For the third week in a row, the overall COVID-10 forecast by UT Southwestern researchers is hopeful. While the number of COVID hospitalizations remain high, they have declined in recent weeks to under 3,200 from a delta surge high of nearly 3,600 earlier this month.
Northwest ISD says it's not holding a homecoming dance because it cannot guarantee student safety. Angry over the district's move, a group of parents forked up their own money, found a venue and a DJ and are now selling tickets to their own homecoming dance.
A senior corporal with the Dallas Police Department was arrested in Lewisville for driving while intoxicated.
Denton County Fire Marshal Roland Asebedo has died from complications of COVID-19.
A high school in Sanger has opened a grocery store in its building to better serve families in its community. Payment is with points rather than cash or credit. Its design's purpose is to have families think of it as a grocery store rather than a food pantry.
Investigators have not elaborated on the specifics of the threat. Friday night’s Pilot Point football game against Fort Worth All Saints has been canceled as well as the school's volleyball game.
The latest UT Southwestern COVID forecast expects the situation to get worse before it gets better. Hospitalizations are up in the North Texas region, but so are vaccinations and the use of masks. That could start to bring the COVID infection rate down faster than previously predicted.
The health information potentially exposed to the public in Denton County was COVID-19 vaccination data – including names, birth dates, email addresses and phone numbers.
At the forefront of everyone’s mind in the Denton County firefighter community is 36-year-old Stephen Forrest.
For the second day in a row, there are no staffed pediatric ICU beds in the North Texas region.
Owners of a Denton diner about to close said the number of COVID-19 cases in the area is overwhelming and they've also struggled to hire people, a problem that's plagued restaurants across the country.
New projections from UT Southwestern show the immense strain on North Texas hospitals. If nothing changes, the report reveals September’s hospitalization numbers could surpass any point in the pandemic so far.
The boat hit several rocks under the bridge and all six passengers were ejected.
Reinforcements in the form of traveling medical staff are on their way weeks after the state initially turned down helping hospitals. So far, nearly 100 of those traveling medical workers are going to two of our largest hospitals. More are expected.
A 3-year-old died after being found unresponsive at a Little Elm splash pad Friday night.
Denton County Public Health will now allow those who meet certain eligibility criteria to register for a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The ordinance in Denton is worded the exact same as the mandate Dallas County issued Wednesday, but Denton ISD revealed they are not planning to follow the city's mask mandate.
The city of Denton is the latest to issue a mask mandate despite the governor’s order. It goes into effect Friday.
“We [have] no staffed pediatric ICU beds available in Trauma Service Area E,” said Stephen Love, President/CEO, Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council.
The West Nile virus is back in North Texas with more cases.