Mixed Messages On COVID-19? Governor Tweets, Bars Still ClosedFor the moment, bars remain closed; but, Governor Greg Abbott has ramped up speculation about a possible reopening.
Kroger To Mandate Masks On All Customers Beginning Next Week"We are taking this extra step now because we recognize additional precautions are needed to protect our country," the company said.
Plano City Council Votes Down Mask MandateInstead, the council agreed to a "strong recommendation" that businesses have their own mask mandates.
McKinney Businesses Welcome Mask Mandate, Brace For Unhappy Customers“If I had a dollar for every business that said, ‘Please, please mandate masks,” said McKinney Mayor George Fuller.
Small Business Owners Navigate Complicated Corona Times, Hope Mask Ordinance HelpsTarrant County business owners who spoke to CBS 11 News say they support the new mask requirement, even if customers don’t.
American Airlines Gives Customers 'More Flexibility,' Extends No Fee ChangesIn an effort to give customers "more flexibility," American Airlines is extending its no fee changes to tickets through the end of June.
ADT Employee Spied On North Texas Customers' Home Security Systems, Lawsuit StatesBoth lawsuits say the employee was able to view customers’ intimate and private moments, including when they were nude or partially dressed.
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: Out Of Work? These Places Are HiringWhile the spread of COVID-19 forces many businesses to close their doors, turning away customers and employees, some companies are hiring to keep up with demand during the outbreak.
New Southwest Airlines Schedule Temporarily Reduces Flights By More Than 40%Southwest Airlines will reduce flights by more than 40%, to 2,000 flights a day from May 3–June 5.
DART Rail Line Delays Persist In Freezing WeatherAccording to DART, the extreme cold causes the overhead power lines to contract and break loose.
Roofer Investigated By The Ones For Justice Found Guilty Of TheftGregg Averitt was already awaiting trial related to 2018 charges, but earlier this year, prosecutors argued he had violated the terms of his bond.
Check Your Surfboard For $30, American Slashes Bag Fees For Sports, Music EquipmentAmerican is eliminating oversize bag fees for common sports and music equipment, effective for travel on or after May 21.
Walmart Expands Speedier Checkout ServiceWalmart will be rolling out a program that allows its staff to check out customers and provide receipts right on the spot in the busiest sections of the store.
Consumer Justice Investigates 'Hostage Movers'Presidential Moving Services is accused of holding people's belongings hostage and increasing agreed upon costs for services.