Virus Crisis Easing Across Sun Belt But Could Heat Up AgainAmericans head into Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end of summer, knowing the threat isn't gone as fall brings a return to school, college and sports.
COVID-19 Positive? Don't Pet Your Fur Babies, Isolate From Them InsteadSocial distancing applies to pets as well as humans in households with positive cases of COVID-19, according to research by Texas A&M AgriLife.
Health Expert: Contact Tracing No Longer Possible Across US South Due To Rapid Coronavirus SurgesAlong with 1,214 new cases, Dallas County reported a 16% increase in new hospitalizations Monday.
Health Officials Report 65 New COVID-19 Cases In Denton CountyThis increases the cumulative, countywide total to 3,403 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
Small Business Owners Navigate Complicated Corona Times, Hope Mask Ordinance HelpsTarrant County business owners who spoke to CBS 11 News say they support the new mask requirement, even if customers don’t.
Second Evins Regional Juvenile Center Worker Tests Positive For COVID-19The Texas Juvenile Justice Department has announced that a second youth development coach at the Evins Regional Juvenile Center in Edinburg tested positive for the coronavirus.
3rd Fort Worth Police Officer Tests Positive For Coronavirus: 'In Good Spirits' At HomeAll three officers work in the same unit and the police department said it is taking every precaution to stop the spread.
North Texas School Begins Virtual Recess For Elementary Students Being Schooled At HomeOne school in Addison has come up with a way for their elementary school students to gather with their peers and have recess -- without breaking social distancing rules.
As COVID-19 Isolates More People, North Texas Behavioral Health Opens Mental Health Support LineAs parts of North Texas prepares to shelter in place and hundreds of thousands of others self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic, more people have questions about mental health.
Limiting Groups To Less Than 250, Austin Latest Texas City To Ban Large GatheringsIn an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, the City of Austin became the latest Texas community to prohibit large gatherings.