Rent Relief for Many Texans Ends Soon, and Evictions Can Resume

Relief for many renters is coming to an end on Monday.  The Texas Supreme Court had extended the moratorium...

Rural Texas Has Different COVID-19 Experience Than Rest of State

While COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations surge in the state’s big cities, life is almost back to normal in more than 100...

TWIA Explores Benefits of Fortified Construction for Coastal Residents

Hurricane Hanna caused an estimated $400 million in damage along the South Texas coast earlier this summer. Some of those losses might...

While Gov. Abbott Moves Forward with His Plan for a Wall, Border Cities Claim...

In the last few years, GOP representatives like Gov. Abbott, Sen. Cruz, and Lt. Gov. Patrick have been molding elements of their...

Two Texas Meat Packing Plants Have Coronavirus Outbreaks

The steak stakes are high in Texas. Initial impacts of the novel coronavirus on Texas’ meat industry had been...

Is This the End for the West Texas Oil Patch?

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered several crises, and perhaps its most colossal aftershock is the impact on the oil industry and the...

Houses Boom, Businesses Bust in COVID-19 Real Estate Market

The economy continues to limp along as America endures the coronavirus pandemic with no end in sight, and that means people are...
Housing Prices Rising

Home Prices on the Rise in Texas

Looking to buy a new home? Mortgage interest rates have hit all-time lows during the pandemic’s economic downturn. The same cannot be...

Legislation with $1.7 billion for flood control and mitigation projects goes to governor

With the start of hurricane season looming, Texas lawmakers have sent legislation to Gov. Greg Abbott that would draw $1.7 billion from the state’s...

Texas Railroad Commission Abandons Proposal to Cut Oil Production

The decision on whether Texas oil and gas regulators would order production cuts was cut from the Texas Railroad Commission’s meeting on...

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