Is Government Keeping First Responders Safe? ‘Oh, Hell No!’

First responders and law enforcement officials in Texas are seeing COVID-19 outbreaks among staffs, and one of the state’s largest unions has...

Abbott Urges Texans’ Cooperation to Prevent Virus Deaths

Gov. Greg Abbott covered a lot of ground in his virtual town hall meeting Thursday night, but he had an overarching message...

Coronavirus by the Numbers in Texas

In Texas, over 360 people have died, over 150,000 tests for coronavirus have been administered and just under 15,500 people have been...

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...

Abbott Extends Early Voting for November

Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday extended the early voting period for the Nov. 3 election by nearly a week to give Texans...

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...

Texas Unemployment Claims Drop a Little, Remain Above 100,000

About 106,000 Texans filed first-time unemployment claims last week. That is a drop from the previous week’s total of 117,000, but it...

U.S. Navy Sends Support to Rio Grande Valley to Help Fight COVID-19

In what has become almost a daily announcement, the federal government is sending more assistance to the Rio Grande Valley to help...

Texas Unemployment Filings Drop by Almost 16,000

There were 23,100 first-time claims for unemployment benefits in Texas last week, according to the latest data from the Labor Department. Nearly...

What’s Really Happening with Texas School Start Dates Despite Confusing Messages

The last 48 hours have been nothing but confusing when it comes to school start dates and funding. What has remained constant...

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