Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley Defends Mask Mandates: 'This Is A Small Inconvenience'He still believes they make a difference in stopping COVID-19, however, about a half dozen residents pushed back against that idea during a public meeting.
Coronavirus Fears Have North Texans Avoiding Emergency CareTexas Health says it has seen a decline in ER patients not related to COVID-19, and local EMS providers have seen a decrease in people calling 911.
Coronavirus In Texas: MedStar Concerned COVID-19 Fears Preventing Heart Attack Patients From Calling 911MedStar says that some patients are waiting too long to call, and, even when they do, many patients are reluctant to go to the hospital.
Patients Missing Medical Appointment In Fear Of Coronavirus Called 'Unnerving' By Dallas CardiologistEmergency rooms at hospitals across North Texas started seeing a steep drop in patients in mid-March, with some down more than 35%.
Coronavirus In Texas: Less People Going To ER For Fear Of COVID-19 ExposureWhen they do go in, for everything from chest pain to general sickness, emergency physicians said they are seeing some patients at a more advanced stage of illness.
'They Are Part Of The Fabric Of North Texas': Local Iranian Community Fears Danger At Home Amid US TensionsAfter recent tensions between the United States and Iran, those in a local Iranian community say they fear they may be in danger here at home.
Frequency Of Mass Shootings Has Some People Living With New Kind Of FearMental health experts say the stress and anxiety are impacting parents and kids alike, and the situation demands a difference response.
Latino Community Living In Fear After El Paso Walmart ShootingWhile public displays of mourning continue outside the Walmart in El Paso, some of the toughest conversations are happening inside Latino households.
Science Of Fear: The Upside To Stepping Into A Haunted HouseExperts say fear can actually be a form of therapy and can be a bonding experience when with a group.
"Halloween" Horror Films: Why People Are Dying To Get Their Fear FixThese days, audiences are dying to pay to get their fear fix. This year's sequel to the original "Halloween" had a monster opening, scaring up a staggering $77.5 million.
Austin Bombings: Expert Concerned Bomber Has Gone From 'Targeting Specific Individual' To ‘I Just Want To Kill Someone’It started with bombs in packages. But there is fear now that just simply walking anywhere could trip the next explosion in Austin.
Former FBI Agent On Package Bombs: 'You Don't Know Who's Going To Pick It Up'Law enforcement sources confirmed to CBS 11 News all three package bombs that exploded in Austin in less than two weeks had shrapnel and some kind of motion triggered detonation component.
Obama Tells Democrats To Reject Politics Of Division, FearFormer President Barack Obama called on fellow Democrats to reject politics of "division" and "fear" while rallying on Thursday with the party's candidates for governor in Virginia and New Jersey.
Terrifying Kidnapping Scam Hits North Texas FamiliesTwo 'fake kidnappings' were reported at DISD's Townview magnet last week, prompting the district to send out an alert to warn other families.
Famous North Texan Lives With Long List Of PhobiasA lot of people have phobias. Statistics show as many as 20% of Americans have a phobia at some point in their life.