Collin County Health Care Services announced the fourth COVID-19 related death in Collin County on Monday.

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Dallas County Will Offer Qualifying Residents A Quarantine Hotel RoomDallas County will soon make hotel rooms available fo residents who need to quarantine but are unable to do so at home.
Very Comfortable Air In North TexasHigh in the mid-90s on Wednesday.
Fort Worth's Famed Billy Bob's Texas Reopening As A RestaurantThe TABC is now giving bars like Billy Bob’s the chance to reopen if they can alter their business model.
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Summer Workout Season Resumes For Keller HS Football TeamHand sanitizing, safe distancing and constant cleaning of equipment are the top priority during the workouts.
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Keene ISD Students, Teachers Return To Classroom During Pandemic: 'It Was Different'Keene ISD was one of two Johnson County school districts where classrooms reopened Tuesday for the fall semester and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Warm, Clear Tuesday EveningIt's about to get a lot hotter in North Texas in the coming days.
Adjustments Made After Too Many Rockwall ISD Families Choose In-Person Learning For Their KidsThe families of 68% of Rockwall ISD students have chosen to have them go back to the classroom. That's too many to meet social distancing guidelines.
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Much Hotter Temps Later In The WeekExpect highs in the low to mid-90s the next couple of days.
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Hospitals Create Back-To-School Guide During PandemicCBS 11's Brooke Katz reports.
Keller ISD School Board Pushes Start Of School Back 1 Week To August 26Parents still have the option to send their children back to the classroom or have them learn online.
Tributes For Rockwall Police Officer Who Died Of CoronavirusRockwall Police Officer Tracy Gaines passed away early Monday morning due to complications from COVID-19
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Governor Greg Abbott Discusses Back To School, Coronavirus Response And Wearing MasksGov. Abbott said he does not think Texans will need to wear masks for the rest of 2020.
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