Wambach Pushes U.S. Over Nigeria 1-0Abby Wambach scored a key goal, pulling the U.S. national team to a 1-0 victory over Nigeria and into a first-place finish in its group at the Women's World Cup.
Houston Conference Canceled After West African Travelers Denied VisasThe organizers of a global safety conference in Houston say they have been forced to postpone the event after delegates from West Africa were denied their visas.
Across 3 Continents, Ebola Makes Its Way To USEbola makes it's way from Liberia to America in a matter of a couple of weeks.
The Ebola Outbreak: What Every American Needs To KnowThe recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in Africa has begun attracting attention in the U.S. for good reason.
Nigerian Communities In Dallas Look Home In GriefPastor Michael Osifo recalls being able to play soccer until nightfall as a child in Nigeria.
Ex-Nigerian Basketball Player Killed In Home InvasionA former member of the Nigerian National Basketball Team was shot and killed after breaking into a Plano home last week, according to police.
NTSB To Help Nigeria Investigate Crash That Killed UNT StudentAn investigator from the National Transportation Safety Board will be heading to Nigeria to help piece together the cause of a jet crash that claimed the life of a former University of North Texas student.
Nigerian Woman Explains Escaping Enslavement In Arlington HomeA woman who was held captive inside an Arlington house for nine years shared her story with CBS 11, explaining how she survived and escaped after she was tricked and forced into captivity.
Brother: Woman Charged In Fatal Dallas Fire SurrendersThe brother of a woman accused in a Texas day care center fire that killed four children says his sister has turned herself in to authorities in Nigeria.
Brother Mourns Sibling Killed During North Dallas RobberyEunice Nzelu, 58, came to Dallas from her native Nigeria in 2004 for a better life.