More local hospitals are opening new units dedicated to treating only coronavirus patients.
A new lCE policy has thousands of foreign college students anxious about their futures in this country.
Health officials said there were 1,164 new cases on Friday, along with nine new deaths.
We've seen vending machines that have dispensed pizzas and donuts, but as North Texas continues to see a rise in COVID-19 cases, Dallas Love Field has put out a PPE vending machine.
Garland police need help finding the people who used COVID-19 as an excuse to scam their way into a woman's home.
The Dallas ISD superintendent says the August back-to-school start time is in jeopardy.
Dallas ISD’s superintendent has suggested that high school football may not happen in the fall.
Paul Quinn College has officially canceled all in-person classes for the upcoming semester.
A North Texas father and son are back home recovering from a stay in the hospital after sharing a battle with COVID-19.
For the seventh day in a row, Dallas County health officials reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases.
Many families face a deadline to decide if their children will be in a classroom or learning at home when the new school year begins.
The man who police believe is responsible for the murder of a transgender woman in Dallas is now behind bars.
A police officer was injured in a rollover accident in southern Dallas.
A store clerk was shot in northeast Dallas early Thursday morning.
A Mesquite woman went to court on Wednesday to halt an eviction she said never should’ve been attempted.
For the sixth day in a row, Dallas County reported more than 1,000 cases.
Even though the Texas Education Agency released guidelines about the return to school, some North Texas parents say they're still struggling with the decision whether to let their kids return to a classroom or keep them online.
A federal disaster response team is on the way to help North Texas hospitals care for COVID-19 patients.
Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 1,029 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, marking the sixth straight day there has been more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases reported in the county.
Some neighborhoods will see the mosquito trucks for the first time this summer to prevent the spread of the West Nile virus.