Health Officials Report 19 New COVID-19 Cases In Collin CountyHealth officials are reporting 19 new COVID-19 cases in Collin County, including 8 in Plano.
Health Officials Report 32 New COVID-19 Cases In Collin CountyHealth officials are reporting 32 new coronavirus cases in Collin County, including 6 in Plano.
Number Of Collin County Coronavirus Cases Increases By 28, 12 Patients In PlanoThe total number of positive cases in Collin County now stands at 1,118, including more than 340 in Plano.
Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrmann Tests Positive For COVID-19In a tweet Justice Debra Lehrmann said she and her husband, Greg, started exhibiting symptoms, including fevers and body aches, last week.
Texas Church Cancels All Mass After Death Of Possibly COVID-19 Positive PriestA church in Texas has canceled mass indefinitely after one of its priests died and five others subsequently tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Children Suffering From COVID-19-Linked Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Identified In North TexasFour new cases of a severe illness affecting children, linked to COVID-19, have been identified at one North Texas hospital.
With Air Travel Down, Why Are Some Planes Still Crowded & Causing Social Distancing Issues?With so many crowded flights, with no chance for social distancing, the question being asked is: How can planes still be full when air travel is down more than 90% from a year ago?
Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, Hand Sanitizer Is Still Considered Contraband In Texas PrisonsThe CDC lists it as one of the things most effective in the battle against COVID-19, but alcohol-based hand sanitizer is considered contraband in Texas jails and prisons.
Texas A&M University Starts Trial Of Tuberculosis Vaccine To Fight The CoronavirusCurrent antibody tests help determine if a person has had the novel coronavirus, but there are serious questions about whether they work.
North Texas Restaurants Tweaking Their Plans To Safely Serve Customers During ReopeningNorth Texas businesses are getting ready to safely serve more customers, after Governor Greg Abbott’s announcement to start reopening the economy.
Texas Black Barbershop Owners Among Those Divided Over Coronavirus Social DistancingBlack barbers in Texas are engaging in a heated debate over whether cities and states should lift coronavirus social distancing mandates that have forced many of their businesses to close indefinitely.
After 1st Quarter Loss, Southwest Airlines Expects Revenue To Fall As Much As 95% In MayFor the first time in nine years, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines posted a quarterly loss and said Tuesday that the downturn in air travel that began in late February shows no signs of letting up.
As Reopening Begins, 25% Occupancy Cap Proves Challenging For Restaurants And For Cities Enforcing ItThe owner of Opa! Greek Taverna in Rowlett figures he’ll be able to seat no more than five tables at a time when his restaurant reopens its dining room on Friday.
VIDEO: Crowded American Airlines Flight Leaves No Room For Passengers To Practice Social DistancingSome criticism of Fort Worth-based American Airlines after a passenger boarded a weekend flight and found it nearly full, with no social distancing guidelines being practiced.
ACM Awards Moves To Grand Ole Opry In 'Music City' For First Time EverThe Academy of Country Music Awards are moving from Las Vegas to Music City for its 2020 awards ceremony.