Coronavirus In Texas: 'First Monday' In Canton Closed For First Time In 170 YearsThe City of Canton has closed First Monday through the May market for the first time in 170 years 
U.S. Airlines Seek Billions In Aid, TSA Allows Carry-On Liquid Hand SanitizerIt is asking for $29 billion in federal grants, with $25 billion for passenger airlines and $4 billion for cargo carriers.
Judge Rules Jim's Car Wash In Dallas To Close Friday After 4 People Shot There Last MonthThe judge ruled Monday afternoon, Jim's Car Wash will close on Friday, July 19.
IH-35W Lanes To Be Shut Down For 'Several Hours' Amid 18-Wheeler FireThe Flower Mound Fire Department has confirmed northbound lanes of IH-35W will remain closed after an 18-wheeler caught fire Thursday afternoon.
Good News For Gas Prices: Pipeline Could Resume Gas Shipments SoonReopening the shuttered Texas sections of pipeline could help avoid major gas shortages
Stopgap Spending Bill To Be Unveiled As Congress Finishes Upongress is quickening its pace toward adjourning late this week, marching toward a final vote on legislation boosting medical research and speeding drug approvals and readying a stopgap spending bill to prevent the government from shutting down this weekend.
Sen. Ted Cruz Joins Protest At WWII Memorial In WashingtonA crowd converged on the World War II Memorial on the National Mall on Sunday, pushing past barriers to protest the memorial's closing under the government shutdown.
Many Unpaid Federal Workers Applying For UnemploymentFriday is payday for many people, but for many federal workers this week or next could be the last paycheck they get for a while.
Furloughed Workers Protest At Social Security BuildingThe second day of a partial U.S. government shutdown brought a protest to Dallas’ Social Security Administration building along Central Expressway.
Water Main Break Shuts Down Six FlagsThere was no fun or fright at Six Flags on September 28, what was supposed to be the opening night of Fright Fest.
Exide Plant In Frisco To Shut Down, Layoff EmployeesExide says it has notified 120 employees at its battery recycling plant in Frisco that they will be laid off on November 30.