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.
Texas Sees Above-Average Number Of COVID-19 Cases And Deaths TuesdayThe Texas Department of State Health Services reported 4,375 new cases and 59 new deaths on Tuesday.
As Pandemic Restrictions Ease, Child Abuse Reports Rise In North TexasA year ago, as the pandemic forced already fragile families into isolation, advocates noticed a sharp drop in reports, but warned that the situation was nothing to celebrate.
Fewer North Texans Opening Homes To New Pets With Schools And Businesses Back OpenThe number of shelter animals staying in foster homes has dropped back down to pre-pandemic levels.
Dallas ISD To Focus On Mental Health After Year Of 'A Lot Of Adjustments'In an effort to reach a wider audience, the district’s mental health department is hosting t its first ever Mental Health Matters Symposium on Saturday, May 1.
Free Health Insurance Available For Millions Who Lost Jobs During COVID-19 PandemicWhile much of the talk around the American Rescue Plan Act, passed by Congress in March, was about the $1,400 direct stimulus payment, the federal relief package also included six months of free COBRA health insurance.
Researchers Seeing Rising Obesity Rates In Children During PandemicResearchers are finding yet another side effect of the pandemic: rising obesity rates in children.
Fully-Vaccinated People Can Travel Safely, CDC SaysThe CDC says when people who are fully vaccinated travel within the U.S., they no longer need to get tested before or after their trip, unless their destination requires it.
'Developing Vaccines For Everyone, Everywhere' Johnson & Johnson Expands COVID-19 Booster Trial To Include AdolescentsPharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson says it is expanding the clinical trial of its coronavirus vaccine to include adolescents from age 12 to 17.
North Texans Steadily Returning To Shops, Restaurants In Last 3 MonthsAccording to Zenreach, visits have increased nearly 52% in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
'Sad Milestone', Report Says COVID-19 Fatalities Now Leading Cause Of Death In Dallas County A new report said mortalities due to the coronavirus pandemic are now the leading cause of death among Dallas County residents, surpassing heart disease, cancer and strokes in the past year.