US Sen. Chris Coons Continues Trip to Ebola-Ravaged LiberiaSen. Coons, the first member of Congress to visit Liberia since the Ebola outbreak, says he wants to remind Americans that the US investment there is very much needed.
Some Philadelphia Area Universities Banning Or Canceling Trips To Ebola-affected CountriesTemple University, for example, has issued a directive to students, faculty, and staff that indefinitely bans school-sponsored travel to three West African nations.
Watchdogs Say Ebola Crisis Is Newest Hook For Online Fraud SchemesPanic is a scammer's best friend, says Mary Bach, chair of AARP Pennsylvania's Consumer Issues Task Force.
Ebola Nurse Forced Into Quarantine in N.J. Contemplates Civil Rights LawsuitKaci Hickox was allowed to return to her home in Maine today after being forced into quarantine in New Jersey after landing at Newark International Airport.
Philadelphia's West African Community Urging Donations And Attention To Ebola Crisis"We are walking to make a difference," says the Rev. Moses Dennis, president of the Liberian Ministers Association of the Delaware Valley.
In Bucks County, Congressional Candidates Square Off Over Broad Array of TopicsBoth incumbent congressman Mike Fitzpatrick and challenger Kevin Strouse believe significant resources should be sent to West Africa to help battle Ebola, but they differ on what we should be doing here at home.
First Responders in Camden County Get Updated Training About Ebola ThreatMore than 200 people showed up at Camden County College, where doctors from Cooper University Hospital dispensed the latest information -- which keeps changing.
In Montco, Pa. Lawmakers Shine Spotlight on Importance of Flu Vaccinations“It was my decision not to get him vaccinated, and as a mom I will always live with that,” said Diane McGowan (in yellow), whose son Martin died after contracting influenza.
Amid Ebola Fears, African Immigrants in Philadelphia Say They Are Being OverscrutinizedAs panic over Ebola spreads in some areas of this country, many African immigrants living in Philadelphia say public ignorance about the continent and the disease has led to misdirected Ebola stigma and discrimination.
Congressmembers Briefed About Philadelphia Area's Readiness For Ebola"Not only are they trained and are they well-prepared, every single health care institution represented in the room said that they can handle a patient who has this disease," noted US representative Chaka Fattah.
Temple University Acting Proactively To Fend Off an Ebola EventTemple University says its preparedness efforts began over the summer, before the start of the semester, when students coming from the Ebola-affected countries were contacted.
Health Care Workers, Meeting in Phila., Call For More Protections While Fighting EbolaThis year, dealing with the deadly and contagious disease of Ebola is on everyone's mind.
Nutter Says Philadelphia Is 'Geared Up' For Any Ebola Occurrence HereBut at the same time, Nutter cautioned residents about becoming alarmed.
Philly Soccer Show: Michael Lahoud, 'Kicking Ebola in the Butt'Union midfielder Michael Lahoud is this week's guest on the <em>KYW Philly Soccer Show.</em>