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    Texas Employs Aerial Spraying to Combat West Nile Virus Emergency

    Aug 16, 2012 10:02 PM EDT

    A current epidemic of West Nile virus has claimed the lives of 26 people in the U.S., 10 in Texas alone. In Dallas and the surrounding county, authorities have declared a state of emergency. Jeffrey Brown talks to Baylor College of Medicine's Dr. Kristi Murray about the outbreak ...

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    Bracket-Busting Cinderella Teams Enter 'Unprecedented' March Madness Final Four

    Mar 29, 2011 12:32 AM EDT

    ... not belong here. And I think that the team could use that as motivation, but only for so long, because after a while, when you start beating some pretty big teams, like Georgetown, like Purdue, you're going to start to get a little bit of a big head. And ...

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    Pregnant Women, Children Top H1N1 Vaccination Priority List

    Jul 29, 2009 09:17 PM EDT

    ... ever. The group also said school-age children remain most affected by the virus.U.S. human trials for swine flu vaccinations are slated to start within weeks -- last week the National Institutes of Health announced the sites for the trials and called for several thousand volunteers.Saint Louis University ...

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    After the Deluge: Flooding in Houston

    Jun 14, 2001 04:00 AM EDT

    ... of our ten-year marriage, and it's gone. Furniture, kid's furniture, everything, everything, clothes, shoes, just everything. BETTY ANN BOWSER: Where do you start to rebuild? EVAN POWERS: That's a good question. That's a good question. I have... Really, I have no idea. BETTY ANN BOWSER ...