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North Texas Church Puts Together Virtual Choir To Perform During Easter Sunday ServiceAs parishioners across Highland Park United Methodist Church embrace social distancing, they are adapting to their new circumstances.
Texas COVID-19 Cases Top 10,000, Deaths Go Past 200The volume of patients in Texas with the illness caused by the novel coronavirus has topped 10,000, with the number of deaths topping 200.
Toyota Stadium, National Soccer Hall Of Fame Lit Blue To Honor Frontline, Essential WorkersMore than 130 venues across the United States joined the global show of support.
Coronavirus: Federal Judge Blocks Ban On Some Texas Abortions During OutbreakA federal judge has blocked the enforcement, in some cases, of an executive order banning abortions in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: State Agency Backtracks After Calling Out North Texas Business For Operating During PandemicBrittany Brown uses Facebook to advertise her hair braiding business. But this week brought a flood of negative comments and reviews.
Coronavirus In Texas: Fort Worth Televangelist Kenneth Copeland Calls Out COVID-19, 'You Are Destroyed Forever'Fort Worth-based preacher and televangelist Kenneth Copeland called forth a “supernatural heatwave” last week to kill the coronavirus in New York City and “the rest of the world where it’s needed.”
TWC Says 'Don't Call Us, We'll Call You' For Those Who Can't File For Unemployment OnlineCBS 11 has heard from people who say they are trying to apply online, but are told they need to call because of a PIN or password issues.
78-Year-Old Man Dies Over 2 Weeks After Falling Victim To Hit-And-Run In Fort WorthThe suspect drove away in a black 4-door passenger car, leaving Salvador Melendez Carcamo at the scene with life-threatening injuries that he later succumbed to.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas ISD Mulls Over Pass/Fail System For Final GradesAt Thursday's Dallas ISD school board meeting it was discussed how final grades will be given. ​

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Soccer player deported by the U.S. triumphs away from homeAfter living in the U.S. for nearly a decade, Lizandro and his brother were sent to El Salvador in 2017. He's now playing professional soccer thousands of miles away from his family.
Business owners face delays in critical SBA pandemic loansA week after the Small Business Administration opened its Paycheck Protection Program to applicants affected by the coronavirus pandemic, many business owners say they are still having trouble accessing the crucial funds. The federal government is offering $348 billion in forgivable loans through the program. Jim Axelrod speaks to Americans who are struggling to get their promised relief for the CBS News series Financial Fallout.
Medical community battles pandemic despite mounting fear and deathsThe medical community is gravely concerned about the constant COVID-19 exposure they are facing, coupled with a lack of protective equipment that forces hospital workers to conserve and reuse gear. Many, like veteran trauma surgeon and father of three Dr. Ronald Verrier, are falling victim to the virus. David Begnaud speaks to health care workers to hear their stories from the front lines.
Federal stimulus checks expected to start within daysSome Americans may receive their stimulus checks as early as next week, but it depends on your income and IRS info.
Images show mass burials at NYC cemetery as virus deaths mountAbout 40 caskets were lined up for burial on Hart Island on Thursday, and two fresh trenches have been dug in recent days.
Eye Opener at 8: Survey says marijuana use at an all-time high amid pandemicA look at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning"