Voters To Decide On Record $3.7B Dallas ISD Bond ProposalThe bond would fund improvements for the district from safety and security upgrades, to new technology, as well as existing building renovations, 10 new facilities and 14 replacement schools.
Plano Neighborhood Used To Drawing Thousands Of Kids For Halloween, Cancels Trick-Or-Treating During PandemicThe Canterbury Drive neighborhood, known for attracting a lot of attention and large crowds this time every year, has decided it’s safer if people stay away.
Firefighters Extinguish Early Morning Fire At Polycoat Products Manufacturing PlantA fire broke out at the Polycoat Products manufacturing plant but was quickly contained. 
3 Dead, 1 Hurt After Partial Building Collapse In HoustonThree workers were killed Monday during a partial collapse of a high-rise building under construction in Houston, according to fire department officials.
CDC Recommends Staying Put For Thanksgiving During Pandemic“We need to change the rules for this one year, maybe two years,” said Dr. David Winter, an internal medicine physician at Baylor Scott & White Health.
Cowboys Release Safety Ha Ha Clinton-DixThe Dallas Cowboys have released veteran safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix as the team gets its 53-man roster set before the Saturday deadline.
Officials Respond To Release From Well Off The Shore Of Padre IslandU.S. Coast Guard spokeswoman Hailye Reynolds said they received reports that black and white plumes were coming from the platform.
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.
Reset, Refresh: Nasher Sculpture Center Reopens With Capacity RestrictionsThe primary element to its COVID-19 re-opening is the capacity restriction. They are allowing no more than 40 people inside the museum at a time.
COVID In The Classroom: Need To Connect In-Person, Not Online A Struggle For Many Parents And KidsAs parents struggle to keep students safe and learning, virtual instruction has become another COVID-created necessity. And yet, the format just isn't a good fit for everyone -- starting with the parents.
Johnson County Taking Precautions Against COVID-19 Ahead Of New School YearFor the first time since March, Monday night is a school night for hundreds of students in Johnson County.