Texas County To Arrest COVID-19 Positive Residents Who Refuse To Self-IsolateA South Texas county isn't taking any chances when it comes to the coronavirus, issuing a warning that anyone who tests positive and refuses to self-isolate could end up in jail. Katie Johnston reports.
Texas Education Agency Issues Guidelines For Reopening Schools During Coronavirus PandemicThe TEA said parents and teachers should expect to see some campuses close for brief periods during the upcoming school year, due to COVID-19 infections.
Growing Number Of Texas Sheriffs Refuse To Enforce Governor Abbott's Face Mask RequirementA growing number of sheriffs in Texas say they are refusing to follow a recent executive order requiring face masks in public. Governor Greg Abbott's mandate aims to slow the spread of coronavirus, as cases in the state soared past 200,000 on Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Canceled! State Fair Of Texas Won’t Open For First Time Since World War IIFor the first time since WWII, The State Fair of Texas will not open in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
More Rain Overnight Into Tuesday AMIt's going to be soggy, but that's not a bad thing. It's going to get really hot and dry soon.
North Texas Mother Who Lost Teen Daughter To Coronavirus Concerned About Young People's Behavior During PandemicShe says as she copes with her daughter's death, she has a hard time seeing young people not take COVID-19 seriously.
Texas Doctors Create Coronavirus Activity Risk Guide: 'The Public Needs More Directed Guidance'A group of Texas doctors have created a guide to help people measure the risk of COVID-19 from nearly 40 daily activities.
Teachers Concerns About Classroom Safety During PandemicThe new school year begins in a little more than a month.
Coronavirus-Related Lawsuits Keeping Texas Courts BusyTexas has at least 217 Covid-19 filings in the court system, the fourth highest total in the nation.
Community Kitchen Launched In Dallas To Feed Struggling Hospitality Workers During PandemicAn effort is underway in downtown Dallas to feed out-of-work and struggling hospitality workers.
Monday Evening Weather UpdateScattered thunderstorms this evening becoming more widespread overnight. Low 74F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 80%. Rainfall possibly over one inch. Locally heavy rainfall possible.
Dallas Tech Firm Helps Connect Loved Ones VirtuallyWhen Covid-19 prevents face-to-face interaction, video is the second best thing. Dallas-based technology company OneDay takes families inside of senior living centers, virtually.
'Kill Me Or I'm Going To Kill Him,' Armed Man Holds Clerk Hostage Before Cop Shoots HimA Garland police officer shot an aggravated robbery suspect who held a clerk hostage with a knife at a convenience store.
Free Temporary COVID-19 Testing Site Opens At School In The Fort Worth ISDMaude Logan Elementary School, in the Fort Worth Independent School District, is the host site for a new temporary COVID-19 testing location.
DFW Hospital Council Warning They May Go Into 'Surge Mode' To Add Beds During PandemicWith positive Covid-19 cases increasing at a rapid rate in North Texas, the President and CEO of the DFW Hospital Council Stephen Love says hospitals may have to take the next step to make sure they have enough beds for anyone who needs one.
Dallas County Reports More Than 1,200 New Coronavirus CasesC"Today we've seen our biggest jump ever in hospitalizations, both in the region and in the county. We saw 105 more hospitalizations than yesterday, a 16% increase in one day alone," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said.
Rumors About COVID-19 Parties DebunkedThere is talk on social media about people getting kids together to spread the virus in an effort to give them immunity.
Richardson Police Searching For Person Who Shot Couple While Driving On North Central ExpresswayPolice in Richardson are looking for the person/persons who opened fire on a vehicle while traveling along North Central Expressway in the early morning hours of July 6. Katie Johnston reports.
Arlington Resident Living Life Of 'Golden Riches' After $1M Scratch Ticket WinArlington is home to a new millionaire who bought a winning ticket at A-Z Food Mart in Irving. His/her win (the claimant chose to remain anonymous) means only two top prizes worth $1 million remain in the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game $1,000,000 Golden Riches. Katie Johnston reports.
July 4th Weekend ForecastThere is a small chance of rain, but a large chance of oppressive heat!
Pandemic Forces North Texans To Enjoy July 4th Weekend A Little DifferentlyArlington moved its annual fireworks display from downtown to allow spectators a chance to watch from their cars.
Mask Supporters Say Mandate Was Long OverdueThe new statewide mask mandate changes nothing at Cedar Hill's U Need Nails salon.
Pandemic May Be Driving RV Sales, RentalsWhen it comes to traveling these days, many families are hitting the road.
Dallas County Fireworks Shop Owner Says Canceled Shows Brought Booming Sales“If I didn’t have my mask on, you could see the big smile on my face right now,” said John Palmer, owner of Palmer Fireworks in Dallas County.

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