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Ebola

This information was provided by a source I have no idea how accurate or not it is but I know the same source has been right about some other areas of information. 309 more words

Getting past the lies about Ebola

Originally published on September 13, 2014 – Examiner.com

Today it is reported that the US State Department just ordered 160,000 Ebola Hazmat Suits. Lakeland Industries, the company that makes them says these Hazmat Suits are equipped to handle airborne Ebola. 924 more words

Government

Doctor Developing Ebola Test That Would Detect Virus In Minutes

NEW ORLEANS (CBS Houston) – Finding out if a traveler from West Africa has the Ebola virus might get a lot easier, says a doctor with Tulane University. 296 more words

News

It's Time to Pay Attention to the Issues Facing Louisiana's Coast


It’s a fact the people of Louisiana have long lived with. We are losing our wetlands, our coast, and our land. The rate is astronomical, and so is the cost. 438 more words

NEWS

Scarecrow Monday.

Pooches, it was an early excursion today because of an approaching cold front and the accompanying storms and heavy rain.  My manservant suggested that we visit downtown because they were setting up for the annual Scarecrow Festival.  186 more words

AnnieLaurie Erickson: Data Shadows at Carroll Gallery

 Published September 30, 2014
Daily Serving Review

Photographer AnnieLaurie Erickson has spent a lot of time lately being watched by law enforcement. In her recent trip this year to Oklahoma, she stood on public property, taking photographs while security guards, local officers, and state police looked on. 582 more words

Criticism

Good sounds

I’ve spent much of today scouring the Internet for different multimedia stories to give me inspiration and ideas. Like I mentioned in my previous post, sound is such a key element in conveying a story. 111 more words