No Mask, No Mass At Catholic Diocese Of Fort WorthFaced with the current upturn in coronavirus cases, the Diocese of Fort Worth is now requiring parishioners to wear masks during Mass.
1 Dead After Driver Runs Red Light In ArlingtonOne person is dead after police say a driver ran a red light and crashed into another car Monday morning.
Debate In Texas Over Face Mask Mandate Intensifies As Coronavirus Cases ClimbDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins wants Governor Abbott to legally require everyone to wear masks or allow local leaders to require it.
Decision On Whether Or Not To Have 2020 State Fair Of Texas To Be Made Next MonthIf the State Fair of Texas does happen, it will look different in an effort to ensure safety during the pandemic.
U.S. Extends Non-Essential Travel Restrictions With Mexico And CanadaThe United States has decided to extend its agreement with Mexico and Canada to keep their border closed to non-essential travel until July 21 during the coronavirus pandemic.
'Expectations Of Safety' Are Greatest Obstacles In Economy's Road To Recovery, Prof SaysWith so much uncertainty in the world, economic recovery will be a long, slow process.
Brother Of Dallas Officer Killed In 2016 Ambush Concerned About Safety During Latest Protests“You can’t bring awareness to a negative action with another negative action,” said Carlos Zamarripa, brother of fallen Dallas officer Patrick Zamarripa,
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Issues Curfew 'In Interest Of Public Safety'In the "interest of public safety," Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has executed a declaration of emergency and implemented an 8 p.m. curfew.
40,000 Workers Exit American Airlines, Bankruptcy 'Not An Option'Nearly 40,000 employees at American Airlines have retired early, cut hours or gone on leave.
Texas Summer Camps Adjust To Coronavirus Pandemic: 'It's Going To Look Different, But Fun Will Still Be The Same'Like everything else these days, COVID-19 is forcing some summer camps to make tough decisions.
Dallas County Community Colleges To Continue Online Learning Through Fall SemesterThe Dallas County Community College District has decided to extend remote online learning for most classes through the fall in order to protect students, faculty and staff from COVID-19.
Incense Burner Sparks Front Porch Fire In McKinney, No One Injured"If you are going to use incense, it’s important to follow all safety guidelines. Incense can burn at a very high temperature increasing the risk of a fire or severe burns."
Coronavirus In Texas: Whole Foods To Offer Free, Disposable Masks For CustomersWithin the next week, Whole Foods will offer free disposable masks to all customers.
Some Public Recreation Allowed To Resume, Exactly What Depends On The CityCities under the same state order to allow some recreation to resume again starting Friday, are making different decisions as to what that would include.
Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Joins Cowboys, Reunites With Mike McCarthyThe Dallas Cowboys have agreed to a deal with safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, adding a familiar name for new coach Mike McCarthy.