NYC doctor tests positive for Ebola

A New York City doctor suspected of having Ebola has tested positive. Read more »

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Gov. Rick Snyder discusses possible Ebola outbreak in Michigan

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder sat down with state health officials Wednesday to discuss how prepared the state would be if Michigan were to see a case of Ebola. Read More »

CDC: Travelers from West Africa to receive self-monitoring kits

The Centers for Disease Control announced Wednesday that all people returning to the United States from Western Africa will undergo 21 days of monitoring. Read More »

Senator Joe Donnelly speaks out about Ebola

Senator Joe Donnelly commented on the Ebola situation. Read More »

RECALL: Whole Foods recalling 28,000 pounds of raw lamb

Whole Foods is recalling 28,000 pounds of raw lamb for improper inspections. Read More »

43 people are off Ebola watch list in US, over 200 still on the list

A milestone was hit for dozens of people that came into contact with Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan before he was hospitalized are being monitored for possible Ebola symptoms. The 43 people, including eight students, were taken off the watch list Monday. Read More »

CDC Director: "We know how to control Ebola"

A house panel convened in the middle of a congressional recess to hear testimony about the government’s response to Ebola. Read More »

Head of Dallas Health Presbyterian Hospital: "We made mistakes"

The first nurse to contract Ebola in the United States, Nina Pham, is being transported to the National Institute of Health in Maryland. Read More »

Parents on alert for marijuana laced Halloween candy

Halloween is quickly approaching, and the dangers of mysterious candies in children’s trick-or-treat bags are still at a high risk, especially in Denver where marijuana is legal. Read More »

Local students researching how Ebola spreads

Ph.D. students at Indiana University School of Medicine in South Bend at Notre Dame are researching the Ebola Virus in the wake of the outbreak. Read More »

CDC: U.S. health worker with Ebola shouldn't have flown

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. Read More »

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