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Texas Loses Fight, US Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge To ObamacareThe justices left the entire Affordable Care Act law intact Thursday in ruling that Texas, other Republican-led states and two individuals had no right to bring their lawsuit in federal court.
Mexican Border Cities Receive More Than 1 Million Dozes Of COVID Vaccine From U.S.The United States has donated 1.35 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine to Mexico.
Free Air Travel, Cowboys & Mavs Tickets Among Dallas Chamber Giveaways In COVID Vaccine SweepstakesAcross the country incentives are being offered for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Now the Dallas Regional Chamber is getting in the mix with offers that include free air travel and professional game tickets.
Kids And Cars Partnering With PETA On Hot Car Safety CampaignKids and Car Safety is partnering with PETA for the #HotCarsKill campaign to raise awareness about the danger of hot cars.
Republican Governors Of Texas And Florida Battle With Cruise Lines Over Vaccine RequirementsThe Republican governors of Texas and Florida are headed toward showdowns with some of the world's largest cruise lines over whether passengers boarding ships leaving their states can be required to show proof of vaccination.
FDA Gives Green Light To New Alzheimer's Drug For First Time In Almost 2 DecadesNorth Texans who care for loved ones who have Alzheimer’s are reacting to the news.
National Cancer Survivors Day Observed To Support Families, Educate CommunitySunday is "National Cancer Survivors Day, and it's an opportunity to inspire those recently diagnosed, to support families impacted by cancer and educate the community on the importance of cancer screenings.
After Co-Sleeping Blamed For Deaths Of 2 Infants, Irving Police Share Safety Guidelines Irving police are warning parents and caretakers about the dangers of co-sleeping after two infants died in two separate incidents last week. 
Texas Workers File Suit After Hospital Requires Them To Get COVID VaccineSome employees at a Texas hospital are taking their employer to court over its requirement that all workers get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Kroger To Give Away $5 Million, Free Groceries For A Year To Promote COVID Vaccination EffortIncentives to get vaccinated for COVID-19 continue and the country's largest grocery chain, Kroger Co., is sweetening the pot with chances to win free groceries and millions in cash prizes.
People With High-Risk Underlying Health Conditions May Not Be Fully Protected By COVID VaccinesEven the CDC warns that if you have a condition or are taking medications that weaken your immune system, you may not be fully protected against COVID-19 even when you’ve been fully vaccinated.
Governor Abbott Signs 'Heartbeat Bill' Into Law, Banning Most Abortions In TexasTexas Governor Greg Abbott has signed Senate Bill 8 into law, banning most abortions in Texas as early as six weeks and allowing almost any American citizen to sue state abortion providers.