Jackson's doctor returns to work
HOUSTON — Michael Jackson's doctor has returned to work at his Houston medical clinic for the first time since the pop star's death.
Dr. Conrad Murray arrived at the clinic Monday morning and was greeted by a couple of his patients and the pastor of his church outside the clinic in northern Houston.
Murray didn't speak with reporters before entering the clinic, but a spokeswoman for his attorney says Murray is looking forward to getting back to work and seeing patients.
Murray, a cardiologist licensed in Nevada, Texas and California, was hired to be Jackson's personal physician during a world tour. He was with Jackson when the 50-year-old pop singer died June 25.