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The quarantine ends for those exposed to Ebola in Texas. The last person being monitored in connection with the three diagnosed Ebola cases in Texas will be cleared from monitoring Friday after reaching the end of the 21-day maximum incubation period.
Hackers used a vendor’s stolen log-on credentials to get in Home Depot’s computer network and install custom-built malware that stole customer payment-card data and e-mail addresses, Home Depot announced yesterday. They are in the process of contacting anyone affected.
THANKSGIVING TRAVEL–More of us will fly this Thanksgiving than last year, and airlines are hoping there’s enough room to meet the demand.
Last year, from January to August, the Texas Wildlife Service says they received 15 calls about coyote sightings at Blunn Creek Park in Travis Heights. This year that number is even higher. The Austin City Council is meeting to try and come up with a solution.