Result Of New Trial Finds The Drug Remdesivir Does Not Prevent COVID-19 DeathsA new study by the World Health Organization shows the COVID-19 treatment drug – known as remdesivir – does not prevent death among patients.
Coronavirus Drug Remdesivir Shows Promising Results, But With $3,120 Price TagRemdesivir is currently one of the only proven and tested treatments for the coronavirus.
As Trump Pushes For Second $1,200 Stimulus Check, Glitch Keeps Thousands Of TurboTax Users From Getting First CheckAs President Trump pushes for a second $1,200 stimulus check, thousands of Texans have still not gotten their first one due to a computer glitch.
Glitch Causing Box To Be Checked On Tax Return Keeping Some From Receiving Stimulus PaymentThe IRS told the CBS 11 I-Team it is aware some taxpayers have not received their stimulus payment due to a single box mistakenly checked on their tax return.
Tax Bills In Public Improvement Districts Shocking New North Texas Homeowners: 'We Would Have Bought A Home Elsewhere'The homebuyers who reached out to the I-Team from Royse City say after they signed on the dotted line, the amount more than tripled what their closing documents stated.
Birdville ISD Joins Other North Texas Districts In Reporting By School How Many Students, Teachers Are COVID+Birdville ISD is going a step beyond some North Texas districts by telling parents how many students and teachers have COVID-19 in their schools. 
Largest North Texas School Districts Won't Notify All Parents Of Positive Coronavirus CaseClose contact is defined by the schools as anyone who came within six feet of the infected person for more than 15 minutes.
I-Team: How Much About Your Child Are North Texas School Districts Sharing Online?The social media images that teachers may be posting are now coming from inside students' homes.
North Texas Heath Care Professionals Share Personal Decisions On Sending Kids Back To School Or NotThe CBS 11 I-Team asked one simple question: Do you plan to send your own children back to school in person?
'When You're Not Vaccinating, You're Extending The Risk': Doctors Worry About Coronavirus & Measles As Texas Students Skip VaccinesThis year, with COVID-19, a measles or a whooping cough outbreak at a school could stretch local health resources to the limit.
Delaying Decision On STAAR Test Could Cost Texas Tens Of MillionsWhile school districts are still figuring out how to operate this fall there is a debate brewing about standardized testing in the spring.
'I'm Afraid They Are Going To End Up Failing': Many Texas Students Head To Class Online Without Reliable Internet ConnectionAt 42%, Dallas has the worst connection rate among the ten largest cities in the country.
Texas Summer Camps' Coronavirus Containment Could Serve As Example For SchoolsSky Ranch dealt with a series of COVID -19 cases this year, but the camp's president believes the rules put in place helped.
Thermal Cameras Used To Spot Fevers Have 'Major Limitations' And Often Not Accurate, I-Team FindsAn independent video surveillance research group recently tested more than 20 thermal camera systems and found most failed to live up to the hype.
Mysterious Seeds From China: Dangerous To Texas Agriculture? Or Scam Against Texans And Others?Mysterious seeds from China are popping up in mailboxes across Texas and the country.