It was business as usual at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

Patients and visitors at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas say they are concerned but not panicking about the Ebola case there.

Fear of Ebola can spread despite facts

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

Experts say health officials walk a narrow line between alerting the public and playing into overblown fear.

Wary of Ebola, Dallas parents pull kids from school

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

Gov. Rick Perry visits Dallas in response to the Ebola case and says the healthcare system is working as it should.

EMS crew exposed to Ebola victim tests negative

|Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

Three members of the ambulance crew that transported a man diagnosed with Ebola to a Dallas hospital have tested negative for the virus and are restricted to their homes as health officials monitor their conditions.

Dallas mayor: city cooperating with CDC on Ebola

|Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings has activated a city emergency management center after a patient was confirmed with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S.

Film in Dallas to benefit anti-trafficking organization

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

Proceeds from the premiere of 8 Days in Dallas will benefit Traffick911, a North Texas anti-human-trafficking organization that operates a shelter

Officials say only one Ebola case confirmed

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

State, federal and local officials assured the public that the Ebola victim was not contagious on a flight from West Africa on Sept. 19-20.

Dallas hospital monitoring patient for Ebola

|Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014

A patient in a Dallas hospital is showing signs of the Ebola virus and is being kept in strict isolation with test results pending, hospital officials said Monday.

State Fair pays even more attention to Texas this year

| |Thursday, Sep. 25, 2014

The annual event begins Friday and continues through Oct. 19 at Fair Park in Dallas.

Highland Park school district temporarily removes 7 books

|Monday, Sep. 22, 2014

The Highland Park school district temporarily removed seven books from its approved book list for high school students after parents complained at a school board meeting about sex scenes and references to rape, abuse and abortion.