As the pandemic continues, so do long lines at local food banks. The CEO of Feeding Texas says federal aid is needed to keep up with the extraordinary demand for food.
This year’s pandemic has brought untold suffering to families across Texas. Making things worse: At a time when they might take solace in the company of friends or family, public health authorities are urging them to stay apart.
Concrete companies say they’re just following the law. A handful of bills addressing the issue have been filed for the 2021 legislative session.
The General Services Administration ascertained Monday that President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, clearing the way for the start of the transition from
Hospital-based nurses, doctors, custodians are among the state's "first tier" of vaccine recipients once the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves one or more for the public.
Two questions could share Texas politics in the coming years: Who will challenge Gov. Greg Abbott in 2022? And will Abbott — and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz — run for president in 2024?
People are weary of the current situation: the stress, the isolation, and the anxiety. Now, with the holidays, we add the suggested safety protocol to
Wendell Grangaard has spent more than 60 years collecting and, if investors can be found to raise at least $5 million, Uvalde has a chance to host a museum housing
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