'We Still Don't Have Herd Immunity': North Texas Healthcare Community Concerned About Removal Of Mask Mandate"To remove the mask mandate, while we still don't have herd immunity is very disheartening to us," says Stephen Love, President & CEO, DFW Hospital Council.
Register Now: Cleburne Fire To Run Regional COVID-19 Vaccination HubThe initial shipment is for 1,000 vaccines with the potential for similar amounts on a weekly basis dependent on availability.
City Council Approves Partnership With Mission Granbury To Help Utility Customers Affected by COVID-19The program, which will be administered by Mission Granbury, Inc., is designed to help those adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic by paying a portion of their utility bill.
State Estimates Texas Students Have Lost More Than 3 Months Of Learning During COVID-19 PandemicThe Texas Education Agency shared results Thursday, Jan. 14, of optional beginning-of-year (BOY) assessments of students knowledge and skills.
‘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.
Dallas Family On The Brink Financially While Trying To Protect 'High Risk' Toddler Daughter From COVID-19Trying to maneuver the world during a pandemic, with a child in a COVID-19 high risk group has North Texas parents Jessica Lusk and Dylan Garcia dealing with what they call "unbearable stress."
Tarrant County Under Public Health Warning As Coronavirus Cases Spike, ICU Beds 92% OccupiedTarrant County is now under a public health warning as virus case numbers reach what the public health director called “dire” levels.
Jump In Hourly Wages For Home Depot Workers As Housing, DIY Markets FlourishWorkers at Home Depot locations in Texas and across the country will be getting a heftier paycheck as the housing market booms and the company passes on the wealth.
Texas High Court Denies GOP Effort To Reject Houston VotesThe Texas Supreme Court on Sunday denied a Republican-led petition to toss nearly 127,000 ballots cast at drive-thru voting places in the Houston area.
Pandemic World Series Draws Smallest Crowd In More Than 100 YearsIt was the smallest Series crowd since 10,535 attended Game 6 in 1909 between the Tigers and Pittsburgh at Detroit's Bennett Park.
Eat Local, Support The Service Industry This Weekend At EAT. DRINK. COWTOWN.Sometimes with all the added stress of the pandemic, all you need is a glass of wine or extra helping of comfort food.
Approved For COVID-19 Rent Assistance, Some Tenants Still May Not Get Financial Help"For landlords to turn away help that tenants have gone through a lot of hoops to try and provide to meet their obligations is really hard to understand.”
Teaching Goes 'Total Recall' At Texas University, Hologram Technology To Launch In Response To COVID-19The challenge of creating safe classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a creative solution: beaming a professor into the classroom as a hologram.
Tarrant County Public Health Reports 4 More COVID-19 DeathsTarrant County Public Health reported four more COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday.
Job Losses, Fear Of Virus Complicate Latino Voter HopesData compiled by the The Center for Election Innovation and Research in early June shows overall voter registration in April was about 70% lower in 11 states.