Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa: 'The Likelihood That We'll Have Regular School This School Year Is Very Doubtful'The Dallas school district may not see students return this year.
Governor Abbott Says Mitigation Is Working, 30 Texas Patients Testing Hydroxychloroquine TreatmentMitigation efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Texas are working, according to Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Debbie Birx.
Now Hiring: Walgreens Looking To Employ 1,000 More People In DFW AreaWalgreens says they are on a hiring spree, and if you have been left without a job as a result of the COVID-19 fallout they're looking to bring you on board.
Coronavirus Crisis Taking Toll On Small Businesses: 'It's Really Hard To Pay The Lease When I Can't Work'A photography studio owner in McKinney said not only can’t she operate right now, her landlord locked her out five days after her rent was due.
Mild, But Cloudy Monday NightGet ready for some much warmer weather Tuesday and Wednesday.
Clearing The Air On Dallas County's Popup Hospital At Convention CenterOn Monday afternoon, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins responded to a letter he received from the Governor Greg Abbott’s Chief of Staff with a letter of his own.
Latest Coronavirus Numbers In North TexasCollin County Health Care Services announced the fourth COVID-19 related death in Collin County on Monday.
Mavs' Dwight Powell Skyping With Fans During Suspended SeasonPowell's season ended due to a torn achilles before the coronavirus abruptly stopped the NBA season.
No Sunshine For North Texas This WeekendApril showers are expected to continue through the weekend.
70-Year-Old Woman Shot In Head, Crashes Car While Driving Home From Fort WorthIt was discovered during the investigation that the driver, Julia Gregor, was returning home from work when she was shot in the head. Investigators believe she was shot by a passing motorist.
Small Business Owners Can Now Apply To Get Money From Government During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Small Business Administration is accepting applications for a new program called the Paycheck Protection Program.
Latest Coronavirus Numbers In North Texas And Across StateSo far 91 Texans have died of coronavirus and there are nearly 5,800 cases statewide.
Coronavirus: North Texas Businesses Struggle As Restrictions Extend Through End Of AprilIn Dallas County, commissioners voted Friday to extend a disaster declaration through May 20, during which time County Judge Clay Jenkins has the authority to issue sweeping executive orders restricting daily life.
Texans Asked To Stagger Unemployment Calls Based On Area Codes“I know it’s frustrating for people that are trying to call through and trying to get through online,” said Cisco Gamez with the Texas Workforce Commission.
Crochet Butterflies Inspire, Bring Beauty To NatureCrochet artist Keitha Cain is making butterflies to bring more beauty to nature.
Teachers To The RescueSee what some North Texas teachers are doing for their students during the coronavirus shutdowns.
Governor Greg Abbott Says Nearly 20K Hospital Beds Available In TexasNinety-one people have died of coronavirus in Texas and 827 people have been hospitalized, according to Governor Greg Abbott.
North Texas Gun, Ammo Seller Hit With Dozens Of Price Gouging Complaints From CustomersCustomers have filed thousands of complaints about price gouging in Texas since the start of the pandemic.
Roanoke Restaurants Grapple With 'New Reality' Amid COVID-19A North Texas dining destination is trying to figure out how to get by with no one dining out.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas Co. Extends Shelter-At-Home Order Until May 20Dallas County Commissioners have extended the shelter-at-home order until May 20 amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Retired Teacher Takes On New Persona 'Mrs. Daffodil' To Read To Neighborhood ChildrenRetired school teacher Pam Meyers took on a new persona "Mrs. Daffodil" to read to neighborhood children from her car.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastApril showers are expected to continue through the weekend.
NEWS CONFERENCE: Governor Greg Abbott Provides Update On Coronavirus Response In TexasTexas Governor Greg Abbott provided the latest coronavirus numbers and shared some good news about hospital bed capacity during a news conference Friday.
Texas Education Agency Will Forgo 2020 School Accountability RatingsEach year the TEA releases grades for each independent school district, campus, and open-enrollment charter school -- but because of the COVID-19 outbreak this won't happen in 2020. Katie Johnston reports.

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