Dallas police are investigating a shooting that involved a Plano detective Thursday morning.
A megachurch with three campuses and more than 40,000 members in North Texas will reopen next weekend.
There is no hope for one North Texas-based retail chain while another could be thrown a lifeline by an online competitor.
The heat is already here, but many public swimming pools are closed.
A Dallas man is home recovering from COVID-19 after spending 36 days in the ICU. Three weeks of that time was in a medically induced coma.
Many college athletes in their senior year are in limbo with the coronavirus pandemic affecting the spring sports season. Now they are having to make some tough decisions.
Gov. Greg Abbott told members of a Plano megachurch there is a reason for hope.
Plano’s mayor answered questions from kids about the coronavirus during an online town hall meeting.
President Donald Trump revealed his guidelines for reopening the economy on Thursday.
JC Penney is reportedly exploring bankruptcy in the wake of having to close all of its stores to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
First responders in Plano showed their appreciation for healthcare workers with a parade of lights Monday night.
A food pantry that normally helps thousands of families in need is now asking for help of its own.
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.
People in Plano say hand washing will be impossible if the city follows through with water termination notices.
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 coronavirus is having an impact on first responders in North Texas.
A local restaurant group is launching an effort to help people who lost their jobs.
A Plano company is offering in-home COVID-19 testing for those who meet certain criteria.
The coronavirus has limited North Texans' ability to dine inside restaurants and bars, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy their food and support local businesses.