Paxton Says Fear of COVID-19 Not Enough to Be Eligible for a Mail-In Ballot

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants to clear up any confusion about mail-in ballots, and he is doubling down on restrictions on...

Cruising from Texas to Resume

People may not be ready to get back to traveling, but Carnival Cruise Lines is ready to set sail again from three...

Renters Prepare for Tough Choices as Eviction Proceedings Resume in Texas

Phoenix Morgaine doesn't want to move, but a “for rent” sign has been in the front yard of her Belton home for...

Despite COVID-19 Danger, Many Texans Partied Hard Over the Weekend

A packed pool party in Houston. Busy beaches along the coast. No social distancing or masks...

Has a Business in Texas Asked You To Not Wear a Mask

Gov. Greg Abbott has encouraged social distancing but hasn’t required people to wear masks to help fight the spread of coronavirus.

Children Still Need Regular Checkups and Vaccinations

Children whose birthdays were this past spring may have had a delay in scheduling check-ups with their pediatricians because of the pandemic,...

Texas Universities are Shelving SAT and ACT Requirements as Coronavirus Scrambles Admissions Process

High school students with dreams of attending college would typically be gearing up to take standardized admissions tests this time of year....

State Lawmakers Call for More COVID-19 Funds for Texas Schools

Sixty-four members of the Texas House of Representatives have signed a letter calling on Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath to increase the...

State Fair of Texas Canceled Due to COVID-19

“Until we meet again” reads the message on the homepage for the State Fair of Texas.  For the first...

It’s Election Day! Don’t Forget to Vote!

The polls are open until 7 p.m. tonight. Texans are voting to decide Republican and Democratic runoffs in Congressional, legislative, statewide and...

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