Dallas Fire-Rescue restricts ambulance call information on ‘live incidents’ website Ambulance chasers and reporters may have a harder time chasing after Dallas Fire-Rescue. As the sweet and cuddly “Barking Dog” first pointed out yesterday, DFR has removed details of certain calls on its “live incidents” web page. The page appears ... 08/2/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
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*A timeline of Dr. Craig Spencer’s whereabouts based on interviews with the Health Department’s “disease detectives.”*OCT. 14:Spencer departed Guinea on a flight to Brussels after nearly a month treating Ebola patients.
Matthew Johnfroe, 5, sat in the living room floor with a blue marker scribbling away at a piece of paper. He drew two curlicues meant to be wheels, a box with the number 16 on it, and a figure with a circle for a torso and squares for arms and legs walking out of the box.
The Buffalo Regional Tournament continues today, Saturday, Oct. 25, with pairs and team games at 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the Events Center at the Hamburg Fairgrounds. It concludes with Read More