COVID-19, Lack of Funding to Blame for Census Response Lag in Texas

April 1 was census day in the United States. This is the day which determines who is counted in the 2020 census...

How Families Will Celebrate Easter, Passover While Social Distancing

The Passover Seder includes the question, “why is this night different from all other nights?”  For families, Passover, Holy...

Officials Knew Coronavirus Could Spread at the Houston Rodeo and Proceeded With the Event...

Days before the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo kicked off, area politicians celebrated this great piece of Americana — dubbed the world’s...

Amid Coronavirus Concerns, Texas Dems Plan Nation’s Largest Online State Convention

Texas may be officially completely reopened by the end of May, but the Texas Democratic Party is sticking with plans for its...

Abbott: Salons Can Reopen Friday; Schools Can Have Graduations

Hair salons and barbershops can reopen Friday with social distancing restrictions in place, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday. His new order supersedes...

Texas High Speed Rail Wins in Court; SpaceX Passes Test

While the rest of us focus on fighting the pandemic, two Texas innovation projects are quietly and diligently moving full steam ahead.

Did Your Child Fall Behind in School? Texas is Offering a Free Test

As the school year comes to an end, the Texas Education Agency is providing parents the option of testing their children’s academic...

What Some Texas Colleges and Universities Are Planning for Fall 2020

Texas colleges and universities are not letting the pandemic stall their calendars, but some adjustments and flexibility will be introduced. Some colleges...

Concerns Mount About State’s Contact Tracing Plan

Texas awarded a $295 million contract to Frisco-based company MTX to institute a massive contact tracing program for use during the COVID-19...

Last Day to Register to Vote in Texas Primary Runoff

Today is the last day to register to vote in the July primary runoff election.  Early voting is from...

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