As Coronavirus Cases Surged, Texas’ Contact Tracing Workforce Shrunk

As Texas becomes a national hot spot for the new coronavirus, the state is still falling short on the governor’s months-old goal to employ...

Texas Teachers Weigh Risks of Working or Resigning

This will be a different school year for teachers. Many teachers are deciding whether to resign or teach as the pandemic continues. 

Governor Abbott’s New PSA Urges Texans to Wear Masks

Gov. Greg Abbott didn’t wear a mask when he recorded his new public service announcement in which he urges you to wear...

Abbott: Budget Shortfall a Challenge, New Local Stay-Home Orders Unenforceable

In his continuing round robin approach to media interviews, Gov. Greg Abbott was back on TV in Waco, El Paso and the...

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...

BREAKING NEWS: SXSW Festival is Canceled

The South by Southwest - SXSW - festival has been canceled over fears of coronavirus--with the festivities just a week away. 

Texas GOP Convention Delegates Concerned About Failed Process

Beset by technical difficulties, the Republican Party of Texas is canceling all of today’s sessions for the party’s virtual state convention. As...

Texas Judges Urged to Delay Eviction Cases

The start of another month has many Texans who are struggling during the pandemic wondering if an eviction notice is coming. 

Gov. Abbott, Texas Attorney General Navigate Choppy Waters When it Comes to Coronavirus and...

Since the shutdown of many aspects of life during the COVID-19 pandemic began in March, the status of churches has been very...

Unemployment Claims Falling, but Still at Record Highs

The number of Texans filing first-time unemployment claims totaled 89,736 last week, down from 106,820 the week before and significantly lower than...

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