Dallas Business Owners Not Taking Any More Chances After Weekend LootingMany businesses have boarded up windows as a precaution.
Black-Owned Businesses Among Those Damaged By Vandals During Protests"A riot is a cry for help, so a lot of time, when you won't listen to our cries, people will make you listen to your cries." said business owner Wes Williams.
Fort Worth Offering $10M In Grants To Small Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicAn infusion of needed cash is now available to more small businesses in Fort Worth.
Dallas Restaurants, Bars Compete With Wet Weather, Coronavirus Concerns, Limited Capacity Memorial Day WeekendHeavy rain dampened some expectations, pushing some spots like The Rustic to pivot.
Dallas Restaurants Open At 50% Capacity For Memorial Day WeekendWet weather, coupled with coronavirus concerns, affected some establishments more than others.
North Texas Ice Cream Parlor Overcomes Challenges, Reopens During PandemicA month after shutting down, Howdy Homemade got some help and hope. Landis received funds with the second round of government aid.
North Texas Nail Salons Struggling To Get Workers To Come Back During Coronavirus Pandemic"For their safety, we respect their decisions,” salon manager Jake Nguyen. "Some of them are not fully back yet."
Out Of Work, But Not Out Of OptionsA family owned business in Dallas is asking customers to do more than just order meals to go.
Different Cities Interpreting Business Opening Rules In Different WaysPolice told a business in North Richland Hills told one business it had to close, but in other locations, it's open.
Pinched By Pandemic, Local Businesses Struggle To Stay AliveOver the weekend, Lizard Lounge, an iconic Deep Ellum nightclub, announced it will be closing its doors after 28 years.
Traditional Mother's Day Restaurant Meal May Look Very DifferentBlue Mesa in Addison is hoping to be able to serve as many Mother's Day parties as possible.
Florists Happy To Be Back Open In Time For Mother's DayPhotojournalist Mike Kinney takes us inside TCU Florist.
North Texas Boutique Owner Shares Small Business Survival Story During Coronavirus PandemicVowing to keep her 13 employees safe, Hannah Caillier closed her stores days before Governor Abbott forced non-essential small businesses to shut down.
Small Business Owners React To Salon Owner Shelley Luther CaseLuther's getting out of jail is an insult to the rule of law some say. Others call it a fight against government overreach.
City Of Fort Worth Has Plan To Grow Businesses After PandemicThe program, called Fort Worth Now, will not be a short term plan, but a 12-month effort focusing on restoring the city’s economy. It comes at a time when not only private businesses, but city employees are also facing job cuts.
North Texas Businesses Looking Ahead To Mid-MayMore area business owners, like salon owners are looking at the possibility of opening up in phase two of Governor Abbott's plan.
Reopening Of Texas Businesses Too Late For SomeFans of David's Seafood in Cedar Hill are sorry to see this local favorite close for good.
Quiet Response To Reopening Of Downtown Fort Worth BusinessesAfter flipping the open signs around on the door for the first time in weeks, many businesses in Fort Worth were still waiting Monday to see familiar customer numbers return.
Dallas Restaurants Reopen, Some Experience Confusion Over Code ComplianceThe owner of one Dallas restaurant said he's gotten mixed messages on what he needs to do, depending on which code compliance officer shows up.
Some North Texas Small Business Owners 'Terrified' Loans May Not Be ForgivenAfter qualifying for a loan under the Paycheck Protection Program, some small business owners are now reluctant to spend it.
Texas Dental Offices Reopen But With ChangesStaffers are ramping up safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Restaurants, Retail Stores Set To Reopen Across The StateIt's not going to be an easy reopening with new restrictions for dine-in customers. Only 25% occupancy.
McKinney To Offer Up To $1,500 Grants To Small Businesses, Nonprofits Impacted By CoronavirusApplications will be accepted online for 10 days starting Friday, May 1.
Some Business Owners Struggling With What To Do When Stay At Home Orders EndStarting Friday, more businesses in Texas can open.

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