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.
Nearly 1 In 5 Robberies In Mesquite Are From Internet Sales Exchanges, Police SayTwo years ago, about 5% of all robberies in Mesquite were the result of thefts during the exchange of items from a sale made over the internet.
Grapevine Lake Now 'Fully Infested' With Invasive Zebra MusselsIf you have stored your boat in the water at a lake with zebra mussels, it is likely infested with zebra mussels.
What Will College Campuses In Texas Look Like In COVID Times?While public schools are still grappling with if and when to offer face- to-face instruction, colleges and universities in Texas are moving forward with plans to welcome students back.
Denton City Council Extends Face Coverings Order Through August For Essential BusinessesThe Denton City Council voted that essential businesses in the city must continue to require all employees and customers to wear face masks.
Coronavirus Cancellations Creep Into October, Screams Halloween Theme Park Won't Open For First Time In 25 YearsThe Waxahachie theme park with five uniquely themed haunts was scheduled to run Friday and Saturday nights October 2 – October 31, 2020.
Wylie Police Investigating After 2-Year-Old Ezra Tolbert Found Face Down In Backyard PoolWylie Police are investigating the drowning of a 2-year-old who was found face down in a backyard swimming pool on Wednesday.
With Some July 4th Celebrations Canceled Texas Officials Worried About DIY Fireworks SafetyBusiness is booming at North Texas fireworks stands as more people plan to celebrate at home in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Summertime Social Distancing: Arlington Walmart One Of 160 To Offer Drive-In MoviesAn Arlington Walmart is one of 160 in the country that will transform its store parking lots into contact-free drive-in movie theaters where customers can safely gather to watch movies.
4 Juveniles, 3 Staff Test Positive For COVID-19 In Detention FacilityCollin County’s Juvenile Probation department received notice that four juveniles and three of its detention officers have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days.