Texas COVID-19 Patient With '10% Chance Of Survival' Recovers After Oxygenation Treatment In Dallas HospitalDoctors said Mary Mariner, 64, had little chance of surviving after contracting COVID-19 in August and the virus attacked her heart.
Trump Administration's Coronavirus Task Force Recommends More Testing In TexasThe state isn't planning to impose additional testing requirements at this time, but that doesn't keep other entities from enacting the recommendations on their own.
17-Year-Old Israel Montantes Confesses to 8 Aggravated Robberies In DFW Area In Last 6 WeeksMontantes had been arrested for allegedly committing three aggravated robberies in less than an hour in Mesquite on Thanksgiving Day.
Fort Worth Code Compliance Officers Remind Businesses About New Coronavirus-Related Capacity RestrictionsIn the Fort Worth Stockyards Friday, Dec. 4, managers told code officers their own distancing protocols already had them well under the new limit.
Grapevine Father Goes 'Santa Crazy' For Kids In Need, Raises More Than $11K+ For CharityA Grapevine father is raising thousands of dollars this Christmas season, using Santa decorations -- and lots of them -- to grab people's attention.
Only 6 ICU Beds Available In Denton County: 'We Are At A Critical Point With COVID-19'“We must honor the lives of those around us by wearing masks when around anyone we do not live with," said Denton County Judge Andy Eads.
More Than 1,000 Migrant Children In US Government Custody Have Contracted COVID-19More than 1,000 migrant children in US government custody have tested positive for coronavirus since March, according to the federal agency charged with their care.
'Now Is The Time For Patriotism': Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Implores Citizens To Help 'Flatten The Curve'Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 906 additional positive COVID-19 cases in Dallas County along with eight deaths on Friday, Dec. 4.
Dallas Police Searching For Man Who Rammed 2 Men With His Car, Seriously Injuring ThemNewly-released surveillance video shows a man ramming into two victims with his car in the 7-Eleven parking lot located at 9713 Webb Chapel Road.
Friends Of The Katy Trail Surpass $8 Million Goal To Complete Path In DallasThe "Friends of the Katy Trail" board have wrapped up a $8 million project to put the final touches on the trail -- surpassing the goal by more than $400,000.
Red Oak Husband, Wife Sentenced In $15M Retirement Plan Embezzlement SchemeA Red Oak couple was sentenced to a combined 18+ years in federal prison for their roles in a $15 million retirement plan embezzlement scheme.
Hyundai Recalls 125K+ Vehicles For Safety Issue That Could Cause Engines To FailHyundai is recalling more than 125,000 vehicles in the U.S. because the engines could fail, but the action didn't happen until after the automaker was fined by regulators for delaying safety recalls.
Former Wylie HS Soccer Star Sarah Fuller Talks About Her History-Making Experience On GridironFuller kicked off the second half against Missouri last weekend. She'll kick again against Georgia this Saturday.
Pandemic Doesn't Stop Grapevine's Lighted Christmas Parade, But Does Change ItThe floats and bands taking part in the Grapevine tradition remained stationary on Main Street, so spectators could safely drive by in their own cars.
Business Occupancy Rollbacks Triggered In North Texas After 7 Straight Days Of High COVID-19 Hospitalization RatesGovernor Greg Abbott has previously said in an Executive Order that if COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to exceed 15% for seven days in a row, then business openings will have to be scaled back.