Dallas Family On The Brink Financially While Trying To Protect 'High Risk' Toddler Daughter From COVID-19Trying to maneuver the world during a pandemic, with a child in a COVID-19 high risk group has North Texas parents Jessica Lusk and Dylan Garcia dealing with what they call "unbearable stress."
Fort Worth ISD Participating In DFW COVID-19 Study, Hopes To Find Out Why Some Are More AffectedThe Fort Worth ISD is participating in a voluntary study examining the prevalence of COVID-19 infections and exposure in North Texas and why certain people are more affected than others.
Middle Seats An Option Again On Southwest Airlines Starting Dec. 1Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is ending its coronavirus pandemic-era policy of underselling flights and will put passengers back in middle seats starting Dec. 1.
UT Southwestern Analyzes State Of Coronavirus In North Texas, Forecasts What May Be NextIt shows COVID-19 cases are on the rise in both Dallas County and Collin County and people in the 30 to 50 age bracket are most impacted.
Gov. Abbott To Visit Dallas Thursday To Discuss Flu Season While Dealing With COVID-19 PandemicTexas Gov. Greg Abbott is visiting Dallas on Thursday to discuss how the state is responding to the upcoming flu season while also dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
UT Southwestern Study Suggests Massive Spike In Coronavirus Cases If Social Distancing RelaxedThe study suggests Dallas Country could see 800 new cases a day by late June if society returns to normal.
7740 Dallas Providing 1,000 Meals To COVID-19 Teams At 7 Dallas-Area HospitalsIt's an initiative put together to support local restaurants and healthcare professionals working on the front lines fighting the coronavirus and now '7740 Dallas' is delivering more than 1,000 meals to COVID-19 hospital wards every week.
North Texas Medical Facilities Preparing Daily For Possible Coronavirus CasesAn active team at UT Southwestern Medical Center has made the coronavirus a priority, adjusting screening protocols, coordinating medical records, and briefing staff.
U.S. Officials Worry Rare Polio-Like Illness May Grow More CommonLast year in the U.S. there were 228 cases -- several in Texas -- of acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, and officials fear the rare and sometimes deadly paralyzing illness may grow more common.
Interactive Map Shows Life Expectancy Of Texans By Zip Code, Race, GenderUT Southwestern Medical Center scientists said they have calculated and mapped life expectancy by gender and race/ethnicity down to the ZIP code and county levels in Texas.
Heart Attack Prediction Tool Created By Dallas ResearchersResearchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have unveiled a web page designed to “calculate” a person’s risk level for heart attack or stroke.
New Precautions As Flu Cases Continue To ClimbExperts say vulnerable groups-- seniors, those with chronic health conditions, and the very young-- should take extra precautions, and it doesn't have to be complicated.
N. Texas Part Of New Push To Find Leukemia CureIf love could cure cancer, Ann Marie Herbst would never have gotten sick.
North Texas Firefighter Gives Gift Of Life, Even After DeathJustin Spieker died in 2013, but, thanks to organ donation, he has helped more than 150 people around the world.
Children's Cancer Fund Holds Annual GalaThe 29th annual Children's Cancer Fund Gala was held Friday, April 21 in Dallas and featured guests such as Dallas Cowboys' Troy Aikman and Dak Prescott.