Some North Texas Nail Salon Workers Not Ready To Return To Work During Coronavirus Pandemic"For their safety, we respect their decisions,” salon manager Jake Nguyen. "Some of them are not fully back yet."
Economists Warn Expanded Coronavirus Testing Needed To Keep Texas OpenSince the first reported COVID-19 case in Texas nearly two months ago, more than 400,000 Texans have been tested for the virus.
Dallas Mayor On Governor's Order To Reopen Texas Economy: 'We Have To Make It Work'"We're making strides here locally in flattening the curve, but we have to continue to do it. We're not out of the woods yet, we can't let up," Mayor Johnson said.
Texas House Speaker Warns Business Community Bathroom Bills Likely To Return In 2019At the Visit Dallas annual meeting Thursday, Republican Texas House Speaker Joe Straus credited tourism leaders for helping kill bathroom privacy legislation. "You spoke out against an idea that wasn't just bad for tourism, wasn't just bad for the state economy, but it was bad for Texas."
Balancing Economy & The Environment As Earth Day ApproachesAs we approach the 46th observance of Earth Day some people are asking about ways to balance the Texas economy and the environment.
"Wecome To Texas" Showcases Sharkarosa Wildlife RanchWant to walk with bears and pet lemurs? Then perhaps you should check out a brand new (and distinctly-different) wild animal park in Pilot Point. As a part of our new "Welcome To Texas" segment, CBS 11 showcases a special little place called "Sharkarosa"...
Dallas-Fort Worth Area's Workforce Increased 3.7% Year Over Year“The Texas job market is the envy of the nation," says James Quintero of the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
Fort Worth & Police Officers Association Agree To New ContractIt's a question a lot of North Texas cities have to ask in this economy -- how do you keep the public safe while facing huge budget shortfalls?
Big Win For Beer Brewers In Texas SenateCraft brewers and brewpubs in Texas just got a potential boost. The state Senate has unanimously passed two bills that would help increase sales for those businesses.
Perry Ending California Trip Empty Handed - So Far Governor Rick Perry wrapped up his high-profile recruiting trip to California on Wednesday without having persuaded any businesses to relocate to his state — at least not yet.