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Jef Rouner is an award-winning freelance journalist, the author of The Rook Circle, and a member of The Black Math Experiment. He lives in Houston where he spends most of his time investigating corruption and strange happenings. Jef has written for Houston Press, Free Press Houston, and Houston Chronicle.

Utility Shutoffs Stopped During Pandemic, but Companies Reap Benefits

Thanks to record unemployment brought about by the COVID-19 outbreak, thousands of Texans are struggling to pay their bills as they wait...

Pollution in Cities, Some Texas Counties May Put People at Higher Virus Risk

Senior citizens and people of every age who have serious medical problems such as compromised immune systems, heart conditions, lung conditions and...

Texas Prisons Try to Guard Against Virus, but One Inmate Already Has It

One Texas prisoner has tested positive for COVID-19 and is being treated at a hospital in Galveston. The 37-year-old man is now...

As Texas Economy Suffers, Unemployment Soars

Industries have been reduced as the coronavirus has been spreading. In Texas, unemployment numbers are looking particularly grim despite state government efforts...

Some Evictions and Foreclosures Are Suspended in Texas

Many Texans who rent their homes and live paycheck-to-paycheck are worried about being evicted. The coronavirus pandemic is highlighting the state of...

Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Opens in Texas

Texas will join several other states in opening drive-thru facilities to test for the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.

Texas Responds to Coronavirus With Cancelations, Research, School Cleanings

As coronavirus disease 2019, also known as COVID-19, spreads across the world, it’s important to keep up-to-date on the statuses of events,...

Big Tax Bills Surprise New Homeowners in Denton

Texas already has one of the highest property tax rates in the country, but some North Texas residents found thousands of dollars...

As Oil Prices Fall, It May Be Time to Tap Texas’ Rainy Day Fund

With the price of oil dropping to the lowest it has been in three decades, Texas may need to tap into its...

Five Facts About New Texas Driver’s Licenses

Texas is releasing new driver’s licenses and identification cards. What does that mean? Is yours defunct?  Here are the...

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