Five weeks after Dallas County became the epicenter of the nation’s Ebola crisis, the county enters Friday with no new cases reported and everyone off the disease watch list.
The Dallas County Judge race between Democratic incumbent Clay Jenkins and his Republican challenger Ron Natinsky hasn’t received much publicity at all… until now.
According to Dallas County officials on Monday, 120 people are still being monitored for Ebola. But the area could be declared free of the virus on November 7.
Dallas County Commissioner Judge Clay Jenkins held a press conference Saturday regarding the latest Ebola updates.
A woman fell ill at a DART train station and prompted a brief scare as Ebola fears are running high.
Instead of declaring an emergency disaster Dallas leaders took no action and will rely on individuals potentially exposed to Ebola to adhere to self-monitoring guidelines and avoid public transportation.
CDC officials confirmed the preliminary positive Ebola results for Dallas Nurse
The U.S. House Homeland Security Committee chairman has scheduled a hearing in North Texas to review the federal, state and local response to the nation’s first Ebola case.
Hundreds of North Texans marched down Dallas streets holding signs calling for higher wages. It was a Labor Day Parade with a message.
Groups on both sides of the immigration issue took their messages to the streets on Saturday, as plans move forward to locally house immigrant children in North Texas.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins promised to house thousands of immigrant children in North Texas. The announcement sent shockwaves around the community and the nation.
Fresh off of their tour of detention facilities in McAllen, near the Mexican border, officials in Dallas County will reveal their plans for immigrants on Thursday.