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LISTEN: 911 call for now-deceased Ebola patient

The city of Dallas has released the 911 audio call placed for now-deceased Ebola patient Thomas Duncan. You can listen to the audio recorded on September 28, 2014, in the video player above.

Shreveport baby survives 3 days trapped under Dad's body

We're following an incredible story out of Shreveport, where an infant apparently survived up to three days trapped beneath the body of her father.

UPDATE: I-10 West now open on Atchafalaya Basin Bridge

(12:44 p.m.): All lanes are now open on I-10 West at Mile Marker 131.5, on the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge. It was closed earlier due to a vehicle fire.

LA landfill tells Texas officials it will not accept Ebola victim's belongings

Chemical Waste Management, the company that owns a landfill near Lake Charles, has told Texas officials it will no longer be accepting the Ebola victim's remains. The issued the following statement:

Darrow Assistant Fire Chief arrested for improper use of fuel card

On September 22, 2014 Peter Robblin chief of the Darrow 5th ward volunteer Fire Department report to Gonzales Investigators that he had conducted and internal audit and discovered questionable fuel purchase which had been made by his Assistant

Report shows it pays to be a dad: fathers earn 40% more than men without children

Being a dad might entail dirty diapers, but it also tends to come with big bucks.

Attorney General trying to block Ebola waste from being dumped in LA

Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is seeking a temporary restraining order to block the disposal of incinerated waste from the Dallas Ebola victim’s personal items and belongings at a Louisiana landfill.

American nurse with protective gear gets Ebola; how could this happen?

The nurse in Texas seemed to have taken all the precautions needed to protect herself from Ebola.

Ferguson protests: Weekend of protests, day of action

A weekend of protests is expected to culminate in a day of action in Ferguson on Monday.

Judge overturns Alaska's same-sex marriage ban that dates to 1998

In 1998, Alaska became the first of two states to pass a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. On Sunday, a federal judge overturned the 16-year ban, saying the Constitution guarantees equal protection to all.