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Presbyterian Hospital Says ‘Thank You’ For Loyalty, Lessons Learned

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has been largely criticized for its role in treating the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the U.S. But despite the criticism, their message is simple: “Thank You”.


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Abbott, Davis Talk Gubernatorial Election

Early voting for the Texas gubernatorial race between Republican candidate Greg Abbott and Democratic competitor Wendy Davis began on Monday.


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Two Injured In Wilmer Shooting

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.


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Texas Pre-K Student Takes Gun To School

Nobody was injured after a 4-year-old pre-kindergarten student took a loaded gun in his backpack to a South Texas elementary school.


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Texas Man Gets 50 Years For Scalding Child

A Texas man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for forcing a 2-year-old boy into scalding water because the child urinated on himself.


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El Nino Still A No-Show In Texas, But In Forecast

The rain-producing weather pattern was expected to arrive in Texas by now, but the outlook for moisture across much of the state through the end of October and into November doesn’t look promising.


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Average Retail Gas Prices Drop To $2.89 In Texas

AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average unleaded price at the pump this week is $2.89, a drop of 10 cents from a week ago. The national average now is $3.08.



Task Force Shifts Ebola Patient’s Treatment Strategy

At the first hearing held by the Texas Task Force On Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response, some of the most experienced infectious disease doctors in Texas discussed lessons learned from the three Ebola cases in Dallas.


DALLAS, TX - OCTOBER 06:   Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings (R) looks on as Dr. David Lakey, Commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services, speaks to the media during a press conference updating the community about the Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan on October 6, 2014 in Dallas, Texas. The first confirmed Ebola virus patient in the United States was staying with family members in a Dallas neighborhood before being treated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Texas Official: Most Hospitals Can’t Handle Ebola

The top health official in Texas says most hospitals can’t handle Ebola patients and infected people should instead be treated at specialized care centers.


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North Texas Cities Could Face Tighter Watering Restrictions

The North Texas Municipal Water District will vote Thursday on tighter restrictions that could limit watering to once every two weeks.


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Texas Task Force Offers Plans To Stop Ebola Spread

Gov. Rick Perry’s infectious disease task force is discussing ways to diagnose and isolate patients with Ebola more quickly.



Win Your Kid A Chance To Meet Dale Earnhardt Jr.

No Limits, Texas is the only place where your child can meet NASCAR’s most popular driver- Dale Earnhardt Jr. plus other top Sprint Cup drivers Austin Dillon and Paul Menard and get their autograph! Stay […]