More People Expected At Happy Hour As Tarrant County Bars Reopen Today At 50% CapacityToday is a big day for Tarrant County bars. After months of being ordered closed by Governor Greg Abbott, they are now allowed to re-open.
Mixed Messages On COVID-19? Governor Tweets, Bars Still ClosedFor the moment, bars remain closed; but, Governor Greg Abbott has ramped up speculation about a possible reopening.
As Coronvirus Cases Drop, Governors May Gamble On Bars. Again.As the number of coronavirus cases fall in the U.S., governors in hard-hit states are rethinking lockdown orders on bars.
Man Arrested For DWI After Driving Into Dallas Police Officer's Squad CarKendall Hayes, 40, was arrested; neither Dallas police officer was seriously injured.
Former Angels Employee Charged In Pitcher Tyler Skaggs's Fatal Fentanyl OverdoseAn ex-employee of the Los Angeles Angels was charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl in connection with the 2019 overdose death of Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs.
Driver Struck, Killed By 2 SUVs 'Spinning Out Of Control' In Plano; Alcohol Believed To Be FactorA woman in a Jeep was struck and killed in a crash on US 75 north of Legacy Drive around 9:40 p.m. Tuesday night in Plano.
Coronavirus In Texas: Frustrated Brewery Owners Worried Industry Won't Survive State's DecisionsThings seemed to have taken a turn for the better for North Texas bar owners who thought they may be back in business... but it was fleeting. 
Woman Apologizes After Coughing On Singer-Songwriter Clayton Gardner During PerformanceA woman who appeared to intentionally cough on Texas singer-songwriter Clayton Gardner as he performed has apologized.
'It's Your Constitutional Right To Stay Open,' Texas Bar & Nightclub Alliance Suing StateIn a Facebook post, the organization called Gov. Abbott's executive order, "irresponsible and shameful."
Mixed Drinks To-Go Allowed In Texas As Bars Forced To Close AgainMixed drinks to-go are now allowed in Texas as bars throughout the state are forced to close again due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, according to the Texas Restaurant Association.
Texas Bars Forced To Close Again, Restaurants Rolled Back To 50% Capacity“At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars."