'I Want People To Need Us Again' North Texas Rookie Police Officers Talk About Their First Months On JobIt may be society’s most essential job. But it may also be the most dangerous and controversial time to become a police officer.
Texas High School Students Back On Courts & Fields As UIL Coronavirus Guidelines Allow For Organized WorkoutsWith a little more than a month to go before the start of the school year, the University Interscholastic League has released guidelines to help teams navigate practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fort Worth Sailor On Front Lines Of U.S. Navy Coronavirus FightA U.S. Sailor, and Fort Worth native is playing a critical role in the Navy's efforts to maintain a healthy and ready fighting force in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
New Health, Safety Training For Texas Restaurants Aimed At Boosting Consumer Confidence During Pandemic"The only way to save the industry is to get consumers back to restaurants," said Dr. Emily Knight, the CEO of the Texas Restaurant Association.
Texas Student-Athletes Return To Practice Fields During Coronavirus Pandemic, Summer HeatThe extended time off can lead to injuries if the kids jump back in too fast, too soon.
Rangers Prefer New Home Over Arizona For 2nd Spring TrainingGeneral manager Jon Daniels says there would be a lot of advantages to workouts in Texas instead of returning to their camp in Arizona.
Cowtown Marathon Offering Athletes Virtual Runs And Online Distance Training ProgramsThe Cowtown Marathon went off without a hitch on March 1, now the race has come up with a plan to help keep runners on track and moving toward their personal goals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Highland Park Soccer Star Presley Echols Talks Adjusting To Training During Coronavirus LockdownNormally, Presley Echols would be training with her Highland Park soccer teammates. Now it's just Echols and her sister Lauren.
Dallas Zoo Now Certified 'Sensory Inclusive' For Guests With Sensitivities, AutismThe 106-acre park partnered with KultureCity to ensure all programs, events and campus are all sensory inclusive. Zoo staff members were trained by medical professionals on how to recognize guests with sensory needs and how to handle a sensory overload situation.
National Guard Soldier Dies In Tactical Vehicle Accident At Fort HoodAn Indiana National Guard soldier died following a training accident Thursday at Fort Hood, Army officials confirmed.
New Dallas Ride-Sharing Company Implements 'Safety First' Approach To Reduce Sexual Assault OffensesA ride-sharing company in Dallas hopes to revolutionize the industry with its "Safety First" approach.
Not Just A Cup Of Joe, New Texas Starbucks Serving Up Opportunities For Young PeopleThe new Starbucks "community store" on West Camp Wisdom Road in Oak Cliff will not only serve up drinks and food, but connect local youth with education and employment opportunities.
Dallas Rowing Club's 'Crucial' Training Disrupted By Raw Sewage SpillA Dallas rowing club's training for an upcoming race in Canada was disrupted after a raw sewage spill threatened the water of White Rock Lake.
Starbucks Closing More Than 8,000 Stores For Anti-Bias TrainingAfter putting together a curriculum for its 175,000 workers, Starbucks will close more than 8,000 stores nationwide today to conduct anti-bias training.
Texas City To Require Firms To Give More To Get Tax BreaksOne city in Texas approved new rules requiring business developers to contribute something to the community before they're handed over any financial incentives from the city.