West African Immigrants Who Sought US Refuge From Ebola Fear Losing Legal StatusThousands of West African immigrants sought refuge in the Philadelphia area when the Ebola virus ravaged their home countries. Now that the crisis is over, many could lose the right to stay in the United States.
Simpsons Executive Producer: No Plan To End Show In SightAl Jean, Executive Producer of The Simpsons, says he does not expect the show to end any time soon.
New Jersey Wants Lawsuit From Ebola-Quarantined Nurse TossedState lawyers said in the response to Kaci Hickox's federal civil rights lawsuit that health workers acted with the public's safety in mind when they had her quarantined.
Zeoli Show Log 10.29.15Rich discussed the Republican debate, Ted Cruz's rant about the media, women getting surgery to look good in yoga pants and live tweets ruining live television. He also discussed Chris Christie's fantasy football comment, Susquehanna changing mascots and The View attacks Carly Fiorina. Rich spoke with Dr. Mazz during a special debate edition of Ask The Doctor.
Nurse Saying She Was Unlawfully Detained Over Ebola Scare Suing ChristieGovernor Chris Christie and members of his administration ordered her to be quarantined once she returned to the US.
South Jersey Woman Hospitalized After Trip To West Africa; Does Not Have EbolaBottom line: there is no risk to the public. "Malaria presents with flu like symptoms," Funaro continued. " The woman was symptomatic with a fever only, did not have any other symptoms, and it is not spread person to person."
She Spent 10 Weeks In Liberia Fighting Ebola; A Philadelphia Doctor Shares Her Story Back HomeDr. Patricia Henwood spent a total of 10 weeks in Liberia. First in Bong County, an epicenter of the outbreak for five weeks beginning in October, and then another five weeks beginning in January as the epidemic slowed.
Worker's Comp Protects Employees - And EmployerEmployees and employers are governed by workers compensation law which is a no fault system.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Hosts Ebola Education WorkshopCHOP is one of several pediatric hospitals in the United States designated to provide medical care to someone who possibly contracts the Ebola virus.
2 Hospitals Become First In Pa. Outside Of Philadelphia To Be Designated Ebola Treatment CentersThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services last month included the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia among an initial group of 35 designated hospitals across the country.
Top Ten Stories Of 2014The disappearance of a plane carrying hundreds, the fall of an iconic comedian, and the rise of a brutal terror group are just some of the biggest news stories of the year. Here are CBS Local's top ten news stories of 2014.
Del. Senator Travels To Liberia To See American Response To Ebola OutbreakDelaware US Senator Chris Coons is on a fact finding trip to Liberia to see how worldwide response to the Ebola outbreak in that country is working out.