Ways to Fuel Your Immune System — Not Just to Fight Off the Coronavirus

It won’t be long before the flu and the common cold meet to parlay with COVID-19. While health appears to be the...

Funeral Homes Adapt, Use Technology During COVID-19 Pandemic

There are flowers and there are statements about fond memories and the presence of loved ones gathering in honor of a family...

Gov. Abbott Sends National Guard to Texas Nursing Homes

Gov. Greg Abbott has dispatched Texas National Guard troops to help disinfect nursing homes and limit the spread of COVID-19.  

As COVID-19 Increases in Texas, Crime is Rising, Too

Crime is rising across Texas. But is your community safe?  Recent reports from police departments across the state in...

Texas Cities Continue to Take Precautions of Their Own Following Gov. Abbott’s New Orders

As Texas has been pulling back restrictions put in place to mitigate the spread of  coronavirus disease, a number of cities have...

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...

Five Hurt in Fort Worth Park Shooting

Five people were injured in a shooting at a Fort Worth park where about 600 people had gathered Sunday evening.

Still Afraid of COVID-19, Texans Avoid Salons, Pools, but Flock to Beaches

Did you get a haircut or have your nails done this weekend? Did you take a dip in a public swimming pool?...

Reopening? Ways Businesses Can Protect Employees’ Health

As businesses return to work with the pandemic still underway, employers need to be mindful while reimagining their workspaces and offices in...

Whether Homemade or Designer, Face Masks Are Becoming Chic

Some people started wearing face masks before the government recommended that protective measure, and now masks are a fashion statement. 

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