Grant program applications open, event center backlash and more: Most popular news from DFW this week
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Texans face new travel restrictions in several states across the U.S. Read here to see which states and countries require documentation or quarantine for visiting Texans.
New orders from the governor close bars as of 12 p.m. June 26 and direct restaurants to limit dine-in areas to 50% capacity starting June 29.
Texas Tribune: Texas’ Hispanic population grew by 2 million in the past decade, on pace to be largest share of state by 2021
Texas’ Hispanic population has grown by more than 2 million since 2010, according to new population estimates released June 25 by the U.S. Census Bureau, and the state's demographer now predicts that Hispanics will be the state's largest population group by mid-2021.
More than half of new Dallas County cases confirmed since June 1 have been adults under age 40.
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The bankruptcy filings are for restaurants in Arlington, Carrollton and Coppell. The status of the remaining locations, which include those in Richardson, Roanoke and Lewisville, is unclear.
FROM THE TEXAS TRIBUNE: In early May, Gov. Greg Abbott pointed to the positivity rate—a ratio of positive COVID-19 tests to all tests—and said anything over 10% was cause for alarm. As of June 25, Texas has exceeded that mark for the first time since April.
Abbott urged Texans to continue wearing a mask, washing their hands and practicing social distancing.
The four counties included in the order are Bexar, Dallas, Harris and Travis counties.
As Fourth of July approaches and coronavirus numbers spike, local officials, medical experts plead with Texans to be safe
"In Texas as a whole, what we’re seeing right now is we are in the highest-risk phase of the pandemic we’ve ever been in," said Dr. Spencer Fox, the associate director of The University of Texas COVID-19 modeling consortium.
Officials approve gun range in McKinney, PGA plans in Frisco OK'd: Transportation and development news from DFW
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Texans who receive a coronavirus tests at a state-run mobile testing site will now be provided four free surgical masks.
"I'm just reiterating as clearly as I possibly can that this is going to take money, collaboration and following the science if we are going to be able to open schools in-person safely for our kids,” said Randi Weingarten, the president of American Federation of Teachers.
An infectious disease expert weighs in on the science behind how face coverings work and tips to keep in mind while wearing them.
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According to guidelines released by the state education agency June 23, districts will not be allowed to adopt an all-virtual learning model.
Texans Asking for Meaningful Student Assessment urges state officials to request testing waiver in light of COVID-19 closures
Based on the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Texans Asking for Meaningful Student Assessment, or TAMSA, is calling upon state officials to waive student testing for the 2020-21 school year.
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This expected rise in hospitalizations would come after a 24% increase that occurred between the second and third weeks of June.
The governor said since late May, the number of new COVID-19 cases confirmed daily across the state has more than doubled.
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