The pandemic forced North Texans to change their workout habits. But even as gyms have been reopened for awhile, some residents are sticking to home routines.
Fans Flock To Dallas' Fair Park For 'Wicked,' First Broadway Tour Since Pandemic BeganFans are excited about Wicked and the return of Dallas Summer Musicals.
6-Foot Main Break In Dallas Sends Water Straight Into Trinity RiverDespite all the water that spewed from a broken Dallas water main Tuesday afternoon, August 3, the city said no one lost water service.
New Push In North Texas For Pregnant Women To Get The COVID-19 VaccineBaylor Scott & White says they're seeing more cases among pregnant women, and more pregnant women needing hospitalization.
Frisco ISD First In North Texas To Offer Online Learning In Wake Of Rise In COVID-19 CasesThis applies to Early Childhood through sixth grade students who are still ineligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Supply Chain Issues Impacting Companies Across The WorldIf you've tried to make a big purchase recently, you probably faced a long wait and a high price tag. The shortages are a byproduct of the pandemic that's wreaking havoc on companies across the world.
Dallas Firefighter Arrested For Allegedly Lying About COVID-19 Diagnosis, Using Paid Time Off For Family VacationDallas Police said William Jordan Carter, 38, is charged with felony theft.
North Texas Hospitals Say They Need Hundreds Of Additional Staff Members Due To COVID-19 SurgeThere are more than 1,800 COVID-19 patients in North Texas hospitals. That's more than four times as many as one month ago.
Frisco ISD First In North Texas To Offer Online Learning In Wake Of Rise In COVID-19 CasesThis applies to Pre K through sixth grade students who are still ineligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Teachers Back At School, Some Health Experts Concerned About No MasksKennedi Walker reports.
Flight Delays Increasing At DFW AirportThis has been a problem all week long so far.
Ones For Wellness: Health Experts Remind Parents About Required VaccinesHealth experts are reminding parents not to forget about the importance of required vaccines for children.
Driver Shot In Road Rage Incident, Fort Worth Police SayPolice said the shooting was a result of a road rage incident involving two vehicles leaving from a nearby apartment complex. Katie Johnston reports.
QB Recruit Quinn Ewers Skipping Senior Year At Southlake-Carroll, Headed To Ohio StateBig news from the North Texas teen considered to be the top quarterback prospect in the class of 2022. Quinn Ewers is skipping his senior year at Southlake-Carroll and is headed to Ohio State.
Louisiana Governor Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate Due To COVID-19 SurgeDemocratic Gov. John Bel Edwards announced the mandate, which goes into effect on Wednesday, August 4, less than three months after he lifted a previous face covering requirement.
North Texas School Districts Grapple With Learning Loss And Keeping Teachers, Students From Getting COVID-19Following an extended calendar in an effort to address learning loss, this year they’re offering students more built-in social and emotional learning time.
Sunnyvale Raiders Return To Practice Field With High HopesMonday was the first day of football practice for The Raiders and they have championship aspirations.
Some Going For 3rd COVID-19 Shot Despite No Booster Being Authorized YetThere is still not clear evidence a booster shot is necessary.
Fort Worth Struggling With 911 Operator ShortageIt could be months before new hires are ready for the job.
Thousands Of North Texas Students Return To In-Person LearningCaroline Vandergriff takes a look at the return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas Senate Select Committee Meets Regarding Future Of Texas College SportsThe Big 12 is concerned about Texas and Oklahoma leaving for the SEC.
Dallas Restaurant Requiring Customers To Mask-Up"The reaction’s been overwhelmingly positive. We’ve had very, very few people that were argumentative this time around," said owner Joe Groves.
Administrative Court Judge Orders Mask-Wearing To Enter Dallas County CourthousesThe order by Administrative District Judge Maricela Moore requires masks to be worn in the common areas of the George Allen Courthouse, which houses the county’s civil courts; the Frank Crowley Courthouse, which houses its criminal courts; and the Henry Wade Building, which houses its juvenile courts.
Texas Experiencing Another COVID-19 SurgeTexas is seeing numbers of new cases it hasn't seen in five months. There were 13,100 new cases reported Friday.
High School Players Looking To Get Same Endorsement Benefits As College AthletesThere are high school players who are looking to get benefits from endorsement deals that college athletes are able to receive.