Virus Crisis Easing Across Sun Belt But Could Heat Up AgainAmericans head into Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end of summer, knowing the threat isn't gone as fall brings a return to school, college and sports.
Texas Could Mandate A COVID-19 Vaccine But It’s More Likely Your Employer WillAccording to the Congressional Research Service, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that states have the “authority to require mandatory vaccinations.”
Keller ISD Parents, Students Face Challenges On First Day Back To SchoolWednesday was the first day of school for Keller ISD, both in person and remotely. Parents and students said there were challenges for both.
Tarrant County Public Health Reports 4 More COVID-19 DeathsTarrant County Public Health reported four more COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday.
Praying To Play, COVID-19 Keeps Friday Night Lights Off For Dallas Student AthletesThere are no official Friday Night Lights this fall for the 17 private schools in the Southwest Preparatory Conference.
Almost 50 North Texans Drank Bleach This Month, Poison Center Warns 'Stop, It Won't Cure COVID'Following 46 cases of bleach ingestions in the North Texas Poison Center region since the start of August, experts are again warning people that drinking the chemical won't prevent COVID-19.
COVID In The Classroom: Need To Connect In-Person, Not Online A Struggle For Many Parents And KidsAs parents struggle to keep students safe and learning, virtual instruction has become another COVID-created necessity. And yet, the format just isn't a good fit for everyone -- starting with the parents.
Dr Pepper Fans Freaking Out After Soda Company Confirms Shortage: 'Thoughts & Prayers Needed'News of the current Dr Pepper shortage amid the coronavirus pandemic sent many to social media in a frenzy, thirsty for "thoughts and prayers."
Dr Pepper Confirms Soda Shortage In COVID Times, Says 'Hang Tight!'It seems the rumors are true, there really is a shortage of Dr Pepper and the coronavirus pandemic is to blame.
Restaurants Dish Out Tasty Specials For 'Takeout Tuesday DFW'Across DFW, the restaurant industry continues to struggle and as the months go by, there's a push to come up with creative concepts to drive business.
Not Wearing A Face Mask In Houston Could Cost You $250Mayor Sylvester Turner revealed Monday that he has instructed Houston police to issue citations to people who don't wear masks in public.
Despite Judge's Order, 100 Migrant Children Remain In ICE CustodyThe U.S. government did not release 100 immigrant children detained with their parents despite this week's deadline set by a judge who had described family detention centers as "on fire" due to the threat of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Cancellations Creep Into October, Screams Halloween Theme Park Won't Open For First Time In 25 YearsThe Waxahachie theme park with five uniquely themed haunts was scheduled to run Friday and Saturday nights October 2 – October 31, 2020.
America's Economic Recovery Stalls As Spike In Coronavirus Deaths ContinuesThe economy is in deep trouble again. Coronavirus is to blame
Coronavirus: 2020 North Texas Fair And Rodeo Rescheduled For OctoberThe fair, which is held in Denton and runs for nine days, is rescheduled for October 16-24, 2020.