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Garland Vape Shop Owner Pleads Guilty To Importing Counterfeit ProductsA Garland vape shop owner has pleaded guilty to a felony charge of importing counterfeit vaping projects, some of which may have caused injuries.
Number Of US Abortions May Be Increasing Slightly After Decades Of DeclineAfter a long decline abortions in the U.S. appear to be inching up, though officials are cautious about calling it an upward trend because a government report is incomplete.
Dallas Stars Raise Sticks And Money During 'Hockey Fights Cancer Night'The Dallas Stars took on two opponents Tuesday night at the American Airlines Center -- the Edmonton Oilers and cancer research.
Appeals Court Sides With Dallas County Judge, Shoots Down Texas Governor's Ban Against Mask MandatesMask mandates will be allowed in the State of Texas. The Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas issued the ruling during the late night on November 22.
Stress, Anxiety And Managing Your Mental Health As The Holiday Season ApproachesWith some families gathering for Thanksgiving for the first time in almost two years, experts say watching your mental health is more important than ever.
Still No Ruling From The US Supreme Court On Texas' New Abortion LawThe high court's first decision of the term deflated expectations that the justices would resolve the issue of whether Texas' ban on most abortions could be challenged in federal court.
FDA Authorizes COVID Vaccine Booster Shots For All AdultsThe FDA moved to expand its emergency authorization of Pfizer's and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to all adults.
Texas Abortion Ban Stays In Force As Supreme Court Justices Mull OutcomeIt's been more than two weeks since the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments over Texas' restrictive abortion law and, so far, there's been no word from the justices.
Pfizer Turns To FDA For Emergency Approval Of Its COVID-19 Antiviral PillA new COVID treatment could be on the way. Pfizer has asked the FDA to grant an emergency use authorization for its antiviral pill.
Texas Doctor Suspended From Hospital After Spreading COVID-19 MisinformationA hospital in Texas has suspended the privileges of a doctor who spread misinformation about COVID-19 on social media.
Experts Say COVID-19 Numbers Seem Stuck & That Doesn't Bode Well For WinterTwo months ago, Florida and Texas together accounted for nearly a quarter (22%) of all new cases. Now, those two large states account for just 6% of all cases.
Tarrant County Celebrates 2,000 Vaccines At Sundance, Has High Hopes For ArlingtonTarrant County Public Health officials are celebrating more than 2,000 people being vaccinated at their Friday only pop-up vaccine site in Sundance Square.