Young People In The US South Increasingly Getting COVID-19Young people are more likely to have milder outcomes from coronavirus, but they can still infect others who are more at risk.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Asks Commissioner’s Court To Require Masks At BusinessesDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is asking the Commissioner’s Court to consider an order requiring masks at businesses in Dallas County. 
Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare IllnessA new concern is growing around the U.S. after children who tested positive for COVID-19 or its antibodies have also come down with a rare illness.
Coronavirus In Texas: Total Of 12 DART Workers Have Tested Positive For COVID-19Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) announced today a total of twelve workers have tested positive for COVID-19 since the coronavirus pandemic started. 
Coronavirus In Texas: Less Invasive, Painful Test Coming To Dallas CountyHealthcare workers will soon offer a less invasive and painful nasal swab test for the coronavirus in Dallas county. 
Coronavirus Infecting Minorities In Dallas County At Higher RateHispanics and African Americans are infected with the coronavirus at a higher rate in Dallas County, compared to other racial and ethnic groups.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas Hospitals Report Ventilator, Bed Capacity NumbersTwelve hospitals on Wednesday reported ventilator and bed capacity numbers to Mayor Eric Johnson's office.
CDC Recommending No Events, Gatherings Of 50 Or More People For 8 WeeksThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now recommending that any events or mass gatherings of 50 or more people should be canceled or postponed for the next eight weeks.
'Jeopardy!' And 'Wheel Of Fortune' To Tape Without Audiences Due To Coronavirus Concerns"Jeopardy!” and “Wheel of Fortune” will tape without studio audiences amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
While Panic Surrounds Coronavirus, Some 20,000 People Have Died From Flu This SeasonAs concerns about the coronavirus continue to grow in the U.S., the latest numbers from the CDC show an estimated 20,000 people have died of the flu.
North Texans Go Ahead With Spring Break Plans Amid Coronavirus ConcernsAt DFW Airport, families​ are heading to their Spring Break vacations -- but not without their concerns.