A Total Of 55 Dallas Fire Rescue Firefighters Have Tested Positive For The CoronavirusOfficials with Dallas Fire Rescue report that as of July 4 a total of 55 firefighters and civilian employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
1 Dead, 1 Rescued From Car Crash 'In Past Few Days' In Fort WorthPolice believe the crash happened "in the past few days," but the vehicle had not been found because it wasn't visible from the road.
North Texas Robotics Company Making Face Shields For Those On Frontlines Of Coronavirus PandemicVex Robotics transformed its facility in Greenville into a hub for manufacturing protective face shields they’re calling “RobotShields.”
Coronavirus In Texas: 2 Dallas Schools To Offer Free Child Care For First Responders, Health Care WorkersThey've been empty for weeks, but soon two Dallas ISD schools will be serving those whose families are serving us.
First Responders Take Advantage Of COVID-19 Antibody Tests, 'Exposure A Concern'First responders are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic and it has left many wondering if they were exposed to the virus, even if they haven't shown symptoms.
Coronavirus In Texas: Nonprofit Helping Get Personal Protective Equipment To Denton County First RespondersTeam Rubicon, a veterans service organization, is responding to Denton County's request to run a PPE drive for local first responders.
Unions In Texas, Other States Want To Elevate Grocery Store Workers To Status Of First RespondersUnions in Texas and many other states are pressing governors to elevate grocery workers to the status of first responders.
Coronavirus In Texas: State Effort Underway To Increase Number Of EMS, First Responders During PandemicMedical directors for licensed EMS providers can permit individuals who are qualified, though not formally certified, to provide critical emergency response services.
Dallas Cowboys, United Way Join Other Groups To Launch Local COVID-19 Relief FundraiserNorth Texans are being invited to join a philanthropic effort to raise funds for first-responders, nonprofits and those working on the front lines across the Metroplex during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fort Worth First Responders Receive Hand Sanitizer Made By Local Whiskey DistilleryFirst responders in Fort Worth are receiving a much-needed helping hand in the form of hand sanitizer that was made by a local whiskey distillery.
Fort Worth Firefighters Don New Equipment In Hopes To Slow Coronavirus SpreadAs of Wednesday, firefighters will now wear their firefighting masks with a clip on respirator cartridge to all medical calls.
North Texas Police Officer Makes Appearance In Verizon Super Bowl CommercialA Balch Springs police officer made a big appearance in a Verizon commercial that debuted during Super Bowl 54 Sunday.
Fort Worth Firefighter Struck While Working Crash Shares Message For DriversA Fort Worth firefighter spent her 20th anniversary with the department in the hospital after a car hit her while responding to a crash.
Irving Fire Department Using Old Equipment To Protect First Responders On Roadsides“Distracted drivers, the speed they have on the roadways nowadays – this is the most dangerous part of our job,” Irving Fire Battalion Chief Robert McWilliams said.
First Responders Line Up Along I-30 In Fort Worth To Honor 2 Fallen West Texas HeroesFirst responders lined up along I-30 in Fort Worth to honor two fallen heroes from west Texas Sunday afternoon.