On Tuesday, the Texas Education Agency announced new guidelines for students and teachers to return to the classroom.
North Texas School Districts Making Plans For Back-To-School During PandemicOn Tuesday, the Texas Education Agency announced new guidelines for students and teachers to return to the classroom.
Seven Federal Disaster Medical Assistance Teams Heading To Texas, Including One To Parkland Hospital In DallasParkland Hospital says a federal disaster medical assistance team (DMAT) will arrive sometime next week to help with its staffing levels during the Covid-19 pandemic.
46,000 Texans Were Overpaid For Unemployment Benefits, Workforce Commission Wants $32M BackMore than 46,000 Texans are receiving notices that they have been overpaid on their unemployment benefits.
Like Football Teams, HS Marching Bands Are Facing Lots Of UncertaintyCBS 11's Erin Jones reports.
Texas Reports More Than 100 Coronavirus Deaths In 1 Day For First TimeThe state also reported 9,782 additional COVID-19 cases on Thursday.
Republican Party Of Texas Sues City Of Houston And Mayor Over Cancellation Of In-Person ConventionThe Republican Party of Texas filed a lawsuit against Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Houston First Corporation and the City of Houston for breach of contract.
North Texas Clinic Received $1.26 In Federal Coronavirus Relief While Big Hospitals Got Millions“It was very disappointing,” said owner Mac Okwah. “Here I am struggling to survive, doing everything I can, and seeing this check was just defeating.”
Texas Nurses Association CEO Weighs In On Why State Might Move Residents Out Of Nursing Home“Generally states will intervene if there’s an immediate danger to the residents,” Texas Nurses Association CEO Cindy Zolnierek said.
State Relocates Dozens Of Residents From North Texas Nursing HomeIt's still not clear why the state moved the residents from the Lake Worth Nursing Home
\Dog Found Seriously Injured By Arrow In DallasDallas Police are trying to track down whomever seriously injured a brindle pit bull-type dog.
North Texas Cities Holding Off On Testing Raw Sewage For CoronavirusSome cities around the country are testing samples of raw sewage to look for COVID-19 faster than human lab testing can.
Parents Say TEA Guidelines Aren't Making Decision On Sending Kids Back To School EasierParents have the choice of sending their children back to the classroom or have them do their learning online.
2020 Komen 'More Than Pink Walk' In Fort Worth Going VirtualOfficials with Susan G. Komen Greater Fort Worth announced that the 'More Than Pink Walk' will be held virtually this year.
Challenges Ahead For School Nurses During PandemicTexas schools are set to reopen in about a month.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar Discussed Feds Response To Texas During Coronavirus SurgeThe federal government is sending health care teams to Texas hospitals due to the COVID-19 Surge.
Dallas County Reports 1,029 New COVID-19 Cases, 16 More DeathsAmong the latest victims, a Grand Prairie woman in her 20s who had been critically ill in an area hospital, but did not have underlying high risk health conditions.
Amber Alert Issued For Abducted East Texas ToddlerZimia Whitaker, 2, was last seen in the 100 block of Arcadia Road in Center. She’s believed to be with Zenas Whitaker, 27.
Downtown Dallas Lit Blue In Honor Of 5 Officers Killed On 7-7-2016Five officers were killed by a sniper after a march against police brutality.
State Fair Of Texas' Cancelation Big Blow To Businesses That Depend On It For IncomeThe State Fair estimates it creates about 7,000 seasonal jobs every fall.
North Texas School District Leaders React To TEA Back-To-School GuidelinesParents will have option of sending their children back to the classroom or having them learn remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employed North Texan Receives Unemployment Benefits He Never Applied ForWhen Ronald Floyd opened the envelope, inside was a US Bank ReliaCard - a debit card used for unemployment benefits.
Gov. Abbott, Dallas County Judge Jenkins Sharply Disagree On COVID-19 SolutionDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says he doesn't believe Governor Greg Abbott's order nearly two weeks ago to shut down bars and reduce in-dining capacity at restaurants to 50% will slow the spread of Covid-19 enough.
Texas Education Agency Issues Guidelines For Reopening Schools During Coronavirus PandemicParents will have option of sending their kids to school or have them learn remotely.
International Student May Have To Return Home If College Courses Are Online OnlyNicole Nielsen spoke to an international student who attends UNT.