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  • Shooting Reported at High School in Washington State

    Shooting Reported at High School in Washington State

    (MARYSVILLE, Wash.) — Authorities are responding to reports of shots fired Friday morning at Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington. KOMO reports that three people were injured and two were airlifted to hospitals. The high school is being evacuated. The school reportedly has about 2,700 students. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • Ebola-Free Nurse Nina Pham Visits President Obama

    Ebola-Free Nurse Nina Pham Visits President Obama

    (BETHESDA, Md.) — Before returning to her “normal life” in Texas, newly Ebola-free Dallas nurse Nina Pham got a hug from President Obama in the Oval Office. Hours earlier, Pham had walked out of the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, where she has been in isolation since Oct. 16, to a round of applause. She thanked everyone who cared for her since her Oct. 11 Ebola diagnosis, and said she would finally go home to her dog, Bentley. “I feel fortunate and blessed to be standing here today,” she told reporters, adding that she hopes to return to her… Read more

  • Donations Pour in to Buy Eric Frein Lookalike a Car

    Donations Pour in to Buy Eric Frein Lookalike a Car

    (CANADENSIS, Pa.) — Thousands of dollars have been raised for a Pennsylvania man who said he’s continually accosted by cops as he walks to work through the woods where police are searching for suspected cop killer Eric Frein. Supporters who heard about James Tully’s plight raised nearly $14,000 online to buy him a car. Tully said he walks five miles from his home in Canadensis to his job at a metal manufacturing factory, and his path crosses right through the manhunt area in the Pocono Mountains. He told ABC News affiliate WNEP that he’s been stopped by police at least… Read more

  • Nurse Who Contracted Ebola Virus-Free, NIH Says

    Nurse Who Contracted Ebola Virus-Free, NIH Says

    (BETHESDA, Md.) — After weeks in isolation, Dallas nurse Nina Pham has been declared Ebola-free, according to the National Institutes of Health. Pham, 26, contracted Ebola from Liberian national Thomas Duncan, who flew to the United States in September and was diagnosed with Ebola at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Pham, a nurse there, cared for Duncan when he was especially contagious. He died on Oct. 8, and she tested positive for the deadly virus on Oct. 11. It was the first Ebola transmission on American soil. Pham’s colleague, nurse Amber Vinson, 29, tested positive for the virus on… Read more

  • Reba Explains How Little Big Town's New Album, "Pain Killer," Is Inspiring Her to Take Chances

    Reba Explains How Little Big Town's New Album, "Pain Killer," Is Inspiring Her to Take Chances

    Reba is working with two of her closest friends, Tony Brown and James Stroud, to produce her upcoming studio album, but a new release from one of country’s hottest acts has her thinking it’s time to rock the boat and work with totally different people on future projects. Reba says, “I did hear the new Little Big Town album. Yes.  So, yeah, now I’m considering it, yeah. I would love to kinda see what somebody else could do with me.” Little Big Town’s just-released album, Pain Killer, really pushes the envelope when it comes to loud guitars and gritty song… Read more

  • Retracing the Steps of Craig Spencer, Doctor Who Tested Positive for Ebola

    Retracing the Steps of Craig Spencer, Doctor Who Tested Positive for Ebola

    (NEW YORK) — Officials are retracing the steps of a doctor who tested positive for Ebola on Thursday, with the doctor in isolation at a New York City hospital and three others under quarantine, city and state officials said. Dr. Craig Allen Spencer, 33, was placed in isolation at Bellevue Hospital on Thursday after reporting a 100.3 fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. He had been treating Ebola patients in Guinea — one of the West African countries battling an outbreak of the deadly virus — for Doctors Without Borders, officials said. Spencer left Guinea on Oct. 14 and traveled through Brussels,… Read more

  • Red Hot Lava Flow Edging Toward Hawaiian Town

    Red Hot Lava Flow Edging Toward Hawaiian Town

    (PAHOA, Hawaii) — A lava flow threatening homes and a town on the Big Island of Hawaii has gained speed in recent days, advancing more than five football fields in just the last 48 hours. Hawaii civil defense authorities and scientists are closely monitoring the lava’s progress, which is steadily encroaching on the small town of Pahoa and several Big Island subdivisions. The flow is now less than a mile from Pahoa, Civil Defense Administrator Darryl Oliveira said Thursday. Oliveira said changes in topography may help slow or change the path of the red-hot lava flow, which emerged from the… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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