Red Onions Linked To Salmonella Outbreak That Has Sickened Hundreds In US, Including TexasA multistate outbreak of salmonella poisoning that has sickened almost 400 people in 31 states has been traced back to red onions, federal health officials said.
COVID-19 Positive? Don't Pet Your Fur Babies, Isolate From Them InsteadSocial distancing applies to pets as well as humans in households with positive cases of COVID-19, according to research by Texas A&M AgriLife.
"Our Hospitals Look Like War Zones": Texas Battling Influx Of COVID-19 CasesWhile cities like Dallas and Houston are seeing a decrease in COVID-19 positive cases and hospitalizations, virus-related deaths in Texas are up 33% over the last 10 days.
2 Texas Counties Slammed By Coronavirus Surge Bring In Refrigerated Trucks As Morgues OverfillTwo counties in Texas -- Cameron and Hidalgo -- are sharing a large refrigerated trailer to store bodies of coronavirus patients because of a lack of space at the morgues.
COVID-19 Deaths Hit New High In Texas As Governor Abbott Urges The Use Of Face MasksTwo weeks after Republican Governor Greg Abbott ordered most of the state's 30 million residents to wear masks, Texas is still scrambling to contain one of the biggest coronavirus surges in the U.S.
Learn About The Coronavirus Risks To School Age ChildrenWhen it comes to schools reopening and COVID-19, some parents are eager to get back to some sort of normalcy, while others are fearful their children might get exposed to infections.
Despite Pandemic, Doctors Urge Patients To Keep Getting Regular CheckupsRecently, Medicare sent out an alert urging patients to get routine care for chronic ailments such as diabetes and blood pressure.
4 Juveniles, 3 Staff Test Positive For COVID-19 In Detention FacilityCollin County’s Juvenile Probation department received notice that four juveniles and three of its detention officers have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days.
Change Of Plans: Perot Museum Pauses Reopening Amid COVID-19 SpikePointing to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Dallas County, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science has decided to pause plans to reopen in early July.
As COVID-19 Numbers Surge, Health Workers Scramble To Track New CasesHealth departments in Texas and across the country that are using contact tracers to contain coronavirus outbreaks are scrambling to bolster their ranks amid a surge of cases.
Second Evins Regional Juvenile Center Worker Tests Positive For COVID-19The Texas Juvenile Justice Department has announced that a second youth development coach at the Evins Regional Juvenile Center in Edinburg tested positive for the coronavirus.
North Texas School Districts Developing Back-To-School Plans: 'We're Going To Get Creative'CBS 11 spoke with two experts, Dallas County Health and Human Services Director Dr. Philip Huang and epidemiologist Dr. Diana Cervantes.
Decision On Whether Or Not To Have 2020 State Fair Of Texas To Be Made Next MonthIf the State Fair of Texas does happen, it will look different in an effort to ensure safety during the pandemic.
Hackers Interfere With Police Radio Communications During Black Lives Matter ProtestsAuthorities are investigating interference with radio communications and websites or networks used by police and other officials during protests.
North Texas Protesters Urged To Get Tested For Coronavirus; New Testing Sites Open Specifically For ThemAfter marching through city streets shoulder to shoulder, people walked up to a COVID-19 testing site in Dallas Wednesday set up just for them.