Dallas Area Arts Industry Sending Out An SOS To CongressThe Save Our Stages Act would provide $10 billion in funding to independent arts venues around the country.
Johnson County Taking Precautions Against COVID-19 Ahead Of New School YearFor the first time since March, Monday night is a school night for hundreds of students in Johnson County.
Texas Now Accepting Applications To Manufacture, Sell Consumable Hemp ProductsAs of August 2, a license to manufacture, process and distribute consumable hemp products is required.
Mesquite ISD Doles Out iPads, Chromebooks For Students Ahead Of Schools' Virtual StartNorth Texas school districts are in the process of finalizing back to school plans. And in Mesquite, that means making sure students are prepared as well.
Terrell Shooting Victim Dies, Suspect Now Wanted For MurderThe shooting happened in the 300 block of W. Newton St. on Saturday. Police identified the suspect as Michael Roy Sanders, Jr., 38. 
Coach Says COVID-19 Ban On HS Football Practice In Dallas County Could Increase Injury-RiskMore than 50 schools in Dallas County are affected by the public health order, which means organized practices cannot begin before September 8.
US Firearms Purchases Spike During Pandemic, According To FBI RecordsBackground checks associated with the sale, transfer or permitting of firearms in the country set an all-time record in June when the FBI conducted more than 3.9 million checks.
Dallas County Reports Lowest Number Of New Coronavirus Cases In 6 WeeksDallas County reported 382 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total confirmed case count to 51,490.
Rockwall Police Officer Tracy Gaines Passes Away After 4-Week Battle With CoronavirusOfficer Gaines was a school resource officer at the high school and an Air Force veteran.
'Cinemas Are Terrified Because They Haven't Figured Out How To Adapt Their Model For Streaming': CNET's Joan E. Solsman On The Future Of Movie TheatersWhat are the future of movie theaters? CNET senior writer Joan E. Solsman answers that questions and explains how COVID-19 has changed the movie industry forever.
Ceremonies For First Anniversary Of Deadly Mass Shooting At El Paso Walmart Reshaped By CoronavirusOn Monday, the Walmart delayed opening until noon. Residents and store employees wearing masks laid flowers and lit candles at a monument.