Us Gov’t Had Role In Ebola Drug Given Aid Workers – Yahoo News

49ers find plenty of Levi’s Stadium issues to work out before NFL action starts – San Jose Mercury News

Hours before the game, traffic is coned off on Tasman as the San Jose Earthquakes take on the Seattle Sounders FC for the first sporting event at

Writebol received two doses of the experimental treatment while in Liberia. Johnson was hesitant to credit the treatment for her improvement. View gallery Jeremy Writebol holds a photograph of his mother and father before an interview with a reporter in W “Ebola is a tricky virus and one day you can be up and the next day down. One day is not indicative of the outcome,” he said. But “we’re grateful this medicine was available.” Brantly, 33, who works for the international relief group Samaritan’s Purse, also was said to be improving. http://news.yahoo.com/us-govt-had-role-ebola-drug-given-aid-223222344.html

Ruben Gonzalez, 61, of San Jose, had been waiting in line with his wife after the game for more than an hour when he took a call from his son, who drove to the game and said he was home in Santa Clara already and wanted to know if he should come back and get them. He wound up taking the train. “Never again,” Gonzalez said of VTA. “It was supposed to be traffic jam that kept people from getting home.” Others were so frustrated by the train lines they gave up: Chuck Konrad said he wound up taking an Uber back to Willow Glen in San Jose after walking a ways to a pick-up point. Another woman said she just walked a few miles to her car at a VTA lot — and got there before some riders. http://www.mercurynews.com/sports/ci_26269137?source=inthenews

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