As Outbreaks Continue, Texas Begins 'Expanded' Coronavirus Testing In State PrisonsWith more than 43,000 inmates currently on precautionary lockdown, Texas announced that widespread COVID-19 testing will begin in state prisons.
24 More People Diagnosed With COVID-19 In Denton, 18 New RecoveriesDenton County Public Health today announced 24 new laboratory-confirmed cases of the coronavirus. 
Tarrant County Reports 485 New Coronavirus Cases, 423 Caused By Federal Prison OutbreakTarrant County Public Health (TCPH) reported 485 new cases of the coronavirus Sunday, of which 423 were caused by a federal prison outbreak.
Despite COVID-19 Induced Financial Turmoil, Some Property Owners Face Higher TaxesThe coronavirus is changing almost every aspect of life, including the way homeowners protest property taxes.
Coronavirus In Texas: Fort Worth Televangelist Kenneth Copeland Calls Out COVID-19, 'You Are Destroyed Forever'Fort Worth-based preacher and televangelist Kenneth Copeland called forth a “supernatural heatwave” last week to kill the coronavirus in New York City and “the rest of the world where it’s needed.”
Coronavirus In Texas: Less Invasive, Painful Test Coming To Dallas CountyHealthcare workers will soon offer a less invasive and painful nasal swab test for the coronavirus in Dallas county. 
Coronavirus Infecting Minorities In Dallas County At Higher RateHispanics and African Americans are infected with the coronavirus at a higher rate in Dallas County, compared to other racial and ethnic groups.
Texas Among Top States Using Marijuana During Coronavirus Outbreak According To Twitter DataThe map is based on tweets and hashtags about using marijuana, including phrases such as "smoke weed," "get high," and all related slang terms. 
Age No Longer A Criteria For Coronavirus Test In DallasStarting today, age is no longer a criteria for a person to get tested for coronavirus at the two testing sites in Dallas. 
Fort Worth Firefighters Gear Up, Takes Steps In Response To CoronavirusFort Worth firefighters will look a little different now in response to the COVID-19 crisis, and they don't want people to be startled by it.
People Stay Busy With Schools, Some Businesses Closed During Coronavirus OutbreakThe first Monday with widespread school and office closures due to COVID-19 forced North Texans to alter routines and find new ways to spend the day, while also trying to keep their distance from too many people.