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Governors stress home quarantine for Ebola workers

Updated: 10/27/2014 - NEWARK, N.J. -- Despite President Barack Obama's appointment of an "Ebola czar" to oversee and coordinate the U.S. response to the deadly outbreak, some politicians and even the Pentagon are going against White House guidance by imposing the kinds of quarantines that scientists warn could make containing the epidemic more difficult.

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Southmayd store destroyed by fire

Updated: 10/26/2014 - SOUTHMAYD, TX--A Southmayd, Texas, business is a total loss after it caught fire early Saturday morning.

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October is Adopt-A-Shelter Dog Month; Ardmore shelter participates

Updated: 10/25/2014 - ARDMORE, OK -- This month people across the country are celebrating the values of shelter dogs. Many shelters are overcrowded with pets who need a loving home, and Adopt a Shelter Dog month is shedding light to the cause. Executive Director of the Ardmore Shelter, Jeannine Jackson says this month they have already adopted out 62 dogs.

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ATF, Ardmore police arrest 9 suspected gang members

Updated: 10/23/2014 - Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and Ardmore Police executed the arrest of nine members of a street gang. District Attorney Craig Ladd says this has been an intense, year-long investigation.

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Ebola virus scare inspires preparations

Posted: 10/22/2014 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Texas -- Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings has declared Nov. 7 as the day the area could be completely free of the Ebola virus, but residents across North Texas say they are still concerned about the virus.

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Bees sting 20 students at Fort Worth-area school

Posted: 10/21/2014 - SAGINAW, Texas -- At least 20 sixth-graders at a North Texas school have been treated for bee stings in an attack during an outdoor physical education class.

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Interruptions set for DART rail in downtown Dallas

Posted: 10/21/2014 - DALLAS -- Light rail service in downtown Dallas will be halted for six weekends including the Thanksgiving holiday during repairs to Dallas Area Rapid Transit lines.

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Dallas officials say 120 still on Ebola monitoring

Updated: 10/20/2014 - DALLAS -- Texas health officials say 120 people are still being monitored for possible infection with Ebola because they may have had contact with one of the three people who got the disease in Dallas.

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Texas Gov. calls for travel ban due to Ebola

Posted: 10/17/2014 - AUSTIN -- Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry reversed course and joined other top conservatives in calling for an air travel ban from countries hardest-hit by Ebola, saying Friday that he'd pushed the idea with President Barack Obama and even suggested creating a "no-fly list" for Americans potentially exposed to the virus.

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Obama authorizes Guard, reserve call-up for Ebola

Posted: 10/16/2014 - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama on Thursday authorized the Pentagon to call up reserve and National Guard troops if they are needed to assist in the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

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Presco upgrading facility with help from Sedco

Posted: 10/16/2014 - SHERMAN, TX-- The building is over a 120 years old, and although, the bricks may be starting to show their age the inside of the plant is getting a big upgrade.

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Toyota recalls Lexuses in U.S. for fuel leak risk

Updated: 10/15/2014 - DETROIT -- Toyota is recalling about 423,000 older-model Lexus luxury cars in the U.S. because a gasket can leak fuel and possibly cause a fire. The recall is among three global recalls that Toyota announced Wednesday totaling about 1.7 million vehicles.

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A look at sick nurses' contact with Ebola

Updated: 10/15/2014 - DALLAS -- Two nurses at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who cared for a Liberian patient with Ebola have tested positive for the virus. Officials said the two have not been able to identify any specific breaches of protocol that might have led to them getting sick. But patient Thomas Eric Duncan's medical records, provided to The Associated Press by his family, do provide a picture of how nurses Nina Pham and Amber Joy Vinson interacted with him in the days between his arrival at the hospital Sept. 28 and his death Oct. 8:

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CDC: Nurse exposed to Ebola should not have flown

Updated: 10/15/2014 - NEW YORK -- A top federal health official said Wednesday that a Texas nurse exposed to the Ebola virus never should have taken a flight from Cleveland to the Dallas area. She has now been diagnosed with Ebola and officials are now contacting other passengers on the plane.

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