Big Grocery Chains Look To Avoid Empty Shelves By Restricting Amount Of Same Items One Can BuyKroger is only allowing customers to buy two of certain items like toilet paper and disinfecting wipes, supplies that were flying off store shelves as people panicked earlier this year.
Social Media App 'Parler' Favored By Right-Wing Conservatives After Presidential ElectionAn alternative social media network is shooting up the charts in the wake of the presidential election. Parler is gaining popularity in conservative circles.
El Paso Surpasses Single-Day COVID-19 Record With More Than 1600 New CasesOn October 31 El Paso surpassed its single-day record for COVID-19 cases as state and local officials in Texas spar over imposing a lockdown.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Joins Businesses Suing El Paso County Judge Over Coronavirus Restrictions During Surge In CasesJudge Samaniego's orders include shutting down all non-essential services for a two-week period, including in-person dining, gyms and salons.
4 Dallas Bars Lose Alcohol Permits 30 Days For Violating Texas Coronavirus Safety StandardsThe four Dallas bars issued an emergency order for a 30-day permit suspension are Shuck N Jive, Alamo Club, Bungalow and High Fives.
Texas Reports 1,742 New Coronavirus Cases, 24 DeathsTexas health officials say there have been 698,387 reported cases in Texas so far. The death toll is at 14,917.
Texas' Relaxed Nursing Home Guidelines Still Don't Make It Easy To Visit Loved Ones During PandemicThe state's new guidelines require facilities to have had no new COVID-19 cases for two weeks before there can be visitors.
COVID Concert: Metallica To Record Socially Distant Show For Drive-In Movie TheatersHeavy metal music is head banging its way to the drive-in, with rock gods Metallica joining Dallas-Fort Worth-based event production company Encore Live's concert series.
Parklets To Pop Up In Downtown Mansfield For Business Owners Struggling During Coronavirus PandemicDowntown Mansfield, Inc. said they cost $6,000 each and the nonprofit will need to come up with more funding for future parklets.
Texas Bar Owners Lament Latest Closures Due To COVID-19 Surge: 'A Lot Of People Won't Make It Through Round 2'Establishments that have been ordered to close will be allowed to remain open for takeout and delivery services, which include alcoholic beverages.
Gov. Abbott Expands Local Authority On Limiting Outdoor Gatherings During COVID-19 SurgeTexas mayors and county judges can now impose restrictions on outdoor gatherings of more than 100 people.