The Texas PTA hosted a vaping panel discussion in Austin and streamed it live to dozens of local PTA watch parties across the state. The panel included state health and education officials, students and parents.

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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.
Waiting For The SunCloudy skies this morning will become partly cloudy this afternoon. High 68F. Winds N at 10 to 20 mph.
Rangers GM Jon Daniels Talks MLB And CoronavirusTuesday would have been the Rangers first regular season game at the new Globe Life Field.
\Rain Tapers Off, Mostly Dry TuesdayWe're going to have some dry days before rain returns to the forecast.
Remembering Orlando McDanielThe former NFL player from North Texas passed away from coronavirus.
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.
Update On Number Of Coronavirus Cases In North TexasHere's a look at the total number of cases in 10 counties as of Monday evening.
$1,200 Stimulus Checks Are Coming, Here’s What You Should KnowThe government is hoping the money will help many Americans, affected financially by the coronavirus, keep food on the table, make rent, and pay for medical costs.
Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Giving 5 Days Worth Of Meals Once Per WeekCarrollton-Farmers Branch ISD has changed its "Grab & Go" program that will allow students to pick up five days worth of meals once per week.
Dallas ISD Starts Mobile Meals For Students Who Can't Get To Grab-And-Go SitesDallas ISD launched a pilot program Monday to get more meals to more students in need during the coronavirus outbreak.
Man In 40s Found Dead At Home Brings Dallas Coronavirus Deaths To 11, Total Cases 549 A man in his 40s found deceased in his home takes Dallas County's coronavirus death toll to 11, with 61 more cases reported by Dallas County Health and Human Services.
Confusion Still Swirling Amid Collin County Stay At Home OrdersOne commissioner has urged Judge Chris Hill to clear up some of the confusion about his emergency order from last Tuesday.
Scammers Targeting People Self Isolating At Home Who Want To WorkWith millions of Americans out of work, scammers are on the prowl.
Grocery Stores Adjust To Changes Due To CoronavirusAlbertson’s and Tom Thumb director of public Relations Christy Lara said, “It’s been a lot to adjust to starting with product limits.”
Scott Says Sunshine Returns SoonIt was a cool, rainy, gloomy Monday in North Texas.
North Texas Domestic Violence Shelter Seeing Increase In CallsHope's Door CEO Christina Coultas says the rooms are where victims of spousal abuse seek comfort and confide in counselors. Now that’s happening online or over the phone because of COVID-19.
Dallas Middle School Holds Virtual Fire Drill To Keep Students Involved While At Home“What we were doing was trying to come up with ways to keep our kids involved in school,” said Principal Chandra Barnett. They decided to do that by holding a virtual fire drill. They asked their students and staff to go outside, take their pictures and share them on social media.
Amid Sporting Event Cancellations Due To Coronavirus, Fans Turn To Esports For EntertainmentAmid all the sporting event cancellations caused by the coronavirus, fans are turning to Esports for entertainment.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastIt'll be a beautiful weekend for North Texans with cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures peaking at 76 degrees.

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