Coronavirus In Texas: Different Cities Interpreting Business-Reopening Rules In Different WaysA beer store in North Richland Hills closed Saturday, after a city police officer determined it was violating state and local orders by allowing customers to drink inside.
Coronavirus In Texas: Highland Park Cafeteria Closing For Good After 95 YearsThe restaurant owners shared the news of the decision to close permanently on Facebook Monday evening.
Dallas Restaurant's Loyal Customers Come To The Rescue AgainStaffers came up with a long list of possible side gigs to keep some cash coming in while the restaurant was closed for dine-in customers.
Coronavirus Patient Goes Home After 13 Days On Ventilator In North Texas HospitalIsmael Marquez, 33, of Haltom City, was discharged after being treated for COVID-19 for 18 days.
Pinched By Pandemic: North Texas Businesses Struggle To Pay Rent, Stay AliveRedemption Barbershop in Rowlett discovered the locks had been changed after receiving a "failure to pay" notice.
Coronavirus Cases Reach 6,000+ In Dallas County“Today we tie for the most number of positive cases in Dallas County," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Coronavirus In Texas: Hood County Businesses Can Reopen At 50% Capacity Due To Low COVID-19 Infection Rates Businesses like gyms, barbershops, hair salons and bars are allowed to open under Phase II.
Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, Hand Sanitizer Is Still Considered Contraband In Texas PrisonsThe CDC lists it as one of the things most effective in the battle against COVID-19, but alcohol-based hand sanitizer is considered contraband in Texas jails and prisons.
Meat Shortages Leave Some Costco, Kroger And Wendy's Customers Asking 'Where's The Beef?'Some supermarket chains in Texas are now limiting how much meat shoppers can purchase during the coronavirus pandemic.
Carnival Cancels Cruises Through July, Plans 'Phase-In' Approach In AugustCarnival Cruise Lines announced Monday that it is canceling cruises through July and is planning on resuming service in North America using a "phase-in" approach in August.
Attorney: Man Seen Pushing Texas Park Ranger Into Lake In Viral Video Feels 'Embarrassed'A man who was captured on video appearing to push a Texas park ranger into a lake while the ranger was explaining social distancing says he feels "embarrassed about his actions," according to his attorney.
After 1st Quarter Loss, Southwest Airlines Expects Revenue To Fall As Much As 95% In MayFor the first time in nine years, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines posted a quarterly loss and said Tuesday that the downturn in air travel that began in late February shows no signs of letting up.
ACM Awards Moves To Grand Ole Opry In 'Music City' For First Time EverThe Academy of Country Music Awards are moving from Las Vegas to Music City for its 2020 awards ceremony.
7-Eleven Pop-Up Store In Dallas Hospital Serving Healthcare Workers And Patients During COVID-19 OutbreakAs North Texans try to recover during the COVID-19 crisis, a first time partnership between a hospital and a convenience store is underway.
Coronavirus In Texas: Good Samaritan Tips Off Police, Minnie's Food Truck FoundJust days after someone stole a box truck crucial to operations for Minnie's Food Pantry, the vehicle was found after a Good Samaritan tipped off police.