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Liberian Government Identifies Dallas Ebola Patient

HOUSTON, Texas -- Liberian government officials have identified the patient who brought the Ebola virus to the United States as Thomas Eric Duncan. Duncan lives in Monrovia and is said to be in his mid-forties. Duncan is the first person to bring an undiagnosed case of Ebola to the United States. Oct 1, 2014 2:18 PM PT

Dallas County Health Services: No 2nd Confirmed Ebola Case in Dallas

HOUSTON, Texas -- The Dallas County Health and Human Services Department (DCHHS) in Dallas County said on Wednesday there is no second confirmed case of Ebola in Dallas County. The department reported they are talking to every person who has come in contact with the first patient and so far, there are no other cases of Ebola infection. Oct 1, 2014 11:57 AM PT

Dallas Ambulance Crew Quarantined for Ebola Precaution

HOUSTON, Texas -- The ambulance crew that transported America’s first Ebola patient to the hospital has been placed in quarantine as a precaution. The quarantine is a precaution to make certain no one else is exposed in the event the crew became infected during transportation of the patient. The city of Dallas said the crew took all safety precautions during the transport process. Oct 1, 2014 10:23 AM PT

Tom DeLay Found Not Guilty by State’s Highest Court

HOUSTON, Texas -- Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay was found not guilty today by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. This is the highest appellate court in Texas for criminal cases and thus brings DeLay’s political persecution to an end. Oct 1, 2014 10:20 AM PT

Congressman Burgess on Dallas Ebola Case: ‘All Hands on Deck’

HOUSTON, Texas -- Congressman Michael Burgess, M.D. (R-TX) responded to today’s discovery of an active Ebola case in Dallas said, “This is a grave situation that requires all hands on deck.” The patient left Liberia, Africa and arrived in the United States on September 20th and was not admitted to a hospital until September 28th. This was four days after he began displaying symptoms of the mostly deadly disease. Oct 1, 2014 5:21 AM PT

Texas Governor’s Debate: Davis Dodges Questions With Unfounded Attacks

HOUSTON, Texas -- Once again, Texas Senator Wendy Davis used the Texas gubernatorial debates not to advance her own agenda, but to dodge questions and continue unfounded and disproven attacks on Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott. Davis continued to ignore the moderator when her time had concluded on numerous questions and refused to give specific answers to questions from the panelists. Oct 1, 2014 5:20 AM PT

Fate, Chance and an Armed Good Guy Saved Lives in Oklahoma Beheading Case

HOUSTON, Texas -- Perhaps it was fate that when Alton Nolen went on his beheading rampage at his workplace, the company owner was a reserve sheriff’s deputy with a firearm close at hand. But other coincidences came together to make certain Nolen would not have been able to continue his assaults for very long. Sep 29, 2014 12:08 PM PT

Kidnapping and Extortion Bring Massive Revenue to US Border Gangs

HOUSTON, Texas -- Gangs operating in Falfurrias, Texas have allegedly been the recipient of “a massive amount” of inbound wire transfers. The transfers are believed to be extortion payments to local gang members who allegedly kidnap illegal immigrants who are found hiking through the ranches of Brooks County to avoid the Falfurrias Border Patrol checkpoint. The immigrants are then held hostage until money is wired into the gang members – usually around one to three thousand dollars. Sep 29, 2014 9:15 AM PT

Beheading Suspect is Paranoid Loner, Says Neighbor

Moore, Oklahoma—A neighbor of beheading suspect Alton Nolan said the suspect is a paranoid loner. The neighbor claimed to have frequently observed Nolan driving around the streets next to the apartment complex waiting for no one to be in the parking lot before he would enter the complex and park. He said he only saw Nolan with another person one time and he would not talk to neighbors. Sep 27, 2014 8:38 PM PT

FBI Seizes Beheading Suspect’s Vehicle

MOORE, Oklahoma -- The FBI has impounded the vehicle driven in the Vaughan Food Processing beheading murder. The vehicle driven alleged beheading suspect Alton Nolan was seized by investigators from the FBI shortly after the alleged murder and assault took place. Nolan had driven the Yukon from the building at the back of the campus to the front office building where he entered the front door and promptly beheaded the receptionist. Sep 27, 2014 1:01 PM PT

Congressman Poe Visits Immigrant Overrun Brooks County

HOUSTON, Texas -- Congressman Ted Poe paid a visit to the Brooks County Sheriff’s Office and Ranchers in Falfurrias today as part of his Texas border fact-finding tour. While Brooks County is a non-border county located more than 80 miles from the Texas-Mexico border, more than 34,000 illegal immigrants have been captured in the county and the remains of fifty-three immigrants have been found. Sep 26, 2014 10:06 AM PT

Mexican Energy Production Reforms Endangered by Cartel Thefts of Oil

HOUSTON, Texas -- Drug cartels in Northeast Mexico are responsible for the theft of millions of dollars worth of Mexican oil. This announcement comes as Mexico is opening its oil and gas production markets to foreign investment. Mexico’s ability to get the drug cartels under control may become a big factor in determining the success or failure of this year’s economic reforms in Mexico. Sep 26, 2014 5:26 AM PT

Perry Insinuates Presidential Run at Energy Summit

HOUSTON, Texas -- Texas Governor Rick Perry sounded very much like a presidential candidate during a speech before a group of energy and political supporters Thursday night in Houston. Perry told the audience America needs a President with vision to lead us to energy independence. He went on to say America should free European allies from the shackles of dependency on Russian energy exports. Sep 26, 2014 5:25 AM PT

National Guard Saves Life of Man on Texas-Mexico Border

HOUSTON -- The Texas National Guard (TNG) saved the life of a man on the Texas-Mexico border who was accidentally injured while working along the river. The victim had severely cut his arm while working to clear brush along the river to aid in detection of illegal border crossings. Sep 24, 2014 10:50 AM PT

Gov. Perry to Deliver Keynote for Energy and Climate Policy Summit in Houston

HOUSTON, Texas -- Texas Governor Rick Perry will deliver the keynote speech for the Energy and Climate Policy Summit being held Thursday and Friday in Houston. The "At the Crossroads" summit is a unique gathering of experts in the area of energy production and climate change. The purpose of the event it so demonstrate the technological advances that have maximized energy production while greatly reducing negative impacts on the environment. The event is being co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation and the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Sep 23, 2014 9:15 AM PT

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