(Worcester) -- Dr. Rick Sacra says he will concentrate on his recovery and decide later whether to return to Liberia. The doctor who contracted Ebola while helping patients in West Africa has been given the all-clear and released from Nebraska Medical Centers bio-containment unit. Sacra was treated at the Omaha facility for three weeks. He says he is very weak, but is looking forward to walking his dog. Hes also looking forward to a return to his home in Worcester, Massachusetts. Sacra was working with a missionary group at a hospital in Liberia when he became sick.
(Washington) -- A study conducted by a Washington, D-C-based non profit research group suggests almost 20-percent of the rural bridges in Nebraska are structurally deficient. Nebraska has 15-thousand-500 bridges. Only six states had a greater percentage of their rural bridges determined to be unsafe...
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