A growing chorus of lawmakers is calling on President Obama to impose travel restrictions on passengers coming to the U.S. from West African countries stricken by Ebola.
A Dallas health care worker found today to be infected with Ebola was transferred to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta after she became the second person to contract the disease while working in the Dallas facility.
The second nurse who has been diagnosed with Ebola told the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention she had a slightly elevated temperature prior to flying to Dallas from Cleveland, Ohio, but wasn't "told she couldn't fly" since she didn't meet the threshold for a fever, a CDC official told ABC News.
A lot of kids grow excited as the holiday season approaches.
After two nurses in Dallas contracted Ebola while working with Thomas Eric Duncan, local hospitals are re-evaluating their procedures to make sure that all staff members are safe.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
The Dow Jones Industrial plummeted on Wednesday, dropping more than 400 points before slightly recovering by the end of the trading day. Financial experts say the threat of Ebola, especially on the travel sector, can be partially to blame.
A new campaign allows kids who live with allergies to trick-or-treat with less worry about life-threatening allergic reactions.
Senior victims of financial abuse report losing big money to scammers, caregivers and even their family members.
The shelter set an all time record of 32 adoptions in July but in September there were only 12 adoptions.
A junior at Harvard University who is an undocumented immigrant has been granted a visa to return to the United States after he was stranded in Mexico while trying to save his mother with an experimental cancer treatment.
An Oklahoma man doesn't think he'll remove a mock-bloody gravestone for President Obama from his Halloween lawn exhibit despite an offended neighbor and online anger.
A second health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for Thomas Eric Duncan has tested positive for Ebola, the Texas Department of State Health Services announced.
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Eric Hale is a really good big brother. His brother, Quinn Hale, would probably agree, since Eric won $1 million in the Oregon Lottery and split the prize with him, just like he promised he would when they were children.
Convicted paralympian Oscar Pistorius has been making financial payments to the family of Reeva Steenkamp, the girlfriend he killed last Valentine's Day, since shortly after the fatal shooting and he intends to set up a trust fund for the family once the sentencing is over, according to testimony at his sentencing trial today.
Another day of above average temperatures and sunshine before slightly cooler weather settles in for the weekend. KAMC's Kristen Currie has a look at the numbers and a check on our 7Day forecast.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked key parts of a 2013 law in Texas that had closed all but eight facilities providing abortions in America's second most-populous state.
James M. Malbone's secrets remained hidden for more than 150 years.
The nation's top health official said today he regrets not sending a larger team of experts to Texas when the first case of Ebola was diagnosed, a move he said may have prevented a Dallas nurse from getting infected.
KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
Ron Roberts introduces us to this month's Mrs. Baird's Teachers on the Rise winners.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Alice Kerr's daughter Barbara Hinojosa was found stabbed to death on October 11, 1991. The case remains cold, but detectives are convinced one local man holds the key to cracking the case.
Her parents originally said no, but 6-year-old Skyler Stephenson knew she wanted to play football. Now, as the only girl on her team she's proving that she can keep up with the guys -- sometimes even showing them up!
For $9.99 a month, some consumers were sent unsolicited text messages, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Cosmetology students from Lubbock High School gave away free haircuts and manicures to residents of the Salvation Army.
Facebook’s emoji-like stickers, which have been a hit in private and group messages, can now be used in wall posts, comments and events.
KAMC's Allison Morrison and Kristen Currie weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics: major illnesses attributed to smoking, over-use injuries in young pitchers, and risks of living near a major roadway.
Lubbock Police on Tuesday afternoon said Angelica Maria Flournoy, 35, had been located.
Poison control workers say that as the e-cigarette industry has boomed, the number of children exposed to the liquid nicotine that gives hand-held vaporizing gadgets their kick also has spiked.
It's like a scene from a horror film.
US Airways has apologized after one of its flight attendants refused to hang a soldier’s uniform in the plane’s coat closet because he was not seated in first class.
A cold start to our Tuesday with most of us bottoming out in the 30s this morning, but a comfortable afternoon in the 70s can be expected later today. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more on this week's 7Day Forecast.
One person died at University Medical Center early Tuesday morning following a shooting.
A gourd weighing 2,058 pounds took first prize and set a new tournament record Monday at an annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California.
The parents of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham released a statement today on the one month anniversary of their daughter's disappearance.
A powerful storm system swept across the country from Texas to Alabama on Monday, killing at least two people and injuring several others, emergency officials said.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
KAMC's Jason Puckett brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Faculty at the School of Nursing at Lubbock Christian University say they're using the Ebola outbreak in Dallas as a unique opportunity to teach nursing students about response and procedures to handle highly-infectious diseases.
Family and friend posted pictures of 15 year old Trinity Jackson all over Facebook, Twitter and Instagram hoping someone would recognize the young girl. A store clerk in Plainview did, and called police to pick her up.
The Dallas nurse who was infected with Ebola while treating a Liberian man has been identified as Nina Pham.
As an upper level disturbance pushes away, winds will continue to crank out of the north-northwest with speeds exceeding +30mph Monday afternoon. KAMC's Kristen Currie shows us just how long will these strong winds stick around the South Plains.
Following a skin care routine is important, but we all know life can get busy. Sephora Makeup Specialist N.V. is here today to show us a skin care routine perfect for those constantly on the go.
A man who showed up at a Massachusetts hospital with Ebola-like symptoms and had recently been to Liberia "does not meet criteria to be considered someone at high risk" for the disease, health officials said tonight.
A dog belonging to a Texas health care worker who tested positive for Ebola will not be euthanized, unlike a recent decision in Spain, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings told USA Today.
Texans are celebrating the expiration of a fiendishly complicated piece of legislation known as the Wright Amendment and with good reason: Dallas now has cheaper flights.
It’s tough to keep up healthy eating habits while you’re managing life. Work, home, and family obligations often keep us from making nutrition a priority. Unfortunately, we may not even realize this until the numbers rise on our scale or our pants start feeling snug.
According to posts on social media, which appear to be backed up by public records, the Assistant Principal of Shallowater High School, Rian Freeman, 37, was arrested early Sunday morning for DWI. UPDATED for SISD statement