Customers, Owners Of North Texas Bars Protest Shutdown Order Issued By GovernorOwners and customers of North Texas bars are protesting another shutdown order issued by Gov. Greg Abbott.
Entire DART Bus Fleet Will Have Plexiglass COVID-19 Shields By July Seventy-five percent of DART buses now have respiratory droplet shields to protect operators and passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
No More 'Game Over': Texas Arcades Allowed To Reopen After Being Forced To Close Due To PandemicArcades have been shuttered for nearly three months in Texas while almost every other business has been allowed to reopen.
Mesquite Rodeo Claims 'First In Nation' Sporting Event To Open For Fans This SummerThe Mesquite Championship Rodeo is hosting what it calls "the first ticketed professional live sporting event" in the country since the coronavirus shutdown.
Despite Surge In Alcohol Sales, Some North Texas Distilleries Still Struggling To SurviveEven as alcohol sales surge, small North Texas distilleries are still struggling through the coronavirus-related shutdowns.
While Picking Up Pieces After Coronavirus Shutdown, North Texas Restaurant Gets Slammed By TruckA Lake Worth restaurant already struggling due to the coronavirus shutdown is now picking up the pieces after a suspected drunk driver slammed into their building.
Coronavirus In Texas: Small Business Owners Desperate To See 'Retail To Go' Bring A BoostFor weeks "non-essential" businesses have been closed and many locally-owned shops are now struggling to survive.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tarrant County Alters Shutdown Orders To Coincide With StateTarrant County Judge Glen Whitley indicated he did not expect restrictions to end when the current order expires next week.
NASCAR And Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Work Together To Return Sport To Texas Motor SpeedwayTexas Governor Greg Abbott and NASCAR are working to return to the track at Texas Motor Speedway soon.
Hobby Lobby Closes All Stores Due To Coronavirus Shutdown OrdersHobby Lobby said it was ending emergency leave pay and suspending use of paid time off and vacation benefits so workers could apply for emergency federal income protection benefits.
Free Online Activities During The Coronavirus ShutdownMany organizations across North Texas are providing free online enrichment activities that are suitable for all ages.
Refugees And Asylum-Seeking Families Keep Crossing Border, Wall Or No WallPresident Donald Trump's push for a $5.7 billion wall is unlikely on its own to stop refugees and asylum-seeking families, who are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border by the thousands each month.
Government Shutdown: Pocketbook Impact Hitting Workers TodayThe political stalemate that shut down the government, today hit many workers squarely in the pocket: no paychecks on what should have been their first payday of the year.
Federal Employees In North Texas Rally To End Government ShutdownIn Dallas members of the American Federation of Government Employees and workers from other affected agencies are protesting against the government shutdown.
As Trump Prepares To Visit Border, Some Landowners Dig In For Wall FightThe government has started surveying land along the Texas border, but rather than surrender their land, some property owners are digging in.