Bedford driver, Plano manager killed in Erath County crash

| |Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

A senior street department manager with the city of Dallas and a restaurant manager from Plano were killed early Sunday in a wreck on U.S. 377 in Erath County, a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper says.

Reward for woman missing from Plano garage now $25,000

| |Monday, Oct. 20, 2014

The reward for a missing Fort Worth woman last seen in a Plano parking garage has increased by $15,000, thanks to another anonymous donation, Plano police said Monday.

Bentley the dog being tested for Ebola

| |Monday, Oct. 20, 2014

Bentley, the dog owned by Ebola patient Nina Pham, is being tested for the virus this week, local officials said.

Latest Ebola contact numbers released

| |Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

Updated numbers show 60 people removed from list of potential Ebola contacts as of Tuesday at noon.

Sam Wyly, facing huge judgment, files for bankruptcy

| |Monday, Oct. 20, 2014

The Dallas entrepreneur, known for building Michaels Stores and supporting Republican causes, was ordered to forfeit $187.7 million, plus interest, for using offshore trusts to hide gains from stock trades.

Catholic center in Dallas took in Ebola contacts

| |Monday, Oct. 20, 2014

The girlfriend of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, Louise Troh, her son and two nephews will stay at the Catholic Conference Center in Dallas for now.

Church concerned about Ebola stigma for Dallas contacts

| |Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014

Sociologist on Ebola worries sweeping nation: “It’s not a science-based fear.”

14 people cleared from 21-day Ebola watch list

| |Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

More people are expected to end their surveillance in what Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins calls a “critical weekend.”

Quarantine periods ending for some of Ebola ‘contacts’

| |Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

Nurse Nina Pham is in fair condition after being transferred from Dallas to a hospital in Maryland.

The Ebola effect is felt across DFW

| |Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

From churches to football stadiums, North Texans are concerned about the lethal virus.