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.
Coronavirus In Collin County: 160 Total Confirmed Cases, 47 RecoveriesOn the last day of March, Collin County officials have reported 160 total confirmed cases of coronavirus and that 47 of those patients have "successfully recovered."
JCPenney Furloughs Most Workers, Extends Store Closures Due To CoronavirusThe coronavirus crisis continues to impact the economy, with retailer JCPenney announcing Tuesday it will extend the temporary closure of its stores and temporarily furlough the majority of its hourly associates.
Clear Shields Going Up At Cash Registers For All Businesses On Military Bases The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is installing clear acrylic shields at cash registers in all of its stores to protect customers and associates during the coronavirus pandemic.
SMU QB Shane Buechele Starts Coronavirus GoFundMeSMU quarterback Shane Buechele has become the latest collegiate athlete to start a GoFundMe fundraiser to help victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas Mayor Begs Residents To 'Please Keep Your Distance' When In Parks And On City TrailsAs the number of positive COVID-19 cases grows, the City of Dallas is enacting a new set of regulations requiring hospitals to give leaders daily reports regarding ventilator and hospital bed capacity.
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.
Billy Gillispie Named Tarelton State Head Coach For Transition To DIBilly Gillispie was named head coach at Tarleton State, taking over a program making the transition from NCAA Division II to Division I.
Ones For Texas: North Texans Stay Entertained Outdoors, Free Groceries In Fort Worth For Families In NeedSome North Texas residents are staying entertained with unique outdoor activities, while one Fort Worth store is looking to provide groceries for families in need.
Judge Blocks Dallas Employee Sick Leave Ordinance Set To Begin April 1A judge has stopped the City of Dallas from enforcing an ordinance that requires private businesses to offer paid sick leave.
Dallas ISD Following Social Distancing Guidelines By Having Students Pick Up Meals Once A WeekIn an effort to keep students and parents from leaving their homes often, Dallas ISD has changed their grab-and-go program by offering a week's worth of meals that can be picked up once a week.