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ERCOT CEO On Texas Power OutagesBill Magness Speaks With Jack Fink On What Went Wrong And Fixing The Problem
Baylor Scott & White Health To Outsource, Eliminate 1,700 PositionsThe company said it's part of a broader effort to reduce costs and increase access to healthcare.
American, Southwest Airlines And Employee Unions Praise Coronavirus Relief Aid BillThey're urging both the House and Senate to pass it quickly so President Trump can sign it.
Eataly Expands To North TexasIt's meant to be a marketplace and gathering place filled with the flavors of Italy, but the gathering part is a little tougher these days due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
JCPenney Emerges From Chapter 11 BankruptcyThe retailer completed its sale to a pair of landlords - Brookfield Asset Management Inc. and Simon Property Group through a combination of cash and new term loan debt.
Southwest Airlines Says Thousands Of Employees May Need To Be FurloughedSouthwest Airlines says it's been talking with its employee unions for months about temporary cost savings.
Business Occupancy Rollbacks Triggered In North Texas Due To 7 Days Of High COVID-19 Hospitalization RatesGovernor Greg Abbott has previously said in an Executive Order that if COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to exceed 15% for seven days in a row, then business openings will have to be scaled back.
Dallas Restaurant Owner Russell Birk Says He's Eligible For PPP Loan To Be Forgiven"I'm excited that it was put in place because it was very helpful. Without that, I would have been out of business," said Russell Birk, owner of fast-casual restaurant Maya's Modern Mediterranean.
'I've Had Nothing But Good Memories': Big Daddy's Roadside BBQ In Lavon, Texas Closing SundayKelly Duncan has been kept busy serving up the barbecue that's made then a neighborhood favorite and savoring the memories and friendships built over the years.
Frisco's 'Cookie Society' On Oprah's List Of Favorite ThingsFrisco's 'Cookie Society' On Oprah's List Of Favorite Things
Bankruptcy Court Approves Sale Of JCPenneyPlano-based J.C. Penney is on course to emerge from bankruptcy by Thanksgiving, after a bankruptcy court approved its sale to its two largest landlords and its primary lenders.
Year After Tornado Destroys Dallas Shopping Center, Neighbors See Empty Lot As 'Perfect Opportunity'Instead of the pawn shops and box stores, neighbors say they want to see a retail development with local businesses and places to gather.
Tornado Relief Arrives For Dallas ISDErin Jones reports.
After Months Of Closure, Bar Owners Back In Business In Tarrant CountyAfter Months Of Closure, Bar Owners Back In Business In Tarrant County
Starting a New Career in Property PreservationWhat's Up DFW with Danielle Pierce. Property Preservation might be your new career- that you've never heard of. Danielle Pierce explains what it is and how to get started.
American Airlines Furloughs Begin Today, After Federal Aid EndsAmerican Airlines Furloughs Begin Today, After Federal Aid Ends
Furloughs Begin Thursday For About 19,000 American Airlines EmployeesWednesday was the end of the Payroll Support Program that has helped American Airlines keep thousands of employees during the pandemic.
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Some Businesses Hiring Security To Deal With Fights Over MasksThose who do not abide by Gov. Greg Abbott's order face up to a $250 fine.
Relatively Unknown Frisco Tech Company Gets Nearly $300M From Texas For Coronavirus Contact TracingTexas health officials are betting big on a small Frisco company, MTX Group, to keep the coronavirus from spreading.
No 'Howdy' And No Folks This Year As State Fair Of Texas Canceled Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe State Fair of Texas has officially been cancelled for 2020. No Big Tex. No midway. No Fletcher's Original Corny Dogs. To Amber Fletcher, granddaughter of the company's founder, the loss of 2.5 million hungry visitors is crushing.
Pandemic May Be Driving RV Sales, RentalsWhen it comes to traveling these days, many families are hitting the road.
New BBB Study Warns Of Moving Scams: 'Consumers Need To Do Their Homework'The BBB says it gets about 13,000 complaints each year about moving companies.
Entertainment Venues Across North Texas Are Starting To ReopenFrom social distancing to the two-step, Billy Bob's Texas is back open during the day, with live music to come.