McKinney Mayor Announces City-Wide Mask Requirement To Stop Spread Of CoronavirusMcKinney Mayor George Fuller announced a new mask requirement Monday afternoon for businesses and nonprofits.
McKinney To Discuss Possible Face Mask Ordinance, Mayor SaysOfficials in McKinney will be discussing on Monday a possible order of requiring face masks inside businesses, the city's mayor said Saturday.
Protests, Marches Over George Floyd's Death Expanding In North TexasNine people were arrested Tuesday evening in Lewisville and police used tear gas after protesters blocked a road.
Parents Adjusting As Child Care Industry In Texas Gets Green Light To ReopenThe state is now restricting child care centers to no more than 10 children per caregiver and 20 to a room with two caregivers.
McKinney Police Investigating Body Found Floating In PondDetectives are investigating following the discovery this morning of a body in a pond in front of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in McKinney. 
'Brought Me To Tears': Blue Angels Salute Was Personal For Some North Texas ResidentsWednesday's salute to frontline workers by the Navy's Blue Angels became personal for some North Texas residents who are affected directly by the coronavirus pandemic.
McKinney To Offer Up To $1,500 Grants To Small Businesses, Nonprofits Impacted By CoronavirusApplications will be accepted online for 10 days starting Friday, May 1.
Ones For Texas: Local Apartment Starts Food Pantry, Dallas Non-Profit Delivers 100,000 Meal Kits To People In NeedA McKinney apartment complex started a food pantry for its residents who need help, and Cafe Momentum in Dallas has now delivered over 100,000 meal kits to students and families in need.
Huge Food Giveaway In McKinney Highlights Job Loss, Hunger Problem During Coronavirus PandemicFamilies lined up to receive approximately 35,000 pounds of food outside McKinney ISD's football stadium on Tuesday.
'Retail To Go': Small Local Retailers Reopen For Curbside Service After Coronavirus ShutdownSmall North Texas businesses opened their doors for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak for "retail to go," which began Friday.
Coronavirus In Texas: 2 McKinney Women Die From COVID-19 At Nursing HomeTwo elderly women with underlying health conditions and COVID-19 died at a nursing home facility in McKinney in the last two days.