The latest COVID-19 news across Texas (May 11)

The Choose Energy Team
By The Choose Energy Team
The latest Texas news about COVID-19.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, locked in an argument with California officials over the return of manufacturing from COVID-19 lockdowns, is threatening to move the operation to Texas or Nevada.

The relaxing of stay-at-home orders across the country is boosting gasoline demand and prices, and that’s good news for Texas oil producers and refiners.

Fort Worth-based American Airlines and Dallas-based Southwest Airlines are taking on billions in debt to survive COVID-19 slowdowns when few are flying. What comes next?

Dallas County officials say the first full week of may came with the most new COVID-19 cases during the pandemic. Tarrant County had 423 new cases from a federal prison outbreak.

North Texas April home sales declined 17 percent from last year, the largest drop in nine years. Buyers sheltered in place from the COVID-19 pandemic.