Freddie Taylor’s company sells products that distill what he’s learned about the global history of black people.
After the Department of State Health Services neglected to include front-line essential workers in the latest phase of the vaccine rollout, grocery store workers juggle stressful work while waiting for the vaccine.
Over the past year, the Harper Future Farmers of America (FFA) team has been “flipping” old furniture to benefit those in need to aid a non-profit organization.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, unsuccessfully pushed for similar federal legislation. Abbott's support comes as Texas intensive care units are filling up with coronavirus patients.
The state's health commission gave Planned Parenthood's Medicaid patients until Feb. 3 to find new doctors. Experts say there are limited places low-income patients can go, in part because Texas already has a shortage of doctors who accept Medicaid due to the state’s low payment rates.
After a vehement discussion regarding a request to subdivide hotel/motel property located at 920 E. Main St., Uvalde City Council postponed decision on the issue, which was previously rejected by the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission.
The National Rifle Association filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy and may reincorporate in Texas. Experts say it’s fleeing a fraud case in New York.
Mother of 2-year-old Levie thanks residents, businesses for making upcoming Saturday event possible
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