I-Team: Relief Money Slow To Reach Desperate Texas Renters Facing EvictionWhile millions of dollars are still available for Texas renters impacted by the pandemic, the money is often not making it into the hands of those who need it
City Of Fort Worth Opens New Mass COVID Vaccination ClinicThe City of Fort Worth opened a new mass vaccination clinic this week and is already giving booster shots to those who are eligible.
Forget Instant Gratification, Age Of COVID Teaching Shoppers You Can't Always Get What You WantOnline shopping trained consumers to expect everything from groceries to furniture delivered at the click of a button. But the pandemic is teaching them to change their expectations and realize... you can't always get what you want.
Labor Day Weekend Activities In Full Swing Despite Delta Variant SurgeLabor Day Weekend activities are in full swing right now, even with the COVID-19 delta variant continuing to loom large over North Texas and the rest of the country.
USPS Has Shorted Some Workers' Pay For Years, Center For Public Integrity Investigation FindsManagers at hundreds of post offices around the country have illegally underpaid hourly workers for years, arbitrators and federal investigators have found.
Cook Children's Implores School District To Have Students Mask Up, Social Distance, Get VaccinatedCook Children's pediatric hospital in Fort Worth has once again sent a letter to North Texas Regional Schools including Fort Worth ISD advocating for COVID-19 safety.
MedStar Not Experiencing Any Challenges With Hospital ER Offload Delays Amid Spike In COVID CasesMedStar wants the community to know that they aren't experiencing the challenges with hospital ER offload delays that many EMS systems are currently facing in parts of Texas, and across the country.
Denton City Council Passes Temporary Mask Mandate, 'Strongly Urges' Face Coverings In Public, Indoor Spaces TooDenton City Council Thursday night voted to pass a mask mandate applying to all city entities, including businesses, schools and city buildings. It goes into effect Friday, Aug. 13.
Some North Texas Restaurants Still Struggling To Hire WorkersThe process to find employees in the food industry isn’t going as smoothly, especially not for Lonestar Café 66 in Rockwall.
When Unemployment Ended Early, Workers Sued And Some Are WinningTwenty-six governors across the U.S., including Texas' Greg Abbott, have announced they are shutting off enhanced unemployment benefits. In several states, workers are suing to restore those benefits.
Poll: Many Americans Would Keep Working From Home As Pandemic EasesCBS News finds remote working would be here to stay for awhile, if many Americans had their preference.
Texans Among Long-Term Jobless, Single Parents And Older Workers Bracing For Early Unemployment ShutoffTexas is one of 25 states — all with Republican governors — that have opted to curtail enhanced unemployment benefits two months early.
Jury Trials Resume In Dallas County After More Than A YearOver the last year, victims have seen justice put on hold, while defendants unable to make bond have languished in jail.
Secrets For Travelers During Surge In 'Revenge Travel'There are rules and regulations surrounding what documents you need to safely travel and what tests you need to take to get there and back home.
Trucker Shortage Causes Concern Over Gas SupplyThe pandemic has left the truck driving business bare, which in turn is causing concern that as things return to normal, the supply chain industry may take a hit.