Texas Rangers Among Teams Promising More Money To Minor Leaguers During Coronavirus ShutdownThe Texas Rangers are among at least nine major league franchises that have told  minor leaguers they will continue to provide allowances after the May 31 expiration of Major League Baseball’s policy guarantying those players $400 per week.
Fort Worth ISD Scraps Idea Of Some Students Returning To School Next Week After More InputForth Worth ISD was planning to bring as many as 300 students back to four elementary school campuses next week.
YMCA Dallas To Begin Phased In Reopening Next Week; Visits Limited To 60 MinutesFor now, facilities will allow 25% capacity, adhering to guidelines by the CDC and local health officials.
Limited Number Of Fans Allowed At Texas Pro Sports Events Played Outside During Coronavirus PandemicGov. Greg Abbott’s new order allows outdoor stadiums to host fans up to 25% of their normal capacity.
WATCH: Country Star George Strait Releases PSA For Texans On COVID-19The King of Country himself, George Strait, has a public service announcement for his fellow Texans.
Dallas County Reports ­­202 ­­­­­­Additional Positive Coronavirus CasesHealth officials are reporting 202 additional positive cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total count in Dallas County to 9,587, including 222 deaths.
JCPenney Reopens 150 Additional Stores Across US After Closing Due To COVID-19JCPenney has reopened its doors at 150 stores in 27 states, bringing the total to 304 reopened stores nationwide after temporarily closing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas City Council Rejects Idea Of 8% Property Tax IncreaseCOVID-19 has led to business closures and layoffs which in turn has created budget shortfalls for the city.
Texas Supreme Court: Lack Of Immunity To Coronavirus Does Not Qualify For Mail-In BallotThe Texas Supreme Court for ruled Wednesday, the lack of immunity to COVID-19 does not qualify a voter to vote by mail.
IRS Sends Out Stimulus Debit Cards With Mixed Up NamesThe CBS 11 I-Team has learned of multiple cases where the IRS mixed up first and last names of couples who filed their taxes jointly.
Judge Says He's Being Sued For Coronavirus-Related Closures: 'I DID NOT Order A Single Business In Collin County To Close'A North Texas judge says he's being sued by someone who was negatively affected by coronavirus-related closures.