A 26-year-old nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for a patient says she plans to sue, alleging privacy issues and a failure to properly train the Texas hospital’s staff, the Dallas Morning News reports.
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The family of a man who was shot by a Grapevine officer Friday is still waiting for answers about what led to his death.
An embattled agency may soon lose its longtime monopoly to certify companies owned by minorities or women that want to do business with Dallas County.
STEPHENVILLE — Jurors in the capital murder trial of Eddie Ray Routh will take a day off Monday because of the winter storm.
FORT WORTH — A teen-aged boy was hurt and two others escaped injuries Sunday night during a house fire on Hatcher Street in east Fort Worth, fire officials said.
A Texas jury will soon decide on Eddie Ray Routh’s next home: a maximum-security prison cell or a room with an open door and no lock.
Tourism funds that help bring events ranging from dental conventions to Super Bowls to Texas are awaiting their latest round of changes — potentially the most dramatic ones.
The private company developing a high-speed rail line between Dallas and Houston told federal officials Tuesday it wants to focus on just one possible route.
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Sen. Ted Cruz and other Republican state leaders on Wednesday called a judge’s ruling against the president’s executive action on immigration a “victory for the rule of law” and the Constitution, and demanded the administration halt all preparations to implement the programs that would defer the deportation of 4.7 million people living in the country illegally.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott says Texas should reorder its fiscal priorities to do more for education, roads and border security — and hand out $4.5 billion in tax cuts — even as it clamps down on spending for many programs.