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Iraqi forces have begun an attack to retake the city of city of Tikrit from ISIS. Tikrit was captured by the Islamist terrorist group last summer.
Vision drug offers new hope to diabetic patients–The FDA has approved a new drug treatment that could mean greater vision improvement for folks with diabetes. 29 million Americans suffer from Diabetes, and six million of them have vision related problems, often leading to blindness. The injection procedure takes minutes and the time release drug can work for up to 36 months.
Grief counselors will be on hand at Elgin High School as they mourn the loss of two students. Ashley Farrell and Garret Sumner both lost their lives in a rollover crash on 290. Neither was wearing a seat belt.
Nina Phan, the nurse who contracted Ebola while working at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas is suing the organization that owns the hospital saying they were not adequately trained or provided with proper protective gear. She is seeking damages for physical pain and mental anguish.
Starting yesterday, Texas changed the way vehicles are inspected and registered. It sounds simple: ‘Two Steps, One Sticker.’ Drivers aren’t finding it that simple. After passing an inspection, drivers will get an inspection report. They’ll take it with them to get a registration sticker at the Travis County Tax Office.