Photo by Carlos Barria By Patrick Svitek and Mitchell Ferman at Texas Tribune, July 29, 2020 President Donald Trump sought to give a morale boost to the beleaguered Texas energy industry during a visit Wednesday to the Permian Basin, while also rallying oil and gas workers against Democrats ahead of the November election. “We are
Gohmert, 66, said in a televised interview that he wonders if he may have caught the virus from wearing his mask. Medical experts, however, overwhelmingly recommend masks as a means of preventing the virus.
By Kerrville Daily Times Staff, July 29, 2020 The 2020 Kerrville Triathlon Festival that had been scheduled for late September has been canceled. “Unfortunately, we have been forced to cancel the 2020 Kerrville Tri as a result of mandates by local/state governments and the recommended CDC guidelines,” states a blog post at https://kerrvilletri.com/. “And, unfortunately, postponement is not
Photo by Allie Goulding By Kiah Collier and Ren Larson at Texas Tribune and ProPublica, July 28, 2020 This article is co-published with ProPublica, a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up for ProPublica’s Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox as soon as they are published. A Silicon Valley-based installment lender that caters to
The families of more than 20% of the 3.6 million eligible school children across the state have yet to apply for federal aid under the Pandemic-EBT program.
Photo by Allie Goulding By Meena Venkataramanan at Texas Tribune, July 27, 2020 Arthur Uhl III has been ranching for 30 years and routinely has the same lament: “It doesn’t rain enough.” Uhl, who works on his family’s San Angelo-area ranches, needs the rain to grow the grass that feeds his livestock. But in a
Photo by Courtney Sacco By Alana Rocha, Mitchell Ferman, and Juan Pablo Garnham at Texas Tribune, July 24, 2020 Texans in the Rio Grande Valley and along the Coastal Bend continued to face the impact of now-Tropical Storm Hanna on Sunday. The storm, which made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane Saturday evening at Padre Island, packed sustained
The state's Republicans have had to weather a monthslong series of distractions while preparing for a November election that is now clouded by President Donald Trump's declining poll numbers and the coronavirus pandemic.
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