DALLAS (AP) — A suburban Dallas mayor is fighting the coronavirus on two fronts: at home and in the city. Just days after McKinney Mayor George Fuller imposed a stay-at-home order on the city’s 200,000 residents, his 19-year-old daughter tested positive for COVID-19. Although Fuller says he’s had an overwhelmingly positive response from McKinney residents about the executive order, one local man objected and sued to lift the restriction. A judge has tossed his request. Fuller meanwhile says his daughter was feeling a little better on Tuesday, and was able to smile rather than cry when they connected on FaceTime.
By ANDREW DeMILLO LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas is allowing movie theaters, bowling alleys and arenas to reopen in the coming days but with new limits to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Gov. […]
TEXARKANA — Texas governor Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that salons are eligible to open May 8 and gyms and exercise facilities are eligible for reopen May 18. The announcement came as the Texas governor provided […]