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Texas Moves Nursing Home Residents To Front Of Line For Coronavirus VaccinesThe reversal comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week issued nonbiding guidance that called for putting nursing home residents first along with frontline medical staff.
Texas COVID-19 Patient With '10% Chance Of Survival' Recovers After Oxygenation Treatment In Dallas HospitalDoctors said Mary Mariner, 64, had little chance of surviving after contracting COVID-19 in August and the virus attacked her heart.
Trump Administration's Coronavirus Task Force Recommends More Testing In TexasThe state isn't planning to impose additional testing requirements at this time, but that doesn't keep other entities from enacting the recommendations on their own.
17-Year-Old Israel Montantes Confesses to 8 Aggravated Robberies In DFW Area In Last 6 WeeksMontantes had been arrested for allegedly committing three aggravated robberies in less than an hour in Mesquite on Thanksgiving Day.
Fort Worth Code Compliance Officers Remind Businesses About New Coronavirus-Related Capacity RestrictionsIn the Fort Worth Stockyards Friday, Dec. 4, managers told code officers their own distancing protocols already had them well under the new limit.
Grapevine Father Goes 'Santa Crazy' For Kids In Need, Raises More Than $11K+ For CharityA Grapevine father is raising thousands of dollars this Christmas season, using Santa decorations -- and lots of them -- to grab people's attention. 
Only 6 ICU Beds Available In Denton County: 'We Are At A Critical Point With COVID-19'“We must honor the lives of those around us by wearing masks when around anyone we do not live with," said Denton County Judge Andy Eads.
Stimulus Package Update: Are Politicians Finally Ready To Make A Deal?With COVID cases spiking nationwide, and the economy set to feel the effects, politicians start to get more serious about a stimulus package.