance with their medical needs. ...
June 28 2014
US stocks rise as oil prices boost energy shares
Texas
LONDON, June 20 — US stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index extending a record, as deal activity spurred a rally in health-care shares, and energy producers gained with oil prices. Gold extended a rally and emerging equities sank.
June 27 2014
Allied Ag adds a new generation
Texas
It’s “like father, like daughters” as Jimmy Duecker, owner of Allied Ag, shows his twin daughters (from left) Kristen and Katelyn how to use the store’s computer to track inventory, look up invoices and change prices. — Standard-Radio Post photo/Richard Zowie By Richard Zowie “Service is our business, taking care of our customers in the Texas Hill Country.” That’s how Jimmy Duecker describes his ...
June 25 2014
Hundreds of veterans voice VA concerns at American Legion town hall
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- More than 150 veterans came out for the town hall meeting at the American Legion Post 58 on Monday evening. Representatives from the American Legion in Washington held meeting for veterans to voice their greatest concerns regarding to the El Paso VA Health Care System. ...
June 24 2014
Initial public offerings scheduled to debut next week
New York
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The following is a list of initial public offerings planned for the coming week. Sources include Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, CT (www.renaissancecapital.com) and SEC filings. Week of June 23: Adeptus Health Inc. - Lewisville, Texas, 4.9 million shares, priced $19 to $22,
June 23 2014
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