Texas Health Resources' CEO Apologizes For Ebola ResponseTexas Health Resources CEO Barclay Berdan publishes apology over Ebola Response.
Friends, Family Of Ebola Patient Reach MilestoneFamily and Friends of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan end 21 watch period Sunday,
Judge Clay Jenkins: "This Is A Critical Weekend"Dallas County Commissioner Judge Clay Jenkins held a press conference Saturday regarding the latest Ebola updates.
Ebola Monitoring Inconsistent As Virus SpreadEbola monitoring inconsistent claims continues as we learn more about the spread in Dallas.
Ebola Lapses Persisted For Days At Dallas HospitalMedical records show that for days after the admission, his caregivers were vulnerable.
Texas A&M Vets Now Caring For Dog Of Ebola Dallas PatientTwo veterinarians from Texas A&M University's Veterinarian Emergency Team have been mobilized to care for the dog owned by North Texas nurse and now Ebola patient Nina Pham.
Rehab Scheduling Woes For Man Operated On At Hospital With Ebola ExposureA North Texas woman says two rehabilitation facilities wouldn't accept her husband after he had surgery at the same hospital where three people were treated for Ebola.
Nurses/Health Workers Stage Support Rally At Presbyterian HospitalLate Friday afternoon several dozen nurses, health workers and staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas walked out of the hospital ER exit in a sign of support for their colleagues and Texas Health Resources.
CDC Expands Ebola Probe To Nurse's Flight To OhioA health official says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expanding its Ebola investigation to include passengers on Frontier flight 1142 Friday that carried Amber Vinson, the second American to contract the virus on U.S. soil.
Emory Hospital Has Decades Long History Of Dealing With EbolaA hospital in Atlanta is doing everything it can to save Dallas nurse Amber Vinson. Emory University Hospital has a great track record of successfully treating Ebola patients and keeping its staff safe.
Airline Passengers Impacted By Ebola Now Living In QuarantineTaylor Cole is so concerned about his health, he would‎ only do an interview on Skype. On Monday, he was on the same flight to Dallas as Amber Vinson, the second healthcare worker who contracted Ebola.