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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

Statewide News

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.

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.

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

 

No ruling in Villegas hearing, trial commences tomorrow

Tension was high in the court room today. D.A. Jaime Esparza has brought 5 prosecutors onto the case, a sign that hes not ready to back down just yet.

Texas Pastors subpoenaed over equal rights debate

A push for equal rights in Houston could spark a national debate on the freedom on religion. Several ministers are challenging the city's equal rights ordinance and requesting it be suspended.

CDC: U.S. health worker with Ebola should not have flown on commercial jet

The second Dallas health care worker who was found to have the Ebola virus should not have boarded a commercial jet Monday, health officials say.

Plaintiffs ask Supreme Court to block voter ID

Texas plaintiffs on Wednesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block the state's voter photo ID law in November's election.

A day in the life of Sam Houston

It is 11:03 a.m. and the press conference is about to begin.

Details yet to emerge in Patrick's tax proposal

Since beginning his campaign for lieutenant governor, state Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, has made clear that he wants to lower property taxes.

Lawmakers might address graduation hurdles

In December, roughly 47,000 high school seniors who still need to pass at least one standardized exam will have a final opportunity to clear a hurdle to their diplomas.

A day in the life of Sam Houston

It is 11:03 a.m. and the press conference is about to begin. Sam Houston, the famously named but mostly unknown Democrat running for Texas attorney general, shoots a nervous glance toward the door, then looks down at his phone.

Several New Mexico transportation workers fired after rowdy party

It started as an annual convention and turned into an out of control party - a gathering of state Department of Transportation workers in Roswell got rowdy, and now a few of them are former state Department of Transportation workers because of