It's Still Unclear If People On Social Security Need To File Tax Return To Get $1,200 Stimulus CheckDo people on Social Security need to file a tax return to receive a stimulus check?
Practice Social Distancing On The Katy Trail, Or It Will CloseThe Dallas Parks and Recreation Department could start to close the city's parks and trails if residents do not comply with social distancing guidelines while using them, the city says.
Grocery Stores Expected Busier As WIC Benefits Are ReplenishedApril 1 marks some much-needed relief for families who rely on government programs to buy fresh food at the grocery store.
Keller Photographer Takes Front Porch Pictures In Exchange For Donations To Local CharitiesA North Texas photographer participating in the Front Porch Project is showing up to client's homes for five minute sessions in exchange for donations to local charities or food banks.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastNorth Texas can expect nothing but April showers this week/weekend.
Coronavirus: What To Do If Laid Off & Can't Pay BillsConsumer advocates suggest immediately informing lenders of a financial hardship due to COVID-19 before potential late fees kick in.
Fewer Open Businesses, Flights & Drivers Could End With The World Running Out Of Space To Store OilWith an unprecedented collapse in oil demand, that has sent crude crashing to 18-year lows, the world could soon run out of room to store all the unneeded barrels of oil. Katie Johnston reports.
Former Allen Eagles QB Grant Tisdale Fighting For Starting Spot At Ole Miss Despite Coronavirus PandemicFormer Allen Eagles quarterback Grant Tisdale is looking to start for Ole Miss, but his fight has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Mild Wednesday With Sun And CloudsEnjoy the dry weather as rain returns soon.
\Texas Mental Health Support Line Set Up To Help With Coronavirus AnxietyTexas Health and Human Services announced it launched a statewide mental health support line to help those experiencing anxiety, stress or emotional challenges during the pandemic.
Questions Answered About $1,200 Stimulus Checks Coming To Millions Of AmericansMillions of Texans should soon be getting $1,200 checks from the U.S. government as the House of Representatives passed the $2 trillion stimulus bill last Friday.
High School Senior Plans Disrupted By CoronavirusGovernor Greg Abbott has extended his disaster declaration to limit human contact to prevent the spread of coronavirus, meaning schools are closed until at least May 4.
Collin County Judge Rescinds Order That 'All Businesses Are Essential'Judge Chris Hill says Governor Greg Abbott's order supersedes his and businesses that may have deemed themselves essential are no longer essential.
DART and Fort Worth Police Officers Test Positive For CoronavirusThe Fort Worth Police Department confirmed Tuesday a third police officer has tested positive for COVID-19.
Stimulus Check Questions AnsweredThe 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.
Dallas Artists Use Talents To Make Face Shields For Health Care Workers, First RespondersDallas area artists and inventors who now have nothing but time on their hands have strong desire to help those combatting COVID-19.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Warns More Difficult Days AheadAs the number of positive COVID-19 cases grows, the City of Dallas is enacting a new set of regulations requiring hospitals to give leaders daily reports regarding ventilator and hospital bed capacity.
Latest Coronavirus Case Numbers In North TexasDallas County reported 82 more positive cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday afternoon, bringing the total number of cases in the county to 631.
Judge Denies Request To Halt Enforcement Of McKinney's Shelter-In-Place OrderJudge Jill Willis' ruling means McKinney's emergency order remains in place, but quite frankly, everyone statewide, will now have to follow Governor Abbott's orders.
Tarrant County Hospitals Have Plenty Of Beds For COVID-19 PatientsWhile coronavirus cases climbed again in Tarrant County, hospitals still have space.
Renters Cannot Be Evicted At Least Until April 19, Texas Supreme Court SaysSome counties in North Texas have already postponed eviction hearings beyond the April 19 deadline.
Great Weather ReturnsClouds thinned out as Tuesday went on.
Ones For Wellness: COVID-19 Survivor's StoryThe breakthrough in fighting COVID-19 may come from those who survive the virus.
Gov. Abbott: Extends Order, Keeps School Closed Until May 4Governor Greg Abbott has extended his disaster declaration to limit human contact to prevent the spread of coronavirus, meaning schools are closed until at least May 4. Katie Johnston reports.

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