Coronavirus In Texas: Tarrant County Public Health Reports 2 More DeathsTarrant County Public Health reported two more COVID-19 deaths on Thursday.
Supreme Court Of Texas Orders Release Of Jailed Texas Stylist Shelly LutherThe Supreme Court of Texas has ordered the release of Dallas salon owner, Shelly Luther, who was jailed for violating executive stay at home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dallas Salon Owner Begins Week-Long Sentence For Contempt Of CourtA Dallas salon owner who opened her business in violation of the governor’s executive order is now in jail.
Salon A La Mode Owner, Shelley Luther Arrested: 'Feeding My Kids Isn't Selfish, I'm Not Closing The Salon'Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther was sentenced to seven days in jail for criminal and civil contempt and a $7,000 fine today for defying Governor Greg Abbott's stay-at-home rules.
Tarrant County Reports 6 More COVID-19 Deaths, Bringing Total To 83Six more people have died from the coronavirus in Tarrant County; bringing the countywide death toll to 83. 
Coronavirus In Texas: Woman In Her 50s Latest COVID-19 Death In Tarrant County Tarrant County now has 69 confirmed deaths from the coronavirus and 551 people have recovered.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tarrant County Public Health Reports 7 COVID-19 deathsTarrant County Public Health has reported seven more COVID-19 deaths.
Coronavirus In Texas: 3 Tarrant County Women Die, Countywide Death Toll Now 61Three more women have died from the coronavirus in Tarrant County, bringing the countywide death toll to 61.
Salon A La Mode Owner, Shelley Luther To City Of Dallas: 'I'm Not Closing The Store'Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther is daring City of Dallas and county authorities to arrest her.
Coronavirus In Texas: City Of Dallas Sues Salon À La Mode Owner Shelley LutherDallas city officials are suing Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther and have filed a restraining order against her for  violating city/county shelter-in-place orders.
1 Killed, 2 Arrested, More Than 200 Citations Issued In Dallas Street Racing Incidents Over WeekendPolice said the people involved in the street racing were all from North Texas, but had no known affiliation with one another.