Can You Trust Home COVID-19 Test Results?If you can get your hands on one, at-home rapid tests have become an important tool in determining if you have COVID. But can you trust the results?
Some Teachers Concerned After Dallas ISD Amends COVID Safety Measures, Shortens Return To CampusDallas ISD and others are following the CDC’s guidelines, which changed last month. But the Texas Education Agency says students should still stay home for 10 days.
University Of Texas Starting Spring 2022 Classes Online Due To Surge In COVID CasesThe University of Texas is asking its professors to teach remotely for the first two weeks of the spring semester -- due to a surge in COVID cases.
COVID Surges As Winter Break Ends And Students Return To Class In The Richardson ISDDespite a rise in pediatric COVID-19 cases, the Richardson Independent School District is actually scaling back their precautions.
Church Leaders At Risk As COVID Takes A Toll On Pastors As Well As ParishionersThe pandemic has taken its toll physically and emotionally. People that many Americans turn to, church leaders and pastors, are also feeling the stress.
Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick In Quarantine After Testing Positive For COVID-19The Lieutenant Governor of Texas, Dan Patrick, has tested positive for COVID-19.
FDA Authorizes COVID Booster Shots For Adolescents As Young As 12The FDA has expanded the emergency use authorization for Pfizer's COVID vaccine boosters to include healthy children as young as 12.
Citing Rising Omicron Cases, UT-Dallas Delays Start Of Spring SemesterOne North Texas university won't be welcoming students back on campus as originally scheduled for the spring semester.
Texas Asks FEMA For More Federal COVID Testing Sites, Medical Personnel, Antibody TreatmentsTexas has requested support from FEMA for more COVID testing sites in several counties, including Dallas and Tarrant.
Dallas Theater Center Cancels 'A Christmas Carol' Performances After Positive COVID CaseThe Dallas Theater Center is canceling some upcoming performances of 'A Christmas Carol' at the Wyly Theatre in the Arts District.
'It's OK If You're Not OK,' Getting Through The Holidays After LossMany tend to think of Christmas as a time of joy and cheer, but it can be a very difficult time for some. That’s especially true during the backdrop of a pandemic.
Kroger Ending Some COVID Benefits, Adding Surcharges For Unvaccinated WorkersKroger is ending some benefits for unvaccinated workers as the company attempts to compel more of their workforce to become vaccinated as cases of COVID-19 are again rising.
Last Call For Low-Cost Craft Beer Prices; Aluminum Can Shortage Driving Up Expenses For North Texas BreweriesBesides aluminum, the price of electricity, steel is going up and because of drought, hops is also in short supply this year.
'Less Severe' Omicron Variant In 29 States, Including TexasThe Omicron variant is now in 29 states according to the CDC, including cases here in North Texas.
Texas Doctor Suspended From Hospital After Spreading COVID-19 MisinformationA hospital in Texas has suspended the privileges of a doctor who spread misinformation about COVID-19 on social media.