'This Is The Worst Thanksgiving Of My Life': Arlington Mechanic Watches Shop Crumble During Tornado“We had already been struggling because of corona (virus). We got the good days and the bad days, but this is the worst day,” Joanna Ulloa said.
Dallas County Reports 1,386 New Coronavirus Cases, 6 DeathsDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is advising residents to avoid crowds, including shopping crowds and not to have get-togethers in the home.
Tarrant County Sends Out Blast Urging Citizens To Stay Home During Rapid Rise In COVID-19 Cases"For the upcoming holiday season, do not attend gatherings other than with our immediate household members," the message said.
North Texas Hospital Workers Describe Their Fatigue Treating COVID-19 Patients In VideoWarnings from healthcare community are becoming more urgent, as hospitalizations for COVID-19 climb.
Sharp Rise In Women Killed By Partners Since Pandemic Began, Say Women's Advocates"She's passionate, spunky, brilliant," said Sally Atiyeh as she described her daughter, Atiyeh Chatmon. "She has always been mommy's mini twin and daddy's little girl."
Dire Warning From Dallas Hospital CEO: Coronavirus Second Surge Exhausting StaffFrustrated. Worried. And just about worn out. Those on the front lines of the Covid pandemic making urgent pleas for the community to take precautions.
North Texas Grandparents Send Family Cardboard Cutouts Since They Couldn't Travel For ThanksgivingWhen the pandemic kept Rockwall grandparents Missy and Barry Buchanan from traveling to their kids' house to see their grandchildren for Thanksgiving, they had to get creative.
Face Coverings To Remain Required Inside Tarrant County Businesses Through FebruaryJudge Glen Whitley said he is relying on the advice of local medical professionals he trusts, as well as support from other residents who aren’t speaking out during public meetings.
'It's Awesome Helping People': Hundreds Turn Out For North Texas Food Bank's Final Distribution Before Thanksgiving“Today actually happens to be one of our larger distributions,” North Texas Food Bank Senior Manager of Community Partner Relations Reid Ainsworth said.
Gov. Greg Abbott's Office Approves Of Curfew In El Paso County To Help Stop Coronavirus SpreadIn a letter sent last week to Gov. Abbott, El Paso County Judge Ricardo Samaniego wrote the curfew would be limited in nature and would run from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Dallas County Reports 1,716 New Coronavirus Cases, 7 DeathsThere is a cumulative total of 120,999 cases (PCR test), including 1,197 confirmed deaths after seven more were announced Tuesday.
COVID-19 Outbreak: North Texas Nursing Home Says More Than 40% Of Residents InfectedA spokesperson for Longmeadow Healthcare Center in Justin confirmed 51 residents and 18 staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 at the 120-bed facility.
Tarrant County Leaders Expected To Extend COVID-19 Disaster Declaration Through FebruaryAn order requiring face coverings could also be extended through the winter.
Dallas County Sees Hundreds Fewer Coronavirus Cases Monday: 'Good News, But Too Early To Call A Trend'Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 541 additional positive cases of COVID-19 on Monday, Nov. 23.
Dallas Hands Out 37 COVID-Related Code Compliance CitationsDallas Code Compliance Manager Paul Ramon said in post cases when businesses were contacted about a violation, they complied.