Texas Man Accused Of Spending COVID-19 Relief Funds On Lamborghini, Strip ClubsA Texas man is accused of fraudulently obtaining more than $1.6 million in COVID-19 relief funds and spending it on items such as a Lamborghini and at strip clubs, the Department of Justice said.
Texas Summer Camps' Coronavirus Containment Could Serve As Example For SchoolsSky Ranch dealt with a series of COVID -19 cases this year, but the camp's president believes the rules put in place helped.
Wylie ISD Staffer Tests Positive For CoronavirusOthers exposed to the staffer from Burnett Junior High are being asked to quarantine.
UT Arlington Implementing Safety Protocols For 'Semester Like None Other' During PandemicUT Arlington is encouraging all students to minimize their exposure to others for two weeks before returning to campus.
Fort Worth To Provide Permanent Housing For Coronavirus-Vulnerable Homeless PeopleThe new units will provide housing for high-risk COVID-19-vulnerable and disabled people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Local Parents Crafting Backup Plans With Back To School UncertaintyIn class? Online? Parents know there are no easy answers. Even as districts across North Texas lay out complicated plans to return to school safely, COVID-19 is still in control.
5 Republican State Lawmakers Sue Gov. Abbott Over Coronavirus Tracing ContractThe lawsuit was filed by State Reps. Mike Lang, Kyle Biederman, Bill Zedler, Steve Toth and State Sen. Bob Hall.
Protesters Gather In Front Of Sen. Ted Cruz Office In Dallas Over Losing $600 Unemployment BenefitJobless restaurant workers rallied in front of Sen. Ted Cruz's office in Dallas Thursday in protest of the elimination of the extra $600 unemployment benefit.
Dallas Nonprofits Receiving $275,000 In Grants For Response To COVID-19Eleven nonprofits in Dallas are receiving a total of $275,000 in grants for their efforts in responding to COVID-19, Mayor Eric Johnson announced Wednesday.
Dallas ISD Spending $20 Million To Provide Students With Devices For Virtual LearningDallas ISD has invested $20 million in order to provide students with devices for virtual learning as it approaches the start of the new school year on Sept. 8.
Dallas Man In His 40s Dies Of Coronavirus Despite No Underlying High Risk Health ConditionsDallas County Health and Human Services reported 508 additional COVID-19 cases Wednesday and four deaths.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues Clinic For Alleged Fraudulent Coronavirus TestingAccording to the AG's office, Clinica Hispana claims its tests can diagnose an active infection, but the tests used by the clinic are not approved for such use.
Gov. Abbott To Visit Dallas Thursday To Discuss Flu Season While Dealing With COVID-19 PandemicTexas Gov. Greg Abbott is visiting Dallas on Thursday to discuss how the state is responding to the upcoming flu season while also dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Collin County Reports 84th COVID-19 Related Death, 317 New CasesThe death of an 81-year-old woman with an underlying health condition from COVID-19 is Collin County's 84th fatality related to the disease.
Fort Worth's Famed Billy Bob's Texas Reopening As A RestaurantThe Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is giving bars like Billy Bob’s the chance to reopen if they can alter their business model.