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1 Dallas-Fort Worth TX coronavirus live updates for July 7
2 All 63 residents at Fort Worth-area nursing home transferred amid COVID-19 outbreak
3 Employee files complaint alleging COVID-19 safety flaws at Fort Worth Walmart center
4 Is Dallas-Fort Worth headed for another COVID-19 shutdown? Keep an eye on hospitals
5 Fort Worth Mayor, council members campaign for special police tax as opposition mounts
6 Fort Worth leaders just aren’t listening about the coronavirus
7 TCU faculty leader demands changes to shared governance system on ‘verge of collapse’
8 North Texas colleges say they’ll accommodate foreign students amid new ICE rule
9 Texas reports record 105 deaths, over 9000 coronavirus cases
10 2 law enforcement officers shot in Parker County; fire starts amid standoff with suspect
11 Dallas-Fort Worth TX coronavirus live updates for July 9
12 TCU hoped to postpone commencement ceremonies to August. Now they’re canceled.
13 High school football doubtful in the fall, according to Dallas schools superintendent
14 These Fort Worth-area companies saved more than 200,000 jobs with coronavirus loans
15 In a Texas first, Tarrant County dog infected with virus that causes COVID-19
16 Fort Worth’s graduation celebrations a success after plans changed due to coronavirus
17 Dallas County reports 16 new coronavirus deaths, 1029 cases
18 UIL updates summer workout guidelines that includes required masks, locker room access
19 Tarrant County reports 595 new coronavirus cases, 6 more deaths
20 Texas reports record deaths, second-highest COVID-19 cases
21 COVID-19: Fort Worth, TX, area paramedic delivers compassion
22 Texas reports record 10028 new coronavirus cases
23 After years of delays, could Panther Island’s bridges be ready sooner than expected?
24 Motorcyclist dies after his vehicle hits minivan on Arlington highway, police say
25 Fort Worth-area residents upset about masks demand ‘our freedoms back’ as COVID surges
26 Dallas County reports 10 coronavirus deaths, over 1000 cases
27 Another Fort Worth restaurant closes for now, sues Gov. Abbott over bar shutdown
28 Can this former KKK hall be transformed into Fort Worth’s place for community healing?
29 Half of Texas preseason all-state football team is from Dallas-Fort Worth high schools
30 Investigation under way at Lake Worth Nursing Home after residents with COVID evacuated
31 Man who flung burning cloth at house where he thought prostitutes plotted is sentenced
32 'We have to chose between education and our health' International students fear deportation amid coronavirus
33 New Mexico college to award ‘George Floyd’ scholarship
34 El Paso shooting suspect faces more federal charges
35 A restaurant owner who helped others now needs help: ‘I cried a couple of tears’
36 Former Fort Worth football stars, now at Dartmouth, ‘shocked’ by Ivy League decision
37 Star-Telegram recommendations in TX primary runoff elections
38 Horoscopes for Thursday, July 9, 2020
39 Meet Haley Samsel, the Star-Telegram’s new environmental reporter
40 Fort Worth police, state troopers filled Como streets. Why they were asked to be there
41 Whataburger brings the heat in new two-patty burger for the summer
42 Virus causes uncertainty for state lotteries
43 Mississippi seeing big virus outbreak in state legislature
44 St. Louis considers surveillance planes in crime battle
45 Takeaways: Paycheck Protection loans and the Catholic Church
46 Weary Fort Worth nurse says COVID-19 toll on health care workers, patients is rising
47 N.C. Republicans holding annual convention online
48 Huge ‘pong fest’ party exposes hundreds of teens to COVID-19 in Texas, officials say
49 California scrambles for more firefighters amid pandemic
50 Here’s how the Texas Rangers, Globe Life Field made history with Topps baseball cards
51 Scenes from hell: 1995 Srebrenica genocide in photos
52 Official: Feds feared Epstein confidant might kill herself
53 Louisiana governor, lawmakers oppose canceling school sports
54 Meet Kailey Broussard, the Star-Telegram’s new Arlington reporter
55 Planning to vote early in July 14 election? Tarrant County voters have until Friday.
56 Watchdog details storm of political pressure in Sharpiegate
57 Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott personally delivers $85,000 to North Texas Food Bank
58 Tarrant County will require face masks at all businesses amid surge of COVID-19 cases
59 Former Star-Telegram literary editor Larry Swindell dies at 91
60 Joey Gallo’s negative COVID-19 tests seem hopeful, but MLB can’t make exceptions
61 Pennsylvania to extend eviction moratorium to Aug. 31
62 Inslee: Trump threats on reopening schools ‘hogwash’
63 Texas Rangers haven’t played a game in 2020, but their 2021 schedule is ready to go
64 5 Things to Know for Today
65 TCU faculty expressing lack of confidence in university leadership amid pandemic
66 Setbacks hamper pipeline industry backed by Trump
67 Washington’s ‘Church of Presidents’ etched in history again
68 US sanctions Chinese officials over repression of minorities
69 Kansas settles foster children civil rights lawsuit
70 Ruling means initiative backers can seek online signatures
71 Students criticize new Trump policy on immigrant students
72 Texas reports new high in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations
73 Serbia bans mass gatherings after virus lockdown protests
74 Ft. Lauderdale police chief removed amid protest criticism
75 Texas Rangers All-Star Joey Gallo tests positive for COVID-19
76 Police: 2 St. Louis workers assaulted by protesters
77 Injuries force TCU backup QB Matthew Baldwin to end his football playing days
78 Country musician Charlie Daniels honored at memorial service
79 Granbury couple still helps others during coronavirus pandemic
80 Justices rule swath of Oklahoma remains tribal reservation
81 Germany seizes server hosting pilfered US police files
82 Fort Worth TX: Just wear a mask to slow coronavirus pandemic
83 Suspect indicted in triple murder in Parker
84 Amid COVID records, Abbott closes bars, reduces capacity
85 Virus projects renew questions about UAE’s mass surveillance
86 Fort Worth’s transit agency has been hacked, and some customers are missing rides
87 “You can’t create a bubble”: Texas high schools struggle to keep COVID out of sports
88 Dallas County officials expect 1000 coronavirus cases Friday
89 Fort Worth couple married 53 years died of COVID-19 while holding each other’s hands
90 Medical study predicts massive North Texas coronavirus surge
91 Tarrant County reports 606 coronavirus cases, 3 deaths
92 Some push back against Fort Worth protesters marching into downtown, West 7th businesses
93 Can a 1937 land deed save Fort Worth ISD’s historic Farrington Field from being sold?
94 TCU, which has 36 active COVID-19 cases, offering free tests for students, employees
95 She was 12 when whites burned her house down. At 93, Opal Lee leads a walk for unity
96 Latinos’ risk of getting COVID doubles in states with meat processing plant outbreaks
97 Severe thunderstorms possible overnight as another line is expected in Fort Worth area
98 Judge rejects Dakota Access request for emergency order
99 Friends, coaches mourn Burleson athlete who was ‘very rare kid’ on the field and off
100 ‘Miss Juneteenth,’ debuting on VOD, brings ‘Black Fort Worth history’ to wide audience