Dec 8, 2014 5:34 PM
New Hampshire's Deputy State Epidemiologist and doctor at Dartmouth Hitchcock is at the epicenter of the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone. She's helping in the fight against the deadly virus.
Doctor Elizabeth Talbot has been working with the International Medical Corps in Sierra Leone since mid-November.
In that time she's helped to open two Ebola clinics. One is up and running now. Another is set to open Saturday.
Dr. Talbot is training clinicians who work with Ebola patients teaching them how to better protect themselves.
Dr. Talbot's set to return home to New Hampshire on December 17th, and says she will keep her family's safety and the safety of her community in mind when she comes home. As far as a quarantine goes, she said she would do whatever the state tells me to do.
28 minutes 35 seconds agoRep. Annie Kuster and former state Rep. Jim Lawrence disagreed Tuesday night over numerous issues as the two-term Democratic congresswoman and her Republican challenger...
7 hours 40 minutes agoA Concord woman involved in the 2014 Allenstown crash involving the death of a motorcyclist plead guilty. (More)
9 hours 3 minutes agoThe man suspected of kidnapping a woman Sunday in Laconia has been arrested in Concord after a warrant was issued for his arrest. (More)
10 hours 34 minutes agoIt's snowing in New Hampshire! Like, right now! We've got our weather camera up on Loon Mountain now catching the action. Take a look!...
11 hours 49 minutes agoOffice of the Chief Medical Examiner has positively identified the body recovered from the Merrimack River in Tyngsborough, Mass. as Jacob Goulet. (More)
12 hours 8 minutes agoManchester NH police have made nine more arrests - making it 103 total - during another drug sweep as part of Operation Granite Hammer....