Texas Sets Daily Record With 10,865 New Coronavirus CasesThe new peak surge brings the state's case total ever closer to the 1 million-case mark with 974,230 cases reported since the pandemic began in early March, according to state figures.
Texas Coronavirus Hospitalizations Increase Nearly 2,500 Since Beginning Of MonthThe 5,650 hospitalizations reported Wednesday were also the most since Aug. 19.
'I'm Afraid They Are Going To End Up Failing': Many Texas Students Head To Class Online Without Reliable Internet ConnectionAt 42%, Dallas has the worst connection rate among the ten largest cities in the country.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas Launches Hotspot Tracking SurveyThe city says the survey is anonymous, but taking it will help track potential emerging COVID-19 hotspots faster than testing alone can provide.
Major Food Producer: U.S. Nearing Brink Of Virus-Linked Meat ShortageSmithfield Foods announced Sunday that it is closing its pork processing plant in Sioux Falls until further notice after hundreds of employees tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Current Supply Of Ventilators At Dallas Hospitals Meeting DemandThe current supply of ventilators at eight Dallas hospitals is meeting the demand of patients admitted with the coronavirus.
Some Texas Homeless Work As 'Hotspots' At SXSWAbout a dozen homeless people in Texas have earned money serving as Internet "hotspots" during a music, film and interactive festival.