Dallas County Starting To See Clusters Of Confirmed Coronavirus Cases At Assisted-Living FacilitiesAs Dallas County approaches the 500 mark in confirmed coronavirus cases, Judge Clay Jenkins said the county is starting to see clusters of these cases assisted-living facilities.
Dallas County Reports 49 New Cases Of Coronavirus, 10th DeathAs of Sunday morning, DCHHS is reporting 49 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County, bringing the total to 488.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Warns Residents To Social Distance On TrailsDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says many were not practicing social distancing during the nice weather this weekend.
Former Sports Star, North Texas Youth Coach Orlando McDaniel Dies From CoronavirusFormer sports star and North Texas youth coach Orlando McDaniel passed away from the coronavirus Saturday morning. He was 59.
2 More Die From Coronavirus In Dallas County As Total Cases Near 500The 8th and 9th deaths from COVID-19 are being reported as a DeSoto man in his 50s and a Dallas man in his 70s. 
Officials Confirm 64 New Cases Of Novel Coronavirus In Dallas County, Total Nearing 375Officials with Dallas County Health and Human Services said there are 64 additional people in the county who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Despite Dallas County's 'Stay At Home' Order, Garland Police Receive Reports Of Closed Business Break-InsDallas County’s shelter-in-place order has not stopped people from committing crimes — Garland police have received reports of temporarily closed businesses being broken into.
Dallas County Reports 56 Additional Coronavirus CasesHealth officials are reporting 56 additional positive cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 303.
Dallas County Reports 78 Additional Positive Coronavirus Cases, 247 TotalDallas County Health and Human Services is reporting 78 additional positive cases of coronavirus, bringing to the total case count in Dallas County to 247.
Dallas County Looking To Avoid Shortage Of Hospital Beds As Number Of Coronavirus Patients RisesAs the number of coronavirus cases continue to grow in North Texas, concerns are beginning to be raised about the availability of hospital beds.
Collin County’s New Coronavirus Order Allows More Businesses To Stay Open Than Other Area CountiesCollin County residents are being told to stay home unless they want fresh air, go to the doctor and buy essential items.