Medical bills and other expenses continue to mount for a Frisco police officer who is recovering from a severe case of H1N1. Now, a police charity is raising money to help the nine-year veteran.
This year’s dangerous strain of the flu has claimed more North Texas lives in the past week.
A Denton woman that was in a medically induced coma for over a month, diagnosed with H1N1, died Friday night.
The Tarrant County Health Department confirmed a sixth flu-related death in the county Tuesday.
Several Catholic churches in North Texas are changing there ceremonies due to flu concerns.
As the flu continues to spread across North Texas one woman says a deadly strain of the H1N1 virus killed her otherwise healthy husband.
Texas first lady Anita Perry has joined forces with state health officials to urge people to get flu shots.
The flu is spreading rapidly in North Texas. Late last week, there were seven hundred cases. As of Monday, the number has grown to more than 18-hundred confirmed cases.
Local health officials are concerned about the spread of the flu as students return to class.
Dallas County confirmed Friday they have eight total deaths related to the H1N1 flu virus.
Five times as many flu cases were reported to the Denton County Health Department this week compared to two weeks ago and nearly every case is the H1N1 strain.
Officials are reporting a spike in flu cases in Texas with more than a dozen deaths in the Houston area. The primary culprit: the H1N1 strain, also known as the swine flu.