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.
Youth Sports To Begin Again Soon, But With New Restrictions PresentTeam administrators and city leaders are working to set social distancing guidelines, knowing some traditions will have to be sidelined in the name of safety.
Parents Adjusting As Child Care Industry In Texas Gets Green Light To ReopenThe state is now restricting child care centers to no more than 10 children per caregiver and 20 to a room with two caregivers.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Sends Warning To Dallas County About 'Unlawful Restrictions'Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sent a stern warning to Dallas County about "unconstitutional and unlawful restrictions" that he says conflict with the governor's executive orders.
Coronavirus In Christmas: Forney's Festival Of Lights Delayed Until 2021Scheduled to debut during the holiday season of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic has delayed The Festival of Lights in Forney until next year.
Coronavirus In Texas: Colleyville Mayor Allowing Some Non-Essential Businesses To Reopen This WeekMayor Richard Newton issued a proclamation that would reopen restaurant patios, gyms, barber shops and salons as early as Friday, provided physical distancing guidelines are followed.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tarrant County Alters Shutdown Orders To Coincide With StateTarrant County Judge Glen Whitley indicated he did not expect restrictions to end when the current order expires next week.
Coronavirus In Texas: Judge Moves Toward Lifting Restrictions On Voting By MailThe state is expected to appeal the decision.
No 'Shelter In Place' Yet For Tarrant County, Penalty Imposed For Violating Emergency OrdersTarrant County has not yet enforced a "shelter in place" order as it looks to first see the results of current restrictions imposed to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Texans Encouraged To Write Letters To Seniors Due To Restricted Visitation During CoronavirusBuckner Retirement Communities is asking for letters, stories or drawings to be mailed to residents to keep their spirits high.