D Magazine Founder Wick Allison Dies From Cancer At 72Longtime publisher and founder of Dallas' D Magazine, Wick Allison has died from bladder cancer. He was 72.
Dallas County Ends Deadliest Week With 1,031 New COVID-19 Cases, 9 More DeathsDallas County ended its deadliest week with 1,031 new COVID-19 cases and nine more deaths.
Dallas County Reports 1,195 New COVID-19 Cases, Deadliest WeekDallas County on Friday reported 1,195 new COVID-19 cases and 13 more deaths, making it the county's deadliest week since the pandemic began.
Dallas County Reports Over 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases For 10th Straight DayDallas County on Sunday reported over 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the 10th straight day as the state continues to see a surge of the virus.
Dallas County Marks 'Deadliest Week,' Highest Daily Average Of New COVID-19 CasesDallas County on Saturday reported 1,101 new cases of COVID-19 and four more deaths, marking the county's highest daily average this week -- and its deadliest.
Dallas County Reports 570 More COVID-19 Cases Sunday, Total Now At 20,165Dallas County has, once again, broken a daily record of new COVID-19 cases in North Texas with 570 on Sunday.
Dallas County Breaks Daily Record Of New COVID-19 Cases Again With 561 On SaturdayDallas County on Saturday reported 561 new COVID-19 cases, which is a record-high for a single day in the county and in North Texas.
Governor Abbott Takes Dig At Dallas County Judge During Coronavirus Update: 'Putting People In Jail Is Wrong'Governor Abbott took a dig at Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins during an afternoon press conference, saying he believes the judge wants to throw people in jail for not wearing face masks.
Dallas County Reports 302 More COVID-19 Cases, Total Now At 14,232Dallas County reported 302 more cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total to 14,232.
Dallas County Reports New Daily Record Of 300 COVID-19 Cases; 3 Additional DeathsDallas County health officials are reporting a new daily record of 300 more cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, along with three additional deaths.
Dallas County Sees Less COVID-19 Cases On Average This Week, Hospitalizations Remain 'Flat'Dallas County ended the week with less COVID-19 cases on average, and Judge Clay Jenkins said the county "will hopefully begin to see a decline."