Businesses and restaurants across the nation are shifting everyday operations to continue service during the coronavirus outbreak.
Read our ongoing coverage of the new coronavirus and how it is affecting McKinney.
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.
The funding will raise base pay from $10 per hour to $15 per hour for direct care professionals.
Here are six Dallas-Fort Worth-area Community Impact Newspaper stories regarding the coronavirus that readers might have missed.
After receiving a gift of more than 100 face masks, the North Dallas-area franchise set up a donation of 50 masks to area Baylor Scott & White hospitals.
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.
The $2 trillion package provides funding to help fight the virus and to provide financial assistance for Americans during the pandemic.
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.
McKinney-area hospitals received a truckload of personal protective equipment from the McKinney ISD Health Department this week.
Dallas-Fort Worth counties vary in self-response rates on the U.S. census as Census Day arrives April 1.
The first of what is hoped will turn into a series of concerts for the McKinney Musician Relief Fund will begin the weekend of April 3.
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.
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.
Rick Wells said laying off the majority of his employees at Harvest Seasonal Kitchen and Rick’s Chophouse in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak was one of the hardest decisions he has ever had to make.
ROUNDUP: DFW businesses provide adjusted services to community, support each other during coronavirus
Read more about some of the businesses the Community Impact Newspaper team has featured.
Collin County judge rescinds order defining all business as essential after governor issues statewide guidelines
Collin County’s top elected official has withdrawn his stay-at-home order that defined all business as essential.
The North Texas area’s population rose by more than 1.2 million between 2010 and 2019.
'Now is the time to redouble our efforts': Abbott issues executive order for state on COVID-19 extending school closures, clarifying essential services
Gov. Greg Abbott updated Texans and issued an executive order regarding the state's response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis during a March 31 afternoon press conference.
A court left McKinney’s shelter-in-place ordinance intact after a resident’s legal challenge claimed the policy conflicted with the county judge’s order.
McKinney Fire Station No. 10 is expected to open the morning of April 2, according to a release from the McKinney Fire Department.
Select locations can test up to 1,200 patients per day, according to the medical group.
No changes were made to County Judge Chris Hill’s original order during the March 30 commissioners meeting.