A three-story apartment building in the 1700 block of Cherbourg Drive in East Fort Worth caught fire Wednesday afternoon.

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Judge Denies Request To Halt Enforcement Of McKinney's Shelter-In-Place OrderJudge Jill Willis' ruling means McKinney's emergency order remains in place, but quite frankly, everyone statewide, will now have to follow Governor Abbott's orders.
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Gov. Abbott: Extends Order, Keeps School Closed Until May 4Governor Greg Abbott has extended his disaster declaration to limit human contact to prevent the spread of coronavirus, meaning schools are closed until at least May 4. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw Video: Gov. Abbott: Texas Schools Closed Through Until May 4Governor is also issuing an executive order establishing "essential services" asking Texans to limit interactions unless they're engaged in activity related to one of these services.
28 People Test Positive For Coronavirus After Returning To Texas From Spring Break Trip To Cabo San LucasTwenty-eight people who recently returned to Texas after a Spring Break trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico have tested positive for the coronavirus, health officials in Austin said Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
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Judge Blocks Dallas Sick Leave OrdinanceJudge Blocks Dallas Sick Leave Ordinance
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\Rain Tapers Off, Mostly Dry TuesdayWe're going to have some dry days before rain returns to the forecast.
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North Texas Woman Shares What It's Like Preparing To Have Baby During Pandemic Two major North Texas hospitals are allowing expectant mothers one visitor during labor and delivery, despite internet rumors that due to coronavirus concerns, women will give birth "alone."
Dallas Convention Center Transforming Into Temporary Hospital For Coronavirus PatientsDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins will make the call on when to open the facility with 250 beds to start and room for many more.
3rd Dallas Police Officer Tests Positive For CoronavirusThe officer who works at the In-Service Academy has been out of the office since feeling sick on Wednesday, March 18.
Fort Worth Closing All Basketball, Volleyball Courts Due To Lack Of Social DisttancingTarrant County is currently under a "stay at home" order to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 as cases and deaths continue to increase in North Texas.
Social Distancing Has Been Huge Challenge On Dallas Walking, Jogging TrailsThere are now people stationed on the trails reminding those exercising to keep at least six feet away from others.
Dallas County Sees Clusters Of Confirmed Coronavirus Cases At Assisted-Living FacilitiesJudge Clay Jenkins said the county is starting to see clusters of these cases assisted-living facilities.

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