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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

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Houston subpoenas sermons

The attorney for the city of Houston wants to know what several pastors have said to members of their congregations in regard to the city's controversial Equal Rights Ordinance.

Texas has record number of registered voters for Nov. 4 Election

Thursday, Texas Secretary of State Nandita Berry announced that a record number of 14,025,441 Texans are registered to vote.

UPDATE: EP Department of Health announces new infants have tested positive for TB

The El Paso Department of Public Health announced more infants have tested positive for tuberculosis in connection with an ongoing case at Providence Memorial Hospital.

Obey the Law: Don’t Pass Stopped School Buses

In conjunction with National School Bus Safety Week (Oct.

Football trumps Halloween in Artesia

October 31 is Halloween. Every calendar will tell you that. But for one New Mexico town, Halloween is now on November 1.

Ebola infected nurse Nina Pham to be moved to Maryland

According to NBC, a federal official said the first nurse infected with Ebola will be moved to the National Institutes of Health facility in Bethesda, Maryland.

In need of a flu shot? Here's your chance to get a free one

If you're looking to get a flu shot, here's an opportunity. The New Mexico Department of Health's Anthony Public Health Office is hosting a flu shot clinic at the City of Anthony Offices.

Hatch man accused of selling alcohol to minors before fatal crash

A Hatch man has been arrested and charged with illegally selling alcohol to three teenagers before a deadly crash that killed two people Tuesday night.

3 Cen-Tex schools close; students on flight with Ebola-positive nurse

According to Belton Independent School District, three campuses will close Thursday as the Center for Disease Control has revealed two students were passengers on the Cleveland to Dallas flight with the second Ebola-positive Dallas nurse.

Dallas hospital offering employees rooms who treated Ebola patient during monitoring period

With a second Texas health care worker now infected with the Ebola virus despite following recommended protection procedures, Texas Health Dallas is offering a room to any impacted employees who would like to stay there to avoid even the remote

REPORT: Jerry Jones sexual assault lawsuit settled out of court

According to Dallas Cowboys reporter Mike Fisher, the sexual assault lawsuit against Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones has been settled.

School district implements free breakfast program for all high school students

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For many students, it's a meal they skip.

Haunted house, music concert & more!

THURSDAY KCOS Wine & Food Classic Thursday, October 16 6 p.m.-9 p.m. 9050 Viscount kcostv.org FRIDAY - SUNDAY

Faults in Response to Ebola Detailed After New Diagnosis

Wednesday amounted to a daylong series of body blows to those who thought that authorities had things under control in the response to the diagnosis of Ebola in Dallas. 

Harris County seeks accounting for decades of pollution