Grocery Stores Expected Busier As WIC Benefits Are ReplenishedApril 1 marks some much-needed relief for families who rely on government programs to buy fresh food at the grocery store.
Parks, Evictions, Hospital Status All Topics At City Of Dallas Press ConferenceParks, Evictions, Hospital Status All Topics At City Of Dallas Press Conference
RAW VIDEO: Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Talks Trail & Parks OvercrowdingRAW VIDEO: Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Talks Trail & Parks Overcrowding
Judge Blocks Dallas Sick Leave OrdinanceJudge Blocks Dallas Sick Leave Ordinance
Travelers Into Texas Facing New Coronavirus RestrictionsTravelers Into Texas Facing New Coronavirus Restrictions
Too Many People, Too Close Together On Texas TrailsToo Many People, Too Close Together On Texas Trails
Stay At Home Workers Turning Cameras Off For COVID-19Stay At Home Workers Turning Cameras Off For COVID-19
Family Talks About Self-Isolation After Child Couldn't Get COVID TestFamily Talks About Self-Isolation After Child Couldn't Get COVID Test
Community Coming Together Helping Seniors Get What They NeedSocial agencies, Facebook groups and caring volunteers are spending their days making sure seniors and people struggling financially are getting what they need during the crisis.
Family-Owned Business Making Medical Devices To Fight COVID-19A small family-owned business is making medical devices to help fight coronavirus.
Southwest Cancels 1,500 Daily FlightsStarting today Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is cutting 1,500 flights each day.
Unemployment Surges As Coronavirus SpreadsA surging jobless rate is also a byproduct if the fight against coronavirus.
American Airlines Has A New Inflight Social Distancing PlanAmerican Airlines had already taken some steps to encourage social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Fort Worth-based company has made more policy changes.
Catholics Worldwide Pray For End Of COVID-19 PandemicCatholics Worldwide Pray For End Of COVID-19 Pandemic
4 Parker Co. Sheriff's Employees Possibly Exposed To COVID-19There are four employees in the Parker County Sheriff's Office currently being evaluated for possible exposure (outside of work premises) to COVID-19. The employees are currently in quarantine out of an abundance of caution.
Concerns About Hospital Capacity As COVID-19 Spreads In TexasConcerns About Hospital Capacity As COVID-19 Spreads In Texas
Despite Stay At Home Order, Collin County Residents Can Go To WorkWhile Collin County residents are ordered to stay home unless seeking medical treatment or getting necessities, they can still go to work.
City Of Fort Worth Expected To Make 'Shelter In Place' AnnouncementCity Of Fort Worth Expected To Make 'Shelter In Place' Announcement
CVS Health Offering Employee Bonuses, Added Benefits During PandemicCVS Health Offering Employee Bonuses, Added Benefits During Pandemic
Lots Of Questions As Stay Home Mandate Begins In Dallas CountyLots Of Questions As Stay Home Mandate Begins In Dallas County
Allergies Or Coronavirus? Here Are Some CluesSymptoms of the coronavirus include a fever, dry cough and shortness of breath, but those symptoms closely resemble other illnesses, as well.
Basic Math Shows How Quickly COVID-19 SpreadsWith exponential growth, the number of new cases each day constantly increases—graph the total over time, and you’ll see that the line curves upward—and that can get you into big numbers real fast.
Local Chef Deals With Coronavirus Emergency Order RestrictionsA North Texas chef is speaking out about how he is coping with changes brought about because of COVID-19, and how he's trying to keep employees on the payroll.
Coronavirus: Local Rideshare Company Adjusting To Changing Need Of ClientsThe coronavirus outbreak is shifting the way so many do business — and ride share companies are no exception.