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.
Health Expert: Contact Tracing No Longer Possible Across US South Due To Rapid Coronavirus SurgesAlong with 1,214 new cases, Dallas County reported a 16% increase in new hospitalizations Monday.
Six Flags Takes Social Media Break, Wants To 'Invest In Platforms Devoid Of Hate Speech'It's a decision the company says, that strives to be "thoughtful and considerate of where we place our advertising dollars to ensure that we invest in platforms devoid of hate speech and harmful content."
Texas Bars Forced To Close Again, Restaurants Rolled Back To 50% Capacity“At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars."
11 Texas Immigration Detainees Test Positive For COVID-19Eleven detainees at a South Texas family detention center have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported Thursday.
NAACP Demands 'Real Change And Action,' Presents List Of Demands To Fort Worth City CouncilA local NAACP chapter presented a letter with a list of demands concerning police and community relations for Fort Worth city council members on Tuesday night.
President Trumps Travels To US-Mexico Border For First Time In 2020President Donald Trump is taking his first 2020 trip to the US-Mexico border Tuesday amid ongoing concerns about an uptick in coronavirus cases and on the heels of his foray back on the campaign trail in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Texas Attorney General 'Disappointed' Supreme Court Rules Against Trump’s Attempt To End DACATexas Attorney General Ken Paxton says he's disappointed with the Supreme Court's decision to reject Trump administration's attempt to end the DACA program.
U.S. Extends Non-Essential Travel Restrictions With Mexico And CanadaThe United States has decided to extend its agreement with Mexico and Canada to keep their border closed to non-essential travel until July 21 during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hackers Interfere With Police Radio Communications During Black Lives Matter ProtestsAuthorities are investigating interference with radio communications and websites or networks used by police and other officials during protests.
'Thoughtfully Listening,' Birdville ISD Considers Abolishing School's Confederate ThemesBirdville ISD is "evaluating the effects of possible changes," to Richland High School’s Confederate themes.
Dallas County Reports 254 More COVID-19 CasesHealth officials are reporting 254 additional positive cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 12,347, including 264 deaths.
Trump Praises Governor Greg Abbott As Texas Rolls Back LimitsTexas has had more than 34,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and more than 940 deaths. And cases are creeping up.
Mexican Man Dies In ICE Custody; 10th Since OctoberU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Monday identified the man as Ramiro Hernandez Ibarra and said he died Saturday after being hospitalized Thursday.
Lawyers: ICE Arrests Trans Migrant Woman Month After ReleaseLawyers for a transgender woman from El Salvador who won her release from immigration detention say she was arrested.