Latest in Keller-Roanoke-northeast Fort Worth: Additional COVID-19 related deaths confirmed in Tarrant, Denton counties
Tarrant County Public Health announced April 6 that two additional coronavirus-related deaths have occurred in the county.
INTERACTIVE: Find out what Keller, Roanoke and northeast Fort Worth restaurants are doing to remain open throughout the coronavirus outbreak
This story will be updated daily with the latest information.
VIDEO: Texas Tribune interview with Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar about the coronavirus's effects on the state economy
At 8 a.m. April 7, The Texas Tribune will host a live interview with Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar, conducted by Texas Tribune Executive Editor Ross Ramsey.
Residents can exercise in city parks and on city trails if they maintain proper social distancing at all times.
The Texas chapter of the American Planning Association has designated Oak Street in downtown Roanoke as a “Great Texas Street.”
Here are six Dallas-Fort Worth-area Community Impact Newspaper stories regarding the coronavirus that readers might have missed.
Latest in Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth: Coronavirus-related deaths rise; outbreak confirmed at assisted-living facility
Officials with Tarrant County Public Health announced April 5 that two more Tarrant County residents have died due to complications from the novel coronavirus.
Keller City Council agreed to postpone elections for mayor and City Council Place 5 and Place 6 until Nov. 3, 2020.
Keller residents now have an opportunity to purchase high-quality grocery items at what is known as The Bowden Market.
The Fort Worth Fire Department responded to a common inquiry by local residents with information on the average time novel coronavirus lives on common surfaces.
American Red Cross avoids near-shortage of blood donations, urges donors to keep scheduling appointments
When concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak started to rise to new levels in the nation in March, thousands of blood donors canceled appointments with the American Red Cross.
Read the latest coronavirus updates from communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area below.
CBD American Shaman stores in Keller, Roanoke donating medical-grade cleansing wash to first responders
As local cases of the coronavirus continue to emerge, CBD American Shaman is using its manufacturing plant in Kansas City to make a sanitizing cleansing wash.
Republic Services has reported seeing an uptick in recycling contamination and trash volume.
The $2 trillion package provides funding to help fight the virus and to provide financial assistance for Americans during the pandemic.
A number of avenues are now open for small businesses across the country to seek financial relief from the economic strain caused by the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Sushi Nomi first opened in northeast Fort Worth in 2016.
Here are some noteworthy stories from the past week dealing with the impact of the coronavirus.
Texas ranked fifth among states in the U.S. with 275,597 initial claims filed the week ending March 28.
Dallas-Fort Worth counties vary in self-response rates on the U.S. census as Census Day arrives April 1.
McGrail recognized the strain recent restrictions have put on residents, but it is not entirely doom and gloom, he said.
A handful of towns and special districts still plan to go ahead with their May 2 votes, arranging polling places despite calls from the president on down directing people to stay at home to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.
The agency announced TexRail service will be temporarily suspended April 4-5.
To help drive up local business, the city has launched multiple social media campaigns and contests that have engaged hundreds of residents.
First responders, medical professionals across Texas worry about inadequate personal protective equipment supplies
In a survey of emergency service districts across the state, two-thirds of respondents said they were concerned about a shortage of equipment such as masks, goggles and gloves.