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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

5 schools in 2 states closed over Ebola fears

5 schools in 2 states closed over Ebola fears

Three schools in Texas and two schools in Ohio are closed because some students were on board a plane with Amber Vinson, the second Dallas nurse with the deadly Ebola virus. 

Watch: We are in the 'worrisome window'

 A Frontier Airlines plane lands at Cleveland Hopkins Airport on October 15, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio. Recently diagnosed Ebola patient, health care worker Amber Vinson, traveled on Frontier Airlines from Dallas to Cleveland with a low fever on October 10, and returned to Dallas on October 13. The aircraft has since been decontaminated and put back in service. Nurse Amber Vinson joins Nina Pham as health workers who have contracted the Ebola virus at Texas Heath Presbyterian Hospital.

Daily speed feed: Thursday, October 16, 2014

Today's must-see, must-share stories as seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

School closures due to Ebola patient's flight (CNN)
- Some schools in Texas and Ohio impacted

Obama 'tombstone' causing uproar

Obama 'tombstone' causing uproar

A woman in Oklahoma couldn't believe President Obama’s name was written on a fake tombstone, as part of her neighbor's Halloween display.

Jamila Philips says the tombstone just goes too far, and calls it disrespectful.

CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen reporting live from Dallas where a 2nd healthcare worker has tested positive for Ebola

Dallas Ebola risk: We’re in the 'worrisome window'

Another health care worker in Dallas has tested positive for Ebola.

We don’t know who the person is, only that they were part of the team that treated Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of the disease last week.

House built on wrong lot!

Right house, wrong lot!

A couple couldn't wait to move into their brand-new beach house. However, there's one problem. It was built on the wrong lot!

HLN's Robin Meade reports.

New work perk: Freezing your eggs?!?

New work perk: Freezing your eggs?!?

Two tech giants are telling female employees they’ll pay to freeze their eggs, but some critics are blasting them for putting work and profits ahead of motherhood and families.

What do you think? Sound off on Facebook or in the comments below.

The Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, where health care worker Nina Pham, is being treated for the Ebola virus is seen on October 14, 2014 in Dallas, Texas.

2nd nurse with Ebola flew day before diagnosis

The second nurse at Texas Presbyterian Hospital who contracted Ebola flew the day before she had symptoms, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday.

CNN confirms the Ebola-infected nurse is 29-year-old Amber Vinson. Officials say Vinson came down with a high fever and was immediately placed in isolation. Offiicals also said Vinson was on Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 from Cleveland to Dallas on October 13. The CDC is wanting to talk to 132 passengers who flew on the flight with Vinson.

Daily speed feed: Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Daily speed feed: Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Today's must-see, must-share stories as seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

Breaking: Another U.S. healthcare worker diagnosed with Ebola
- Same hospital where Dallas nurse is currently being treated

Rocky Top Tailgating

TUMS Ultimate Tailgate: Good Ole' Rocky Top!

"The Bacon Weave will change your life!" says Dusty Johnson of Big Orange Tailgating. We're not sure if it will change your life, but it will definitely take your tailgate to the next level. TUMS Ultimate Tailgate hits the sights, boats and all the bacon covered meat that the University of Tennessee's tailgate can offer.

Post a pic of your tailgate, or game day party on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #TUMSTailgateSweeps and you could be one of our weekly winners!

The Teal Pumpkin Project aims to tell parents of kids with allergies when a house is giving out non-food items to Trick or Treaters on Halloween.

Teal appeals to trick-or-treaters with allergies

An allergy group wants to make Halloween a little safer for kids with allergies.

It's called the Teal Pumpkin Project. If your house is giving out non-food treats, like stickers or crayons, you put a teal-colored pumpkin at the door to let parents know.

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