WASHINGTON — Hospital workers battling Ebola in West Africa and Dallas are missing the one weapon that could help them most: a Food and Drug Administration-approved treatment or vaccine.
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WASHINGTON — Ever since an Ebola case from Liberia arrived at a Dallas hospital last month, political pressure has been building on the Obama administration to restrict travel from the three West African countries where the disease has spread with frightening speed.
DALLAS — These days, experts more or less understand what puts kids at risk for becoming criminals: using drugs, carrying a gun, even just believing that they will die young.
By Monday morning, 48 of the people in Dallas who are being monitored for Ebola symptoms will be cleared to resume their lives, after a tense three weeks for them and for much of the nation.
Texas’ largest power transmission company Oncor has repeatedly cut spending to maintain its network of power lines, despite a growing customer base, according to a report filed by Public Utility Commissioner Ken Anderson.
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WASHINGTON — The standardized test, a hallmark of the accountability movement that has defined U.S. public education since 2002, is under growing attack from critics who say students from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade are taking too many exams.
DALLAS — Dallas officials alarmed at the spread of Ebola plan Thursday to take aggressive steps to restrict health care staffers exposed to the virus — possibly placing them in shelters — as the hospital where they work apologized for its potentially deadly mistakes.
A second female healthcare worker at a Dallas hospital has tested postive for the Ebola virus, prompting the federal Centers for Disease Control and Protection to send in a team in a bit to halt further spread of the deadly disease.
DALLAS — Dallas County officials estimated Tuesday that their costs for responding to the Ebola crisis have already surpassed $1 million.