Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office Expects Surge In Deaths, Doubles Storage Space With Refrigerated TrucksThe Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s office is expecting a surge in deaths, and for hospitals and funeral homes to run out of space to store bodies.
Not Wearing A Face Mask In Houston Could Cost You $250Mayor Sylvester Turner revealed Monday that he has instructed Houston police to issue citations to people who don't wear masks in public.
Coronavirus Is Ravaging South Texas Families And Medical TeamsThe families ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic all share the common theme and frustration that so many people around them don't take the pandemic seriously enough.
Denton City Council Extends Face Coverings Order Through August For Essential BusinessesThe Denton City Council voted that essential businesses in the city must continue to require all employees and customers to wear face masks.
'It's Your Constitutional Right To Stay Open,' Texas Bar & Nightclub Alliance Suing StateIn a Facebook post, the organization called Gov. Abbott's executive order, "irresponsible and shameful."
Veteran Dallas ISD Police Officer Leaves ICU After 66 Days Battling COVID-19Cheers and smiles took over once concerned faces Tuesday morning as Sgt. Vincente Remediz left Methodist Mansfield Medical Center.
Free Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Set For Wylie And FriscoState and local authorities will set up scheduled free drive-through COVID-19 testing clinics in Wylie on June 3, and in Frisco on June 4.
Bicycle Sales Booming During Coronavirus PandemicIt may be the hottest sport of the coronavirus: biking. When the world shut down, the lines outside of the bike shops appeared.
Leaving Hand Sanitizer In Your Car During Texas Heat - Don'tThere's a hidden risk with keeping hand sanitizer in your car, especially during the hot summer months.
Governor Abbott, Texas National Guard Launch Disinfection Mission For Nursing FacilitiesGovernor Greg Abbott announced that the Texas National Guard has activated Facilities Disinfection Teams to support Texans in nursing homes and to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
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.
Cedar Hill State Park Closed After Positive Coronavirus Case ReportedThe Texas Parks & Wildlife is urging anyone who visited Cedar Hill Park lately to "be mindful of how they are feeling" after someone at the park tested positive for coronavirus.
College Campus Life Impacted By Coronavirus, In-Home Placement Tests 'New Normal'Major changes are coming for high school students preparing for college testing.
Age No Longer A Criteria For Coronavirus Test In DallasStarting today, age is no longer a criteria for a person to get tested for coronavirus at the two testing sites in Dallas.
64-Year-Old Man Is Collin County's First COVID-19 DeathIt's Collin County's first death due to coronovirus and the second thus far in North Texas.