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El Paso Out of Hospital Beds and Under COVID-19 Curfew

UPDATE: On Monday, the City of Lubbock joined El Paso and Amarillo in announcing occupancy rollbacks due to rising COVID-19 cases and...

Texas Could Run Out of Hospital Beds, but Abbott Is Working to Increase Facilities

It is all but certain that in Texas more people will be in need of emergency care than hospitals have room for.

Unemployment Claims Remain High, but Number of First-Time Filers Falls

About 51,400 Texans filed for unemployment assistance last week, marking three weeks in a row of significant declines in first-time claims. Since...

Is Texas Still a Battleground State for 2020?

Before the COVID-19 outbreak shifted public attention from the presidential race to the public health and economic crisis, political prognosticators were signaling...

Will the Legislature Use the Federal Stimulus to Help Children, or to Plug Holes...

Last week President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021 which provides $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus...

5 Million Texans Lack Health Insurance. Here’s How That Complicates the Coronavirus Response.

Christian Gutierrez of Pearland owns and operates the Latin Dance Factory and has concerns about how the coronavirus will impact his business. Mark Felix...

Pregnant Women With COVID-19 Can Transfer Antibodies To Their Baby

A new study from JAMA Pediatrics has found that when a person is infected with COVID-19 during pregnancy COVID-19 fighting antibodies can...

Is El Paso Ready to Reopen? Gov. Abbott Says Yes.

El Paso city and county leaders still aren’t ready to reopen restaurants, bars, hair salons and nonessential businesses, but Gov. Greg Abbott...

Texas Regulators Vote to Ban Residential Utility Shut-Offs During Pandemic While Buoying Companies

The Texas Public Utility Commission voted Thursday to ban utilities from cutting off power and water services to Texans who have lost...

Is It Safe to Book a Holiday Flight if It Means Taking a Middle...

On the heels of third-quarter losses of more than $1 billion, Southwest Airlines has announced that effective for travel beginning Dec. 1,...

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