Texas Gov. Abbott Bans State Agencies From Requiring Vaccine PassportsOn April 6, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order prohibiting state agencies or political subdivisions from creating COVID-19 passports.
Suicide New Leading Cause Of Traumatic Death For Young Patients At One North Texas HospitalSuicide surpassed car wrecks and child abuse as the leading cause of traumatic death in 2020 at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth.
CDC: Nearly 29% Of All Texans Have Had At Least One Coronavirus Vaccine DoseOfficials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say nearly 29% of the population in Texas has received at least one dose of the vaccination for COVID-19.
Some Businesses Want Customers To Wear Masks, Even As Texas & Other States Drop MandatesTexas’ statewide mask mandate ended on March 10 and although the state no longer requires people to wear face coverings to protect against COVID-19, customers do need them when entering some businesses.
'Broadband Access Is No Longer A Luxury': Gov. Greg Abbott Calls On Legislature To Get All Texans AccessDuring his State of the State address in February, the Governor named broadband access as an emergency item for the 87th legislative session.
DEA Educating Police, Schools, Community After Texas Teens Die After Taking Counterfeit Pills With FentanylThe Drug Enforcement Administration’s Dallas field office met with local law enforcement, school districts, and hospitals to discuss the growing impact of fentanyl on students and communities in North Texas.
Mavs' Luka Doncic Donates 100 Pairs Of Air Jordan Shoes To North Texas Healthcare StaffThis season's leading scorer for the Dallas Mavericks made a slam dunk this week when he made a donation to help local healthcare workers put their best foot forward.
Fort Worth's Stop Six Neighborhood Gets Permanent COVID Vaccination SiteThe Stop Six neighborhood in Fort Worth now has a permanent COVID vaccination site. Tuesday was opening day, and the goal was simple—get shots in arms.
Texas Is Opening Coronavirus Vaccinations To All Adults On March 29Until now it has been limited to designated groups, but on March 23 the Texas Department of State Health Services announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will open to all adult Texans in one week.
Most Americans Say The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Been Bad For Their WeightDealing with stress during the pandemic has caused physical changes for many Americans — some have gained undesired weight, and others have unintentionally lost weight.
North Texas Doctor Clay Cockerell And His Clinic Accused Of Racking Up $4.2 Million In Fake ClaimsThe Department of Justice has filed suit against a North Texas dermatopathologist and his clinic, claiming they submitted more than $4 million in fraudulent claims.
Find Out If You Suffer From 'Zoom Fatigue' And How To Prevent ItStanford professor Jeff Hancock helped research and identify the major factors of Zoom fatigue. He said excessive amounts of eye contact for long periods of time can make people feel more tired than usual.
Asian Restaurant In Texas Vandalized With Racist Graffiti After Owner Speaks Out About End Of Mask MandateOn the morning of March 14 Mike Nguyen got a text message alerting him that his Texas restaurant was spray-painted in red with racist messages.
Group 1C, Those 50 To 64, The Latest Texans Now Eligible To Receive The COVID-19 VaccineTexans, between the ages of 50 and 64, are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. According to Dallas County officials, thousands of vaccine invites have been distributed.
As Restrictions Ease, Texans Are Left Dealing With Psychological Effects Of COVID-19Now that Governor Greg Abbott has lifted all statewide COVID restrictions, many Americans are ready to ditch their masks and resume their old lives, but it may not be that easy for everyone.