Coronavirus Hospitalizations In Texas Approach Pandemic's Summer PeakTexas Department of State Health Services reported 10,868 patients hospitalized with confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state on Christmas
Researchers Mapping COVID-19 Hotspots Say Dallas County Residents More Vulnerable Than EverThe numbers show people in 75211, which covers Cockrell Hill and parts of Oak Cliff, are the most vulnerable to the virus.
Fort Worth Church Goes Virtual For Christmas Celebrations: 'Christmas Happens In Your Home, Where You Are"With Christmas approaching, a day when many typically hold large programs, a church in Fort Worth is getting creative to celebrate virtually.
WATCH: Superheroes Rappel Down Texas Cancer Hospital To Surprise Child PatientsPediatric patients at a Texas cancer treatment and research hospital were treated to a surprise from their favorite superheroes Thursday morning.
Austin Health Official Says Christmas Will Be Memorable 'For The Wrong Reasons'The top health official in Austin warned Tuesday, Dec. 15, that Christmas and New Year’s are likely to be grim as the coronavirus continues its aggressive surge in Central Texas.
Residents Urged To Assess COVID-19 Risk Of Various Activities During HolidaysA new tool, funded in part by the National Institutions of Health, can help people make decisions about their plans this year.
Irving USPS Warehouse Causing Traffic Problems Due To Influx In Holiday DeliveriesNew plans are in place Thursday by the Irving Police Department after nearly a week of traffic caused by holiday deliveries on Highway 161.
Drive-Thru Holiday Experience Opens At American Airlines Center Parking GarageEach level of the parking garage will showcase a different holiday lights display. The themes include the North Pole, South Pole, Nativity and New Year's.
North Texas' Vocal Majority Goes Virtual For Holiday ConcertA North Texas musical group has found a way to keep the show going during the pandemic. Vocal Majority has entertained audiences around Christmas time for nearly 40 years.
Empty Seats, Virtual Gatherings Part Of COVID-19 Effects On ThanksgivingWhether it be families to lost loved ones to COVID-19 or residents choosing to gather virtually, the pandemic has deeply affected Thanksgiving plans this year.
Texas Medical Association Rates Holiday Activities For COVID-19 RiskThe scale goes from 1 to 10, with 10 being the riskiest for contracting COVID-19.
North Texas Grandparents Send Family Cardboard Cutouts Since They Couldn't Travel For ThanksgivingWhen the pandemic kept Rockwall grandparents Missy and Barry Buchanan from traveling to their kids' house to see their grandchildren for Thanksgiving, they had to get creative.
Panther Island Ice Rink In Fort Worth Opens With COVID-19 ProtocolsThe rink normally holds about 150 people at a time, but this year, staff is limiting capacity to half of that.
Parade Of Lights In Fort Worth Reimagined So Residents Can Enjoy From HomeThe reimagined parade will premiere this Sunday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. on TXA 21. It will also be shown online.
Some College Campuses Encouraging Student COVID-19 Tests Before Holiday BreakSchools across the U.S. are working fast to increase COVID-19 testing as college students prepare to go home for the holidays. The effort is in hopes of keeping infections from spreading further as the virus surges across the country.