Growing Need In Texas And Beyond For Those Who've Recovered From Coronavirus To Donate PlasmaThe federal government is adding to the push for those who’ve been sick with COVID-19 to donate plasma.
Oklahoma Man Put To Death As U.S. Carries Out First Federal Execution In 17 YearsThe U.S. government has carried out the first federal execution in almost two decades, putting to death an Oklahoma man who killed husband, wife and their 8-year-old daughter in the 1990s.
Hours Before Scheduled Death Of Oklahoma Man, Judge Blocks Federal ExecutionsThe federal government was planning to carry out the first federal execution -- of an Oklahoma man-- in nearly two decades on Monday, but now it won't be happening.
North Texas Clinic Received $1.26 In Federal Coronavirus Relief While Big Hospitals Got Millions“It was very disappointing,” said owner Mac Okwah. “Here I am struggling to survive, doing everything I can, and seeing this check was just defeating.”
Federal Government Sending Medical Teams To DFW Hospitals During Coronavirus Hospitalizations SpikeU.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said the government is acting on a request made by Governor Greg Abbott.
Texas To Resume STAAR Testing Next School YearTexas public school districts haven't finalized their plans for a return to the classroom, but they know the state will resume its high-stakes standardized testing.
Some North Texas Lawmakers Look To End STAAR Testing Next School YearThe federal government would have to approve a request by Texas to waive STAAR testing for the 2021 school year.
Small Businesses Hoping For PPP Loan Changes As $140B Remains UnusedSome businesses say the restriction on the loans have not allowed them to use the money in the way they need it.
IRS Stimulus Debit Cards Being Cut Up, Mistakenly Reported As ScamThe IRS is sending out four-million stimulus payments in the form of Visa prepaid debit cards even though most people were expecting checks.
Some North Texas Small Business Owners 'Terrified' Loans May Not Be ForgivenAfter qualifying for a loan under the Paycheck Protection Program, some small business owners are now reluctant to spend it.
U.S. Airlines Seek Billions In Aid, TSA Allows Carry-On Liquid Hand SanitizerIt is asking for $29 billion in federal grants, with $25 billion for passenger airlines and $4 billion for cargo carriers.
U.S. Federal Government Resumes Death Penalty, Schedules 5 ExecutionsFor the first time since 2003, the U.S. federal government will resume executing death-row inmates.
Feds Scouting Potential Sites In North Texas For Migrant Children To StayThe surge of unaccompanied minors crossing illegally into the U.S. is overwhelming the government's facilities and shelters along the southern border and more places are needed to house them.
Texas Judge Allows Sutherland Springs Church Shooting Victims To Sue Gun RetailerA judge has ruled that victims of a mass shooting at Texas church can move forward with a lawsuit against a sporting goods chain where the gunman bought the weapon and ammunition used in the massacre.
Federal Employees Hoping Congress Compromises On Border Security, Avoids 2nd Shutdown: 'We Can't Really Get Comfortable'"We can't really get comfortable because we're not comfortable," said TSA screener Rick DeChiara. "Three weeks from now, we could be exactly where we were before."