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Ferguson teachers inspire while school is postponed
Chaotic protests in Ferguson, Missouri, postponed the start of school for local children, but educators are still trying to do something positive for students.
Four districts had to delay the start of school, so instead of just sitting back, teachers have been volunteering.
Photos on Twitter show hundreds of educators cleaning up debris left on sidewalks and streets from days of protests.
In addition, teachers have also held classes at local public libraries helping students with reading, science, art and math.
Ebola patients in ATL to be released
The only two confirmed U.S. Ebola patients were expected to be discharged soon, Emory University Hospital stated Thursday.
Emory University Hospital will make an announcement at a news conference later Thursday about the status of Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, who were being treated at the hospital in a special isolation unit. Both patients received a experimental drug on their way to recovery.
Brantly was expected to deliver a statement at the news conference on Thursday, as of a schedule released early Thursday morning. No exact time has been given for Writebol's discharge.
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