Authorities are trying to determine whether a man who flew on Texas flight into Phoenix has tuberculosis, but any risk to passengers on his flight is extremely low.
Students and staff members at Macarthur High School in the Irving Independent School District are preparing for a big test. But it has nothing to do with academics.
MacArthur High School is the second high school in Irving where a student has tested for positive for tuberculosis since the start of the 2013 school year.
Macarthur High School in Irving is on high alert after a student tested positive for tuberculosis. This comes on the heels of a similar scare at another Irving high school.
Tuberculosis test results are in for Irving high school students and staff who were tested earlier this week.
The group of students was offered the free testing because they may have been exposed to TB when they shared a class last spring with a student recently diagnosed with the contagious disease.
An Irving high school student has been diagnosed and is being treated for tuberculosis, according to the Dallas County Department of Health and Human Services.
Some Greyhound bus passengers are questioning whether they were exposed to an illness, possibly Tuberculosis, after they say they were forced to share a bus with a sick passenger.
With two weeks left in the school year, several students and teachers from a Dallas middle school will take an unexpected test Tuesday.
The president of the Tarrant County College Southeast Campus in Arlington sent out a letter Thursday detailing steps being taken in light of the recent tuberculosis (TB) alert.
A former student testing positive for tuberculosis has 200 students, faculty and staff at Tarrant County College’s Southeast campus in Arlington facing the possibility of needing their own TB tests.
Students, teachers and parents in Denton will work to put a fire behind them and focus on the future during a Monday night meeting.