Ebola patient is being cared for in the city with the second largest population of African immigrants
A woman fell ill at a DART train station and prompted a brief scare as Ebola fears are running high.
The Supreme Court allows Texas to use the new voter identification law for November elections.
Ebola monitoring inconsistent claims continues as we learn more about the spread in Dallas.
Medical records show that for days after the admission, his caregivers were vulnerable.
Most parents don’t want their kids using marijuana… and then there are those who desperately do. Some of those families are fighting for change in Texas this weekend.
Two veterinarians from Texas A&M University’s Veterinarian Emergency Team have been mobilized to care for the dog owned by North Texas nurse and now Ebola patient Nina Pham.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas nurse Amber Vinson remains in isolation at Emory University Hospital, which has state-of-the-art rooms for treating people with Ebola. CBS 11 News got a first look inside.
A Cleburne police officer says an aggressive pitbull charged at him, so he shot the dog three times, killing the animal.
For Dallas’ Presbyterian hospital, the public relations nightmare that began with the nation’s first Ebola diagnosis started at bad—and then quickly worsened.
Despite repeated attempts from health officials and local leaders to calm concerns over Ebola in Dallas the paranoia continues, and now it’s taking a toll on local businesses.
A North Texas woman says two rehabilitation facilities wouldn’t accept her husband after he had surgery at the same hospital where three people were treated for Ebola.
Wednesday, May 21 was CBS 11 Weather Day at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Great weather experiments and more than 5000 school kids made for a fantastic day.