Houston Cancels In-Person Texas GOP Convention Due To Surge In Coronavirus Cases“The public health concerns outweighed anything else," Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said Wednesday afternoon.
Dallas ISD Nurses Preparing For Return To School Despite Coronavirus PandemicAt this point, it looks like Dallas ISD parents will have the option of sending their students back to school ​in the fall and school nurses are now having to ​prepare for a number of things. ​
North Texas Cities Holding Off On Testing Raw Sewage For CoronavirusSome cities around the country are testing samples of raw sewage to look for COVID-19 faster than human lab testing can.
Woman In 20s, Man In 40s With No Underlying Health Conditions Among 16 New Coronavirus Deaths In Dallas CountyFor the sixth day in a row Dallas County reported more than 1,000 new cases of COVID-19.
State Investigates Lake Worth Nursing Home, More Than 60 Residents MovedAt least 20 of the residents have COVID-19, although it's not yet clear if that's why MedStar is moving them.
Brakes Slammed On Fort Worth Auto Show Due To Health Concerns During Coronavirus PandemicThe North Texas Automobile Dealers announced Wednesday the 2020 Fort Worth Auto Show set for November 6-8 has been canceled.
Fort Worth Sailor On Front Lines Of U.S. Navy Coronavirus FightA U.S. Sailor, and Fort Worth native is playing a critical role in the Navy's efforts to maintain a healthy and ready fighting force in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
State Fair Of Texas' Cancellation Big Blow To Businesses That Depend On It For IncomeThe State Fair estimates it creates about 7,000 seasonal jobs every fall.
Debate Over How To Slow The Spread Of Coronavirus In Texas IntensifiesBoth Gov. Abbott and Dallas County Judge Jenkins agree slowing the spread of the virus will boost the economy, but how to achieve that is a different story.
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.
International Student In North Texas Feels He's Being Punished By New ICE PolicyVictor Tralci is a University of North Texas graduate student working on his master’s degree.