Child care groups have put resources into informing and educating families about things like who essential workers are and how to receive government assistance.
The number of K-12 students in Texas receiving nonmedical, or conscientious, exemptions for required vaccinations has increased statewide for at least the 10th straight year.
Here are 10 recent updates on the metroplex business and restaurant community, with stories on new businesses opening, old businesses struggling, owners making innovations and more.
Here are five recent updates from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, on a butcher shop in Keller, expanded COVID-19 testing in Collin County and more.
The North Texas Food Bank received a $100,000 donation from online retailer Amazon as the nonprofit continues to provide meals for residents in need.
Texas openings are staggered with different opening dates and operating limits.
All patients, residents and staff at Texas' 23 state hospitals and supported living centers will be tested for coronavirus regardless of symptoms or exposure.
Texas state agencies and institutions of higher education to expect a 5% reduction in budget plans for the 2020-21 biennium as part of the state's response to the economic ramifications of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Abbott removes late-fee barrier for Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission license, permit renewal
Gov. Greg Abbott is allowing the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission to waive the late fee for license and permit renewals that have lapsed since March 13, according to a May 20 press release.
Questions about a Texas driver's license? Department of Public Safety offices to begin phased reopening May 26
Limited services will be offered by appointment only.
Read the latest census data for Dallas-Fort Worth-area cities here.
“Small businesses are having to pivot, and we are seeing that. We are having businesses that had one business model that had to change," said Adriana Cruz, executive director for economic development and tourism in the Office of the Texas Governor.
A May 20 webinar hosted by the Richardson Chamber of Commerce highlighted companies that quickly adapted to the changing environment and will likely be in high demand once the crisis is over.
The ruling is the latest in the ongoing debate over whether access to mail ballots should be expanded in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Officials anticipate drawing from federal funds to ensure no delays in benefit payments.
Texas enters Phase 2 of reopening as Gov. Abbott announces opening dates for child care centers, bars and sporting events
Child care facilities may open May 18, with bars and sporting venues opening later in May.
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Here are five recent updates from the metroplex, on the economy reopening in Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake, development in Frisco and more.
Plano-based J.C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection May 15, a move the company said would help it navigate the difficult business climate during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Nationwide sales of retail, food services plummet in March, April amid social distancing, stay-at-home orders
As many businesses are operating on decreased capacities or have shut down completely, one side effect is a dip in monthly sales for retail and food services.
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North Texas traffic saw significant declines in March as government stay-at-home orders went into effect.
As more than 957,000 Texans have filed unemployment insurance claims with the Texas Workforce Commission in a one-month period, April 1-May 2, many of those Texans have likely also lost their employer-subsidized medical insurance and are now at a loss for what their next steps should be.