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.
T-shirts, sticks of deodorant, and more are on the list of items Dallas County paid for during the Ebola clean up.
Perhaps the biggest impact of the mid-term elections in Dallas County is in the district attorney’s office.
District Attorney Craig Watkins re-election bid could hinge on turnout from his Southern Dallas voter base.
Two men are expected to go free after the Dallas County district attorney’s office agreed they were wrongfully convicted of murder based on prosecutorial misconduct.
Two men are in stable condition following a shooting in Wilmer on Friday morning. Detective are interviewing potential witnesses to try and determine what led to the shooting.
While the conditions of two North Texas nurses who contracted Ebola continue to improve, health officials say they continue to monitor dozens of other people who may have been exposed to the virus.
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.
Dallas County deputy Michael Monnig held a news conference on Friday in Dallas, just one day after his test results came back negative for the Ebola virus.
Seagoville police are looking for a suspect in a fatal shooting Sunday evening.
The Dallas County Health Department has confirmed another case of imported Chikungunya virus.