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Isobella Harkrider

Isobella Harkrider
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Isobella Harkrider is a writer who covers healthcare, education, wellness and other lifestyle news. She's the author of several books and has written for The New York Times, SELF, Parents, SheKnows, Houston Press and others.

Programs for Texas Women and Children Face Deep Budget Cuts

State-funded programs that so many Texans count on, especially during these uncertain times when it's tough to stay afloat, may fall victims...

Advocates Say TEA Guidelines Are Bad for Texas Teachers

The Texas Education Agency’s new guidelines for students to return to school campuses gives parents options, but some advocates for Texas teachers...

Texas DPS is Now Taking Saturday Appointments for License Renewals

Did your driver’s license expire during the pandemic? If you have been waiting to renew or replace your driver’s license or state...

TEA Releases Guidelines for 2020-2021 School Year

The Texas Education Agency announced Tuesday its guidelines for students to have a safe return to school — news every parent has...

Virtual Job Fairs Can Work for You

Since mid-March, about 2.7 million Texans have applied for unemployment insurance, according to the Texas Tribune. The pandemic has shaken the economy,...

Another Virus is Threatening Texans’ Health

The coronavirus gets the big headlines, but Texans are at risk of another virus, too — West Nile virus. 

Masks and No Masks: What Texans Did on the Holiday Weekend

Instead of crowding parks for the Fourth of July, Texans went to drive-in fireworks and attended virtual shows. But not everyone cared...

Texas Extends Waiver on Vehicle Title, Registration Requirements

Does your vehicle registration expire this month? Well, during these uncertain times, Texans won’t have to stress over their vehicle titles or...

It Will be Different, but Texas is Still Celebrating Independence Day

Many traditional Fourth of July celebrations in Texas have been modified or canceled. Here are some options in Texas' five major cities.  

Texas Unemployment Claims Trend Reverses Course

After falling in recent weeks, first-time Texas unemployment claims increased last week by 96,141, representing a 7.4% increase over the previous week....

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