Texas Teachers Are Making Surprise, In-Person Visits To Students Struggling With Online LearningThere are teachers in Texas and across the country that are going the extra mile-- literally -- to try and help students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dallas County Judge And Health Director Say It's 'Still Too Early' To Fully Reopen Texas"We would love to be able to get back to normal, but with all the variables that are out there, we still have a lot more people that need to be vaccinated. It's not the time to relax."
Downtown Dallas Skyline Lit Up In Honor Of COVID-19 Victims, SurvivorsDallas is one of more than 140 cities supporting an effort to declare the first Monday in March “COVID Victims and Survivors Memorial Day."
'Our Death Totals Should Begin To Decline' Says Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins On COVID-19Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 614 additional COVID-19 cases and 24 more deaths in Dallas County on Thursday, Feb. 25.
Woman In 30s With No Underlying Health Problems Among 18 New COVID-19 Deaths In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reported 412 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County on Tuesday.
Dallas County Reports 40 More COVID-19-Related Deaths, Only 290 New Cases"The new COVID case numbers are artificial due to a lack of reporting and the lack of testing during the extreme winter weather," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Apply Now: $1.3B Available To Help Texans Pay For Up To 3 Months Rent, UtilitiesThis week, the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs began accepting applications for the largest statewide COVID-19 rent and utility relief program.
Dallas County Reports 939 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 Deaths SaturdayDallas County saw its second deadliest week to COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
Dallas County Reports 845 New COVID-19 Cases, 40 Deaths FridayDallas County on Friday reported 845 new COVID-19 case, along with 40 more deaths.
As Bitter Cold Settles In, COVID-19 Complicating Efforts To Help HomelessAs dangerously cold weather settles in across North Texas, efforts to protect the homeless are complicated this year by COVID-19.
Dallas Man In 20s With No Underlying Health Conditions One Of 37 New Deaths Reported In CountyDCHHS also reported 1,231 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County on Wednesday.
Despite Uncertainty, State Fair Of Texas Looking For Help Planning 2021 EventThe State Fair of Texas is asking for the public's help in planning its 2021 event in the fall despite uncertainty of whether it will take place as scheduled.
Pregnant Woman In Her 20s Among 30 New COVID-19 Deaths Reported In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reported 1,303 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County on Tuesday.
Kroger Offering $100 To Workers Who Get Vaccinated For COVID-19Kroger is offering $100 to each of its 500,000 workers who gets vaccinated against COVID-19.
Texas Continues To See Decrease In COVID-19 HospitalizationsThe number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Texas fell again Sunday after dipping below 10,000 for the first time since December on Saturday.