Denton ISD’s board of trustees said they made their decision based on advice from local health officials, who say cases in the youngest age groups are growing.
Governor Greg Abbott is again warning if the mandatory mask order does not help significantly slow the spread, some other restrictions are possible.
More local hospitals are opening new units dedicated to treating only coronavirus patients.
Republican Sen. Del Marsh appeared to be referring to herd immunity, which public health experts say is either a long way off or perhaps unachievable.
Texans who cast their early ballots did so in record numbers, despite the pandemic.
The first day of school has been delayed for students in the Denton Independent School District.
The county says the majority of new cases are still being driven by young adults and emergency room visits are up.
Schools like UT Dallas, with the 12th most international students in the country, are trying to reassure foreign students they’ll find a way for them to continue their studies.
Most universities and colleges in the U.S. are not required to pay federal corporate income tax.
The Reno police department has released new information about a deadly standoff in Parker County.
Two wounded law enforcement officers are recovering Friday morning after they were met with gunfire at a home in rural Parker County.
A North Texas father and son are back home recovering from a stay in the hospital after sharing a battle with COVID-19.
Dan Henry has the latest forecast.
FOX 4’s Shaun Rabb has over the past several weeks been talking to many different voices about our shifting society. From police reform to systemic racism. From protesters to police. This week, Black Republicans add their voice to those of the past several weeks.
This week is on track to be Dallas County’s deadliest week. UT Southwestern projects that trend to continue over the next week.
Dallas ISD’s superintendent has suggested that high school football may not happen in the fall.
r. Michael Hinojosa says there will be much more deliberation about the return to school, but delaying the start may be more realistic.
Local and state authorities are still working to evacuate all remaining residents out of the Lake Worth nursing home after dozens of residents tested positive for COVID-19.
Another 1.3 million workers sought unemployment last week, according to the Department of Labor.