A food pantry that normally helps thousands of families in need is now asking for help of its own.
At a time when city and county leaders are asking everyone to show patience and compassion, a small business owner in McKinney says her landlord is doing anything but that.
Demand for meals is at an all-time high for the North Texas Food Bank as people deal with layoffs, furloughs and children at home. The National Guard is stepping in to help.
The shelter-in-place ordinance issued in McKinney has been extended.
People in Plano say hand washing will be impossible if the city follows through with water termination notices.
After the governor released his statewide order, Collin County ditched its controversial ‘stay at home’ order.
Some high school orchestra students in North Texas came up with an innovative way to perform together during the pandemic.
A Collin County judge denied a challenge from a McKinney realtor, who said the city was overstepping by issuing a tougher order than county leaders in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
Andrea Olatunji lost her father to natural causes and traveled from North Texas to Lagos, Nigeria with her sister for his funeral nearly three weeks ago. During her trip, the ripple effect of the virus halted air travel.
The city of Plano may soon adopt a stay-at-home ordinance to close more businesses in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Along with hospitals across the country, smaller family practices are experiencing a shortage in critical equipment necessary to protect themselves and patients due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The mayor for the city of McKinney says his teen daughter has tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus.
The coronavirus is having an impact on first responders in North Texas.
People who live in McKinney are currently under a shelter-at-home ordinance that is now being challenged in court.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is criticizing Collin County’s leaders who have ordered a less strenuous stay-at-home order than other counties in the area.
The city of McKinney ordered all non-essential businesses to close, and that order takes effect at midnight Wednesday.
A local restaurant group is launching an effort to help people who lost their jobs.
Collin County residents were ordered to stay at home if possible, effective immediately on Tuesday, but businesses in the county will be allowed to stay open.
These organizations are trying to do what they can to continue to serve hundreds of families in need while still keeping safe social distancing measures and working with fewer volunteers and staff.
A Plano company is offering in-home COVID-19 testing for those who meet certain criteria.