Carrollton police have arrested an 18-year-old who posted on social media that she tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus and is “willfully spreading it.”
The Dallas skyline on Thursday will be illuminated in blue to honor the millions of essential workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The Dallas City Council approved a plan to buy recreational vehicles as quarantine shelters for first responders.
Dallas police found a woman shot to death inside a wrecked out car overnight.
Dallas police gratefully accepted a donation of 1,000 face shields.
With federal stimulus loans hard to come by and the stimulus checks still weeks away, many business owners and people who were laid off continue to struggle with what lies ahead.
There are still a lot of unknowns that remain regarding treatments for COVID-19 coronavirus.
Dallas County Commissioners on Tuesday made an extraordinary move to limit the emergency powers of the County Judge Clay Jenkins when it comes to the county's stay at home order.
Some groups are concerned that across our state when COVID-19 has cleared, we'll be overwhelmed with child abuse and neglect cases.
Dallas city council members are working to fast track relief for small businesses that may not be able to get federal relief. The city is also looking to provide rent assistance for people who have lost their income.
There’s a ground campaign in Dallas County to enforce its stay-at-home order.
Federal officials have rejected the disaster declaration for the Dallas area submitted for last October’s destructive tornadoes.
The coronavirus has now killed just as many people in Dallas County as the flu did this season.
UDPATE 4/7/20: Carrollton police arrest teen who claimed she was intentionally spreading COVID-19 coronavirus
Texas Governor Greg Abbott addressed a rift between his office and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Dallas County reported just 43 new confirmed cases of COIVD-19 on Monday and no new deaths.
The Dallas Independent School District will make a decision about the rest of the school year next week.
The family of a Midlothian man fighting for his life against COVID-19 is asking for the public’s help getting a vital plasma donation that could help save him.
A North Texas family practice group plans to start testing people who may think they have COVID-19 but haven't shown symptoms or have recovered from mild symptoms.
There are now confirmed cases of COVID-19 at eight Dallas County assisted living centers and a psychiatric hospital.