Cremation

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Louisiana Judge Temporarily Blocks Disposal Of Ebola Tainted Ash

A state judge signed an order Monday temporarily blocking ash from the incineration of a Dallas Ebola victim’s belongings to be disposed of at a southwest Louisiana site.

10/13/2014

Thomas Eric Duncan (credit: Facebook)

Ebola Patient’s Remains Still Infectious

Nine days after Thomas Eric Duncan became the first person to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus on American soil, he also became the first person to die from the Ebola virus in this country.

10/08/2014

Sheila Sterling's memorial announcement. (Credit: CBSDFW.com)

Family Files Lawsuit After Funeral Home Mix-Up

Kimberly Byers says she and her family are still unsettled about a terrible mistake after her sister, Sheila Sterling, died of cancer last September.

06/19/2012

Parkland

Family: We Want Our Daughter’s Organs Back

Every night before bed, Ruben Soto says a prayer for his daughter, Sonia. She died more than 7 months ago, but he says she has yet to rest in peace. “I would never wish this on anyone,” said Soto.

CBSDFW.COM–11/04/2010