Dallas County was forced to cut a program prioritizing vaccinations for communities of color, after the state health department said the order violated its terms as a state vaccination hub.
All non-essential businesses in the North Texas region will also be made to operate at 50 percent capacity for at least one week.
A man, possibly the restaurant owner of Dallas' True Kitchen + Kocktails, was captured on video yelling and cursing at customers after women started dancing and twerking to the DJ-provided music blasting at the establishment.
The victim's daughter, Diana Resendiz, 30, pursued the suspects in her own car but was later found dead in the vehicle with a gunshot wound.
The ardently pro-Trump pastor urged evangelicals: "By our vote we are choosing the moral and spiritual direction of our country and not to vote is a sin against God and a sin against this country."
East Dallas artist Steven Novak decorated his front yard with scattered fake bodies and zombies covered in blood for Halloween.
Police have not released the name of the man who died while crossing Interstate 30 after first crashing his motorbike as he tried to escape from officers.
Students at the school in Dallas were invited to write a half-page biography of one of six men including Kyle Rittenhouse.
Dallas County officials lowered its coronavirus threat level to orange for the first time since May.
The council member said the report displayed a "lack of leadership" within the Dallas Police Department during protests that occurred shortly after the death of George Floyd.
Education and health officials in Texas are deciding whether or not to collect and publicly release COVID-19 infection data in schools, the paper said Tuesday.
"While local officials do possess certain emergency powers...statewide eviction procedures far exceed the requirement that those powers be exercised 'on an appropriate local scale,'" the Texas attorney general wrote.
The passenger's lawsuit charges that a flight attendant grabbed her and shook her arm after she used an extra blanket during a flight.
A Department of Defense medical team was sent to Bexar County, whose county seat is San Antonio.
State Fair of Texas organizers on Tuesday canceled the annual event for the first time since World War II over COVID-19 concerns, but state Republicans say their July convention is still on.
Texas saw a record 8,698 hospitalizations on Monday, the highest level reported since April 4.
The vice president wore a mask while in the First Baptist Church audience on Sunday but took it off to deliver a speech to the 2,200 people in attendance.
A Dallas area woman was recorded throwing a temper tantrum after store employees reportedly asked her to wear a facemask.
Dozens of Pride and Black Lives Matter protesters met outside First Baptist Dallas where several demonstrators taunted police officers with doughnuts on a string.
While the church will check temperatures, it says that facemasks and social distancing are "strongly encouraged" but not required.
"I was floored when it was positive," Meredith McKee said of her new positive diagnosis.
We all need to share our experiences with one another and be willing to listen to one another.
Several protests are expected to take place Wednesday in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston and Seattle.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson noted the record spike in cases is "more than likely" connected to recent reopenings across the state.
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"Unfortunately, a few Texas counties and cities seem to have confused recommendations with requirements and have grossly exceeded state law to impose their own will on private citizens and businesses," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a statement.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott also joined Attorney General Ken Paxton in calling for the jail sentence to be commuted.
Residents of Dallas County call for Shelley Luther's release from jail after Luther failed to close her salon in compliance with stay-at-home orders.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins criticized Governor Abbott's plan reopening some businesses on a limited basis on Monday, and he urged residents to err on the side of science and stay home.