Health Officials Report 70 New COVID-19 Cases In Denton County Health officials have confirmed 70 new laboratory-confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Denton County.
City To Launch “Mask Up Lewisville” Awareness CampaignThe City of Lewisville is launching the “Mask Up Lewisville” awareness campaign to encourage residents to wear a mask or facial covering while in public.
Texas Surpasses 5K New Cases In 1 Day For First Time: 'Coronavirus Is Serious, It's Spreading'The announcement comes days after Texas eclipsed 4,000 new cases for the first time just last weekend.
Largest Children's Hospital In The US Admits Adults As Virus Cases Soar In TexasTexas Children's Hospital said it was admitting adult patients across its campuses to free up more hospital bed space in the Houston area.
Gov. Greg Abbott Implores Texans To Wear Masks: 'It Will Keep Texas Open'Disturbed by the recent uptick of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Texas, Governor Greg Abbott urged Texans to follow CDC guidelines and wear a mask.
Health Officials Announce 40 New COVID-19 Cases In DentonHealth officials have announced 40 new laboratory-confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Denton County.
Coronavirus In Texas: 1 COVID-19 Related Death, 25 New Cases in Denton CountyAnother man in his 60s from Denton County has died from the coronavirus. 
Coronavirus In Texas: 1 More COVID-19 Related Death, 21 New Cases in Denton CountyThe city of Denton announced an additional resident has died from the coronavirus, bringing the total to 18 deaths due to COVID-19 in the county.
Coronavirus In Texas: Denton County Reports 17th DeathThe patient, a man from Dallas in his 70s, was a hospitalized, local transmission COVID-19 case in Denton County.
Texan Matthew McConaughey Urging Everyone To Treat Stay At Home Orders As A COVID-19 'Weapon'Texan Matthew McConaughey is the narrator, co-writer and co-creator of a new public service announcement promoting isolation and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic..
Coronavirus: Dallas To Close Some City Dog Park Recreation AreasContinuing the need to maintain social distancing, the Dallas Park and Recreation Department announced it will close city dog parks and all park recreational amenities.