The Pandemic Is Getting Worse. What Happens Next Is Up To YouWhen it comes to the coronavirus pandemic in America, the first two weeks of 2021 were abysmal.
COVID-19 Therapeutic Infusion Centers Open In Fort Worth, IrvingThe infusion centers start accepting patients on Monday and were provided with Regeneron's monoclonal antibodies and bamlanivimab to treat outpatient cases of COVID-19.
Mobile Morgue Set Up At Harris Hospital Amid COVID-19 SurgeTexas Health Resources has confirmed a refrigerated mobile morgue was deployed to Harris Hospital in Fort Worth.
Parkland Hospital Administers COVID-19 Vaccine To 50 Dallas Fire-Rescue Frontline WorkersJust two days before Christmas, frontline medics with Dallas Fire-Rescue were inoculated at Parkland Hospital.
Stimulus Checks For $600 Added To COVID-19 Relief Deal As Deadline Nears With the deadline quickly approaching, relief for struggling North Texans appears to finally be in sight.
‘Tiger King’ Star Joe Exotic Sues Justice Department Over Rejected PardonThe legal team for the Netflix star — whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage — argues that the denial isn't valid since his request was not presented directly to President Trump.
'Light At The End Of The Tunnel,' Parkland Launches COVID-19 Vaccination Of Frontline Healthcare WorkersDallas County's only public hospital and one of the country's largest, Parkland is now distributing its first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to essential healthcare staff.
Independent Texas Promotion Company, 'Margin Walker Presents' Folds Under COVID's Economic ImpactOne of the largest independent promotion companies in Texas -- Margin Walker Presents -- has closed due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas County Reports 1,640 New Positive COVID-19 Cases And 3 More DeathsThree more people have died from the coronavirus in Dallas County and 1,640 new positive cases were reported. Of those, 1,407 are confirmed cases, with 233 probable cases.
Veteran Collin County Detention Officer Joseph Quillen, Jr. Dies After Contracting COVID-19Officer Joseph Quillen, Jr. passed away in the early hours of Dec. 1, 2020.
Some Pediatricians Say North Texas Elementary Schools Should Consider Value Of In-Person LearningOne pediatrician told CBS 11 News that younger children are less self-sufficient and learn through social and emotional development.