NASCAR analyst Larry McReynolds from Fox Sports gives us a preview of Sunday's eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series event which can be seen on FS1 at noon.
Derrick Kinney is a certified financial educator who breaks down what you need to know about the stimulus check to help families during the economic downturn.
American Revelry recently opened its doors. The new Burleson restaurant is learning how to adapt during the pandemic and started selling survival kits after it was forced to close the dining room.
Dallas Children's Advocacy Center discusses the uptick in child abuse cases and how the charity organization is helping kids in need.
Operation Kindness shared an update about the call to foster pets in the shelter. There is also a wish list if you couldn't foster a pet, but would like to help a furry friend as Operation Kindness promotes social distancing.
Carter BloodCare and Dallas Summer Musicals are teaming up because the need for blood at our hospitals is critical. Friday's blood drive starts at 10 a.m. and lasts through 4 p.m. People are encouraged to make an appointment by texting 800-366-2834. More: carterbloodcare.org
There are many good things happening all around us even with this pandemic going on. WNBA Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman, who lives right here in North Texas, joins Good Day to talk about her charity's efforts to feed the Dallas police officers who are working to keep people safe. More: nancyliebermancharities.org
Plano's mayor admits there's been some confusion about different disaster orders to stem the spread of the coronavirus in his city. Mayor Harry LaRosiliere joined Good Day live to try to clear up some of that confusion.
Many of you have seen your income adversely affected or cut out all together during the COVID-19 crisis. And that's left you worried about losing your home. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello answers some questions about renters rights and Dallas County's hold on evictions.
Colin Allred is one of the House members expecting to quickly approve the history-making economic relief bill. He joins Good Day life from his home to discuss the bill and its pros and cons.
The new stay-at-home order in Dallas County means the SPCA of Texas has put adoptions on hold right now. They are offering to help pet owners instead.
A group of North Texans have answered the call for personal protection equipment for healthcare workers. Sherrie Salas founded the Facebook group North Texas Mask Makers and made the first delivery this week. More: facebook.com/groups/519935795386447/
McKinney Mayor George Fuller joins Good Day live on the phone to talk about what prompted him to take a stronger position than the county on the coronavirus. All of McKinney's nonessential businesses are now closed. More: mckinneytexas.org/COVID-19
People are dealing with a lot of stress because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Good Day talks to Mayo Clinic Neuropsychologist Dr. Beth Rush about how to cope with the stress and anxiety. More: adaa.org
Texas Tribune reporter Alana Rocha talks to Good Day about the way Texas is now counting its coronavirus cases. Also, Gov. Greg Abbott signaled he might be open to issuing a statewide stay-at-home order. More: texastribune.org
A pair of 3-year-old twins have a bright view of what many adults consider a crisis -- a quarantine.
A restaurant group and the non-profit CitySquare have teamed up to help laid off workers in the hospitality industry. Front Burner CEO Randy DeWitt talks to Good Day about the idea and how it will work.
Republican Congressman Michael Burgess is a physician with a very unique viewpoint of the economic, health and political aspects. He joins Good Day live from Washington D.C. to discuss the late-night deal on a stimulus package.
Kay Rodgers, the executive director of Virtual Learning at Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, discusses the challenges many families are facing with the quick switch to online learning.She offers suggestions for helping students stay focused and motivated.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price joins Good Day to talk more about the stay-at-home order for Tarrant County. She also talks about how the coronavirus is affecting her city.