CDC Changes School Guidance, Says Students Can Sit Closer At DesksStudents can sit just 3 feet apart in the classroom as long as they wear masks but should be kept the usual 6 feet away from one another at sporting events, assemblies, lunch or chorus practice, the CDC said Friday.
Woman Who Refused To Wear Mask At Texas Bank Arrested Again For Similar IncidentA woman who was arrested at a Galveston bank after she refused to wear a mask inside is now accused of a similar incident nearly a week later.
As Restrictions Ease, Texans Are Left Dealing With Psychological Effects Of COVID-19Now that Governor Greg Abbott has lifted all statewide COVID restrictions, many Americans are ready to ditch their masks and resume their old lives, but it may not be that easy for everyone.
With Mask Mandate Lifted, North Texas Businesses Packed For Spring Break, St. Patrick's DayOn top of spring break, St. Patrick’s Day and no statewide mask requirement, places around North Texas are packed.
Woman Arrested For Resisting, Trespass After Not Wearing Mask Inside Texas BankA woman was arrested at a bank in Galveston on Thursday after she refused to wear a face mask inside the building, police said. The encounter was captured on an officer's body camera.
Austin, Travis County Mask Mandate To Remain After Judge Delays Hearing Over Ken Paxton's LawsuitThe city of Austin and Travis County have won, for now, in a legal battle with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton over their continued requirement of face masks.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Suing Austin, Travis County For Not Lifting Local Mask MandateTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he's going through with his threat and suing the city of Austin and Travis County for their continued mandate of face masks.
With Mask Mandate Removed, Texas Businesses Stuck In The Middle"It's kind of like 'damned if we do and damned if we don't,'" said Amanda Terilli Loyd, managing partner of Terilli's on Lower Greenville in Dallas.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Threatens To Sue Austin, Travis County Over Local Mask OrdersTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is threatening to sue the city of Austin and Travis County after local officials decided to keep orders requiring face masks inside businesses in place.
Rangers To 'Fully Open' For Fans At Start Of 2021 Season, Masks To Be RequiredThe Texas Rangers on Wednesday announced they will "fully open" for fans when the 2021 season begins in April.
Mask Mandate Is Officially Lifted In Texas, But Many Locations Still Require You To CoverupTexans are no longer under a statewide mandate to wear face coverings in public, but residents shouldn't be too quick to throw out their masks.
Texas Restaurant Threatened With ICE Calls For Not Ending Mask Policy, Owner Says"Saying you shouldn't be going against the governor, they are going to send immigration and check green cards. What does that have to do with anything?" Texas restaurant owner Arnaldo Richards said.
Some North Texas Businesses Opt To Drop Mask Policy EarlySome businesses on Saturday said protection from COVID-19 should be up to the customers.
DART, Trinity Metro Keeping With Federal Face Mask RequirementThe mask mandate in Texas will be lifted on Wednesday, March 10, but that won't affect current operations at DART and Trinity Metro.
Biden Says It's 'Big Mistake' For Texas To Lift Mask Mandate: 'Last Thing We Need Is Neanderthal Thinking'President Joe Biden didn't mince words on Wednesday when he was asked about Texas lifting its statewide face mask mandate.