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Second Dallas Nurse Tests Positive for Ebola

UpdatePosted 10/15/2014 04:00PM

Dallas Nurse Amber Joy Vinson Diagnosed with Ebola

Originally posted 10/15/2014 10:35AM

The Ebola crisis in the U.S. took another alarming turn Wednesday with word that a second Dallas nurse caught the disease from a patient and flew across the Midwest aboard an airliner the day before she fell ill. President Barack Obama canceled a campaign trip to address the outbreak.

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NBC Freelance Photog Has Ebola, Health Officials Work to Contain Virus in Texas

NBC Freelance Photog Has Ebola, Health Officials Work to Contain Virus in Texas

Originally posted 10/03/2014 09:50AM

Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr An American cameraman working for NBC in Liberia has tested positive for the Ebola virus and is being sent back to the United States for treatment, officials said.

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Officials Confirm First Ebola Case Diagnosed in the United States

Officials Confirm First Ebola Case Diagnosed in the United States

Originally posted 09/30/2014 06:15PM

A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola, the first case of the disease to be diagnosed in the United States, federal health officials announced Tuesday.

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Texas Dad Sues Lacrosse Coaches for Not Playing His Son

Texas Dad Sues Lacrosse Coaches for Not Playing His Son

Originally posted 04/10/2014 08:45AM

Some bros are born lax, some achieve laxness, and others have laxness thrust upon them.

Texas's Billy Munck is the third kind.

When Munck played in only nine varsity games during his junior year of high school, his father took matters into his own hands, suing Billy's coach, as well as the nearby Dallas Lacrosse Academy, under the anti-racketeering RICO Act.

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From the White House to Art House: President G. W. Bush to Have First Gallery Showing

President George W. Bush to Have First Gallery Showing

Originally posted 02/25/2014 05:30PM

President George W. Bush will show over two dozen paintings this April at his presidential library and museum in Dallas, Texas.

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Filed Under: Dallas, George W. Bush
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Jessica Simpson's Kids Steal the Show at a Fashion Event in Dallas

UpdatePosted 11/24/2013 07:45PM

Jessica Simpson's Kids Steal the Show at a Fashion Event in Dallas

Originally posted 11/24/2013 05:15PM

For Jessica Simpson, this weekend's homecoming was a fashionable family affair.

Son Ace Knute, 4 12 months, adorably made his red carpet debut Saturday at a Dillard's store in Dallas during an event celebrating her Jessica Simpson Collection.

Simpson, 33, protectively held on to the chubby-cheeked infant, who looked sweetly stylish in head-to-toe gray, including an unbuttoned shirt with the sleeves rolled up and super-cool baby Jordan sneakers.

Kennedy Memorial Ceremony: Bells, Speeches, Somber Mood in Dallas | Kennedy Assassination, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John F. Kennedy, Kennedy

Kennedy Memorial Ceremony: Bells, Speeches, Somber Mood in Dallas

Originally posted 11/22/2013 01:40PM

In Dallas, somber and thoughtful ceremonies were set for Friday afternoon to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, who was gunned down on Nov. 22, 1963, as his open-air motorcade traveled through the city.

Bells were expected to toll throughout Dealey Plaza, where sniper Lee Harvey Oswald fired upon Kennedy, who was traveling with his wife, Jacqueline, and Texas Gov. John Connally and his wife, Nellie. The death of Kennedy, the nation's youngest president, plunged the word into mourning, and even today he continues to remain a figure of hope and unity.

Historian David McCullough was scheduled to read passages from Kennedy's speeches, including his much-repeated call to service made during his 1961 inaugural address: "Ask not what your country will do for you. Ask what you can do for your country."

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Texas Teacher Wears Same Yearbook Photo Outfit for 40 Years

Texas Teacher Wears Same '70s Outfit in His Yearbook Photo for 40 Years

Originally posted 07/02/2013 05:30PM

The years came and went, but Dale Irby's 1970s polyester shirt and coffee-colored sweater vest never got old.

Irby, 63, retired this year as an elementary school teacher in Texas, but not before making quite the career-long fashion statement: He wore the same cheesy outfit in his yearbook photo every year for 40 years.

It started off purely by accident.

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Inside Mark Cuban's Dallas Mansion

Inside Mark Cuban's Dallas Mansion

Originally posted 04/10/2013 02:30PM

More than a deal or two has been made in here.

Businessman Mark Cuban – worth an estimated $2.5 billion – prefers his home office with a basic desk and work chair to a huge conference room with lavish furnishings.

"That's not really my style," Cuban tells PEOPLE. "I want to be comfortable."

Comfort is a multi-tasker's must-have, says Cuban, 54. Along with appearing on ABC's Shark Tank and investing in those start-ups, running his AXS.tv network, directing NBA'S Dallas Mavericks as owner and juggling other investment opportunities, Cuban is also an involved dad to kids Alexis, 9, Alyssa, 6, and Jake, 3 with wife Tiffany, 40.

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Dallas Star Larry Hagman Dies

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UpdatePosted 11/24/2012 06:00AM

Larry Hagman Dies

Originally posted 11/24/2012 12:00AM

Larry Hagman, a larger-than-life TV personality best known for his role as J.R. Ewing on the primetime soap Dallas, died Friday of complications from throat cancer.

The star, who was the son of Broadway legend Mary Martin (South Pacific, Peter Pan) and Texas attorney Benjamin Hagman, was 81. He is survived by his wife of nearly 58 years, Maj Hagman, their two children and their grandchildren.

"When he passed, he was surrounded by loved ones," his family said in a statement to the Dallas Morning News. "It was a peaceful passing, just as he had wished for. The family requests privacy at this time."

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