After a downturn in 2015, a rare disease affecting the nervous system is on the rise again. The CDC says 89 cases of acute flaccid myelitis has been confirmed this year in 33-states, including Texas. Five of those were in Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties.
Five stories that have North Texas talking: Ag Commissioner Sid Miller is a standout disseminator of “fake news”; what’s next for the Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund; Fort Worth symphony management and musicians reach an agreement; and more.
- Join KERA and @DallasMuseumArt on April 28 for Arts & Letters Live: An Evening With #DavidSedaris! Tickets here:… https://t.co/zgdr1KEy72, 17 hours ago
- "A Place to Call Home" will return to public television with season 4 in early 2017! https://t.co/joGJRKPkJG… https://t.co/lnn1c0iXNq, 23 hours ago
- On @kerathink, @NEAJaneChu discussed her work with @NEAarts and the future of the organization:… https://t.co/XQM78M6NrP, Dec 3
- “What I’ve learned is no matter what happens, you can get through it.” https://t.co/oCbqhqap1Y #onecrisisaway, Dec 3