Federal Judge Orders Expansion Of Mail-In Voting In TexasA federal judge has ordered Texas to allow any of the state’s 16 million voters to cast a ballot by mail over fears of the coronavirus.
Lancaster ISD Gets Creative With Graduation During Coronavirus PandemicWith the coronavirus pandemic still looming over North Texas, school districts across the area are adjusting, adapting and getting creative to celebrate 2020 graduates.
Texas Supreme Court Allows Evictions To ResumeAfter a nearly two-month moratorium, the Texas Supreme Court is allowing eviction hearings to move forward again.
Youth Sports To Begin Again Soon, But With New Restrictions PresentTeam administrators and city leaders are working to set social distancing guidelines, knowing some traditions will have to be sidelined in the name of safety.
Sunset High School Parents Create Facebook Page For Seniors Missing Out On OpportunitiesThe "Adopt a Senior" page allows parents to post their senior's photos and bio, then someone in the community adopts them and sends them a graduation gift.
Now Hiring: TED Ventures Adding Employees In DFW AreaTED Ventures is a management and holdings organization specializing in logistics and consulting services to those in the medical field.
IRS Launches New Stimulus Check Hotline, But Will Callers Get To Talk To Real People?Have questions about your stimulus check? The IRS says you can now call.
Jerry Jones Back In Cowboys Office After NFL Gives Green Light To OpenCowboys Owner Jerry Jones is back to work in his office at The Star in Frisco. 
Fort Worth-Based Pier 1 To Go Out Of Business, Close All 540 StoresThe Fort Worth-based company said Tuesday that it was unable to find a buyer for its business after filing for bankruptcy protection earlier this year.
Fort Worth Zoo To Reopen With New Restrictions May 29In a statement released Tuesday, zoo officials said they are opening with a number of health and safety measures in place for the protection of guests and staff.
Fans Can Get 'First Look' At Revamped Globe Life Field In June Starting June first, baseball fans can get their first look of Globe Life Field in Arlington by taking a tour.
DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen YetDallas County health officials reported 14 more deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, making it the deadliest day the county has seen this far.
Live Music Returns To Cities As More Socially Distant Concerts ScheduledAs states start to let businesses reopen under limitations, music industry organizers are testing out new models of smaller, socially distant concerts.
Cowtown Marathon Offering Athletes Virtual Runs And Online Distance Training ProgramsThe Cowtown Marathon went off without a hitch on March 1, now the race has come up with a plan to help keep runners on track and moving toward their personal goals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health Department Responds After COVID-19 Outbreak At Texas Poultry PlantHealth issues at meat processing plants continue during the pandemic, as more than two dozen employees test positive for COVID-19 at a Texas poultry processing plant.