Dallas Mavericks Welcoming Vaccinated Essential Workers With In-Person Fans At Home GamesThe Dallas Mavericks are following the Super Bowl’s lead, and inviting essential workers to be the first in the stands this season.
Seeking COVID-19 Vaccine? Texas Hospitals Offer TipsFirst, they recommend going online and check your doctor, local hospital, local pharmacy or local health department’s website and/or social media for vaccine availability information.
Not All North Texans At Front Of Line Rolling Up Sleeve For COVID-19 VaccineSome agencies indicated staff members were still navigating appointment portals and dealing with long waits in line to receive their dose.
Feed A Hero: Thousands Of North Texas First Responders Being Treated To Meals On ChristmasThis Christmas, more than 6,000 North Texas first responders will be served a hot barbecue meal. It’s all thanks to the non-profit Feed A Hero and community donations.
Starbucks Offering Free Coffee To Frontline Workers During DecemberStarting Tuesday through New Year's Eve, any person who identifies as a frontline responder to the coronavirus pandemic will be served a tall brewed iced or hot coffee at no cost.
Tense Video Shows Texas Firefighters Saving Man Trapped Inside Burning HomeDramatic footage of firefighters in Bryan, Texas saving a man from a burning home was broadcast on the reality TV show 'Live Rescue.'
North Texas First Responders Answer Call To Help Along Gulf Coast Following Hurricane LauraFirst responders in North Texas are answering the call for help along the coast, deploying teams to take part in the Hurricane Laura response.
Denton's New 'Take Me Home Program' Helps Those With Developmental Disabilities Find SafetyThe Denton Police Department is launching the Take Me Home Program, a free service that allows residents to register loved ones who may have difficulty communicating to first responders.
Wife Of Dallas Firefighter Helps Bring Rapid Coronavirus Testing To First RespondersAdriana Gallegos was frustrated her firefighter husband and fellow firefighters had to wait days to get their results from city-funded tests and missing work in the process. ​
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.