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Trending Now: Dog tests negative for Ebola; Parents track kids on Halloween

Bentley is treated by a hazmat suit caretaker while quarantined in Dallas. (cnn) Bentley is treated by a hazmat suit caretaker while quarantined in Dallas. (cnn)
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Dog tests negative for Ebola, will reunite with owner

Nina Pham, the Dallas nurse who recovered from Ebola, will have reunion with her dog on Saturday.

Bentley, a King Charles Cavalier spaniel, has been quarantined at an abandoned Navy Base in Dallas, where he receives visits three times daily from caretakers in hazmat suits.

Now that the pup has tested negative for Ebola three times, Pham is allowed to pick him up from quarantine. She was successfully treated and released from a Maryland hospital after contracting the virus as a nurse for patient Thomas Duncan.

One in 10 parents will use tracking app for trick-or-treating kids

Halloween is scary for parents too, knowing their children are roaming the neighborhood but not knowing exactly where they are. There are a multitude of apps that offer parents the peace of mind in seeing exactly where their kids are located.

One in 10 parents will use an app or device to track their kids during trick-or-treating, according to SOASTA data.

“I no longer have children at home, but in this day and age, with the ability to do so, I most certainly would track them,” FOX19 NOW viewer Chris commented on Facebook. Other viewers weren't so sure a tracking app was the solution to a worry-free Halloween.

“Better yet...I'd go with them,” Jeri commented on our poll about tracking apps.

See a list of tracking apps here.

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