This could have an impact on people's summer vacations.
Hotel Industry Struggling To Fill OpeningsThis could have an impact on people's summer vacations.
Getting New Air Conditioning Unit Could Be Bigger Challenge This Summer In North TexasThe pandemic has led to factories closing down, halting production. There’s a metal shortage and labor shortage which is also affecting shipping.
HEB Breaks Ground On Frisco StoreIt's the first of two HEB ground breakings in less than a 10-mile radius.
Major Construction Projects Being Delayed In North TexasA price surge is part of the problem.
Some Area Businesses Not Ready To Get Rid Of Mask Requirement Just YetOn Thursday, the CDC said masks were no longer necessary to keep full-vaccinated people safe from COVID-19.
Construction On New PGA Resort In Frisco About To Take OffTuesday's groundbreaking attracted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
Inside The Little Elm Factory Making Syringes For COVID-19 VaccinesGetting COVID-19 shots into Americans' arms represents the largest mass-vaccination program in U.S. history. One of the keys to the vaccine, the syringes, are being made in North Texas.
Furniture Deliveries Ramping Back UpIf you've ordered outdoor furniture or a couch recently, you may still waiting on delivery.
Major Companies Come Out Against Texas Bills Limiting Voter AccessJack Fink reports on the political fallout.
Major Companies Come Out Against Texas Bills Limiting Voter Access"We value the democratic process and believe every eligible American should be allowed to exercise their right to vote, no matter which political party or candidate they support," American Airlines said.
Unemployment Lessons From The PandemicTexas Workforce Commission Executive Director Ed Serna Discusses Unemployment Lessons From The Pandemic
Former Texas Wholesale Electricity Provider Griddy Files For BankruptcyGriddy said it owes more than $29 million to ERCOT for power used last month.
Billy Bob's Celebrating 40th AnniversaryThe iconic Fort Worth concert venue is considered the "world's largest honkey-tonk."
Furloughs Off The Table For American Airlines Employees In Wake Of Passage Of COVID-19 ReliefThirteen-thousand employees will receive full pay and benefits through September 30.
Dallas Restaurants Working To Keep Employees Health And Customers HappyRobbie Owens reports.
Team Coverage On End Of Texas Mask MandateCBS 11 takes a look at decisions made by bars, restaurants and gyms in North Texas regarding masks.
ERCOT CEO On Texas Power OutagesBill Magness Speaks With Jack Fink On What Went Wrong And Fixing The Problem
Baylor Scott & White Health To Outsource, Eliminate 1,700 PositionsThe company said it's part of a broader effort to reduce costs and increase access to healthcare.
American, Southwest Airlines And Employee Unions Praise Coronavirus Relief Aid BillThey're urging both the House and Senate to pass it quickly so President Trump can sign it.
Eataly Expands To North TexasIt's meant to be a marketplace and gathering place filled with the flavors of Italy, but the gathering part is a little tougher these days due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
JCPenney Emerges From Chapter 11 BankruptcyThe retailer completed its sale to a pair of landlords - Brookfield Asset Management Inc. and Simon Property Group through a combination of cash and new term loan debt.
Southwest Airlines Says Thousands Of Employees May Need To Be FurloughedSouthwest Airlines says it's been talking with its employee unions for months about temporary cost savings.
Business Occupancy Rollbacks Triggered In North Texas Due To 7 Days Of High COVID-19 Hospitalization RatesGovernor Greg Abbott has previously said in an Executive Order that if COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to exceed 15% for seven days in a row, then business openings will have to be scaled back.
Dallas Restaurant Owner Russell Birk Says He's Eligible For PPP Loan To Be Forgiven"I'm excited that it was put in place because it was very helpful. Without that, I would have been out of business," said Russell Birk, owner of fast-casual restaurant Maya's Modern Mediterranean.