Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth are changing the way they respond to flu-related cases by enforcing "Code Yellow."
JPS Hospital in Fort Worth continues to see high patient volumes with flu and flu-like symptoms, but may ease back from its Code Yellow.
As new data shows the flu season peaking, flu shots are becoming scarce for adults who want to try to immunize themselves against the virus.
North Texas Cares, a non-profit organization, runs a clinic in Frisco has seen a significant increase in the demand for the flu vaccine.
With the number of flu cases reaching crisis levels, paramedics in Fort Worth have started to leave some patients on stretchers outside emergency rooms because of serious overcrowding.
Several clinics are turning people away because they're out of the flu shot, but don't give up -- you just have to make calls to find clinics and pharmacies that still have the vaccine.
Flu shot clinics are being held around North Texas in an effort to get everyone vaccinated and stop the spread of influenza. Turnout has been high since finding the vaccine has been difficult.
Health officials in Denton County confirmed Wednesday their fourth flu-related death of the season.
Health officials in Collin County confirmed Wednesday their second flu-related death of the season.
Some North Texas hospitals are so overwhelmed with flu patients that they have run out of available rooms to admit them, medical officials say.