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Prayer and protests: DFW reacts to George Floyd's death

Read the latest news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.


Texas Water Development Board seeks members for regional groups to address flooding statewide

The Texas Water Development Board is looking for residents to be part of planning groups that will help develop Texas's first statewide regional flooding plan.


Three Dog Bakery now offering canine treats in Flower Mound

The bakery offers all-natural dog food, celebration cakes and a variety of treats.



Splash pads reopen in McKinney and other DFW business and community news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area here.


Protests, development plans and three other popular DFW stories from this week

Here are five recent updates from the metroplex on police brutality protests, a Frisco report of West Nile Virus and more.


Sounds of Lewisville Concert Series to continue online

After initially announcing the cancellation of this year’s Sounds of Lewisville Concert Series in May, the city has revived the annual event as a weekly virtual gathering on Facebook Live.


The Sharma Group-Compass Real Estate now open in Flower Mound

Compass provides a digital platform for buying and selling residential properties.



Emergency SNAP food benefits extended in Texas during COVID-19 pandemic

SNAP assists around 1.4 million eligible low-income individuals and families in Texas.


JCPenney store in Lewisville mall among those closing as part of company restructuring

The JCPenney store at Music City Mall in Lewisville is among 154 stores across the country to permanently close as part of the retailer's plan to get a handle on its finances amid bankruptcy.


Spray parks return to Frisco and more: Business and community news from the DFW area

Read the latest business and community news from Community Impact Newspaper's coverage of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.


YouFit Health Clubs in Flower Mound emptied out following COVID-19 closure

YouFit Health Clubs emptied its Flower Mound location of gym equipment in late May following several weeks of being closed for COVID-19.



CMS reports 321 coronavirus deaths in Texas nursing homes, nearly 32,000 nationwide

CMS also unveiled an interactive map that lets users search any nursing home in the U.S. to its COVID-19 cases.


North Texas hospitals, hit by revenue losses, lobby for Medicaid program expansion

A group of North Texas hospitals plans to promote expanding Medicaid ahead of next year’s session of the Texas Legislature as the state’s health system deals with substantial revenue losses incurred during the coronavirus pandemic.


Gov. Greg Abbott's June 3 guidelines allow most Texas businesses to operate at 50% capacity

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott continues to lift coronavirus-related business restrictions.


Plano-based Cinemark to begin phased reopening of theaters June 19

Cinemark has announced a “multiphased” reopening of its movie theaters that will begin June 19, three months after the Plano-based company closed all its locations nationwide in response to the coronavirus pandemic.



Seven Mile Cafe now serving breakfast, lunch in Old Town Lewisville

The restaurant is offering dine-in service at 50% occupancy as well as takeout.


Luxury condo Lakeside Tower opens in Flower Mound

Some building amenities include a wine room, yoga room and golf simulator.


Census reinstates some field operations in Texas following coronavirus delay

Operations began in Fort Worth, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio beginning May 25.


ROUNDUP: Read about local businesses in the DFW area

Read Community Impact Newspaper's latest business coverage from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.



Lewisville police recommend residents avoid Main Street, Valley Parkway intersection due to protest

Due to a scheduled protest at Lewisville High School on June 2, the Lewisville Police Department is recommending residents avoid the intersection of Main Street and Valley Parkway.


Texas comptroller reports 13.2% year-over-year state sales tax revenue drop in May

Tax collection revenue fell significantly in several sectors from May 2019 to May 2020, according to the comptroller's office.


Texas officials respond to demonstrations, unrest in wake of George Floyd killing

Gov. Greg Abbott issued a state of disaster in Texas on May 31, while various city officials and law enforcment responded to protests and violence over the weekend.


Health care snapshot: Here's how Denton County ranks among other Texas counties

Here is a snapshot of how Denton County ranks among other Texas counties on various health measures.