As Nursing Homes Account For 40% Of Coronavirus Deaths, Victims' Families Blame Lack Of PPEWhen FEMA sent 15,000 nursing homes PPE earlier this month, staff at some of them said the supplies were ‘unusable’.
Sens. Cornyn, Cruz Urge Trump Administration To Continue Federal Funding Of Testing Sites In TexasSens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz are urging the Trump administration to continue federal funding of community-based testing sites in Texas as funding is expected to end next week.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson 'Stunned' By FEMA's Denial Of Disaster Declaration For Tornado DamageFEMA on Wednesday denied the state's appeal for a major disaster declaration for the damage caused by the October 20-21, 2019 storms that struck North Texas.
Dallas' 2 Federally-Supported Coronavirus Testing Sites Extended Through JuneThe testing sites at an American Airlines Center parking garage and Ellis Davis Field House will continue operations through at least June 30.
City Of Dallas Furloughs 500 Employees Across Different DepartmentsEmpty restaurants and stores along with the rest of the coronavirus shutdown slashed sales tax revenues in the city.
Federal Funding To Help Texans Impacted By Coronavirus Seek Crisis CounselingThe Texas Health and Human Services Commission has received $5.8 million in federal funding to provide crisis counseling services.
Governor Abbott Appeals FEMA Denial Of Major Disaster Declaration For North Texas TornadoesGovernor Greg Abbott said Tuesday the state of Texas formally appealed FEMA's denial of Major Disaster Declaration request for Public Assistance.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tough Budgets Ahead For City Of DallasEmpty restaurants and stores along with the rest of the Covid-19 shutdown will slash sales tax revenues in the city of Dallas.
Behind-The-Scenes Look At Coronavirus Community-Based Testing Site In DallasFEMA has provided all of the testing kits and protective gear for healthcare workers at both Dallas sites.
Gov. Greg Abbott Expected To Appeal After FEMA Denies Disaster Aid For Dallas Tornado OutbreakThe Dallas area has been waiting months for millions of dollars in aid after the tornadoes ravaged through North Texas and destroyed many homes, businesses and schools.
FEMA Denies Disaster Aid For Dallas Area Tornado Outbreak In OctoberFEMA has denied a major disaster declaration request by Texas for damage caused by the tornado outbreak in Dallas County in October 2019.
Dallas ISD Insurer To Provide FEMA Key Information About Tornado LossesMore than three months after the tornado, Dallas area leaders are still waiting for the federal disaster declaration.
Senators Cruz And Cornyn Urging FEMA To Expedite North Texas Tornado Damage EstimatesThis follows their letter to President Trump earlier this month asking him to expedite FEMA’s review and to support Governor Abbott’s request for a federal disaster declaration.
Dallas Area Not Qualified For FEMA Disaster Aid Following EF-3 Tornado; Delay To ContinueDespite all of the damages to public infrastructure in the Oct. 20 storms, the Dallas area still does not qualify for the FEMA threshold to receive a 75% reimbursement.
Senators Cornyn, Cruz Call On President Trump To Send Disaster Aid To Dallas Area After October TornadoesIt has been nearly three months since the October 20, 2019 tornado outbreak in North Texas and there is no sign yet of the federal government stepping in to help.