Here are five stories about the continued impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
City of Fort Worth bracing for financial losses from COVID-19
Fort Worth city officials estimate that sales tax revenue, which makes up 22% of general fund revenue, may fall short by up to $26 million in the second half of fiscal year 2019-20.
Dallas County judge floats taxpayer relief proposal for upcoming fiscal year
Dallas County is considering a proposal to divvy up fiscal year 2020-21 property tax payments over four quarterly installments, but it would need approval by the state Legislature to get off the ground.
Five restaurants in Richardson offering meals for Easter
For those looking for an easy holiday meal, many Richardson restaurants are offering specials for Easter.
Legacy ER advising those with medical issues unrelated to coronavirus not to delay doctor visits
A North Texas urgent care clinic is cautioning people not to put off doctor’s visit for health concerns not related to COVID-19 even as the virus dominates the popular consciousness.
Medical City Plano holds rallies to support health workers
Members of the Plano community drove around Medical City hospital April 8, honking, flashing lights and cheering in a display of solidarity for health care workers.
Daniel Houston, Ian Pribanic, Makenzie Plusnick, Olivia Lueckemeyer and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.