Dallas County health officials reported 178 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, along with another death.
A 2-year-old girl is dead, a 3-year-old boy is hospitalized, and their parents are also seriously injured after being struck by a 19-year-old suspected drunk driver.
Lakewood Theater is now welcoming back guests. Craig Spivey owns the historic building and shared the safety measures underway to fight COVID-19 while you are enjoying a night at Bowlski's. Also, more details about the Great American Bowl Off
Holly Quartero from Galleria Dallas shares some graduation gift ideas for all ages.
It took hours Saturday to feed everyone in line for a food giveaway put on by North Texas based Mint Dentistry.
The co-founders of Mint Dentistry stepped up and gave away tons of food Saturday at its Cedar Hill location
People held a caravan rally in Dallas Saturday to push for an expansion to mail-in voting.
FOX 7 Austin did confirm from Waco DPS officials that there was an accident involving two motorcycles in Waco around 5 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
The sun was out Saturday, and so were a lot of people for Memorial Day weekend.
North Texas firefighters have begun testing all nursing home residents and staff for COVID-19.
The data also shows that over 12 Million Texans have received an EIP so far.
Amazon is giving some much needed financial support to the North Texas Food Bank.
President Donald Trump has indicated he wants all places of worship to reopen and is calling them essential.
School officials kept a close eye on the weather with another graduation ceremony at Texas Motor Speedway Friday.
UPDATE: Fort Worth police announced Saturday morning that Laloni Jones has been found.
Bars across Texas were allowed to reopen Thursday at midnight with 25 percent capacity, as part of Phase 2 of Governor Greg Abbott's new order allowing bars to open for the first time in nearly two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There were no injuries a roof collapsed at a daycare in the city of Trophy Club, north of Fort Worth.
The governor's plan to use strike force teams to test all residents and staff of Texas nursing homes for COVID-19 got underway Friday in McKinney and Plano.
Since daycares got the go-ahead to reopen this week, many have been planning how to do it while keeping workers and children safe.
With the next phase of Gov. Greg Abbott’s is reopening businesses this weekend, some medical professionals are concerned reopening could bring more people out with their guard down.