Viruses constantly change by mutating, and the coronavirus is no exception. But health experts say it's difficult to know the exact number of variants currently around the world.
Texas will soon begin a program to test drinking water in thousands of elementary schools and child care facilities across the state following an update to federal standards on lead and copper exposure.
By Hill Country Community Journal News Staff, Jan. 27, 2021 Kerrville Police Department (KPD) responded to several reported thefts and attempted thefts of catalytic converters between Jan. 3-18 from assorted locations inside the city limits, including commercial parking lots and private driveways. The vehicles targeted range from box and panel trucks such as those used
Former Doss resident Stephanie Northcutt Stern created an award-winning web series in 2020 that aired on IGTV. Currently there is only one season with a total of ...
Census Bureau revealed Wednesday that the detailed results lawmakers need to reconfigure congressional and state legislative districts won’t be available until at least two months after the end of the regular 2021 legislative session.
Kerrville Fire Department (KFD) firefighters battled a massive structure fire for hours at a home located in the 2100 block of Arcadia Loop Wednesday night.
The winning project for Bandera Middle School’s Student Spaceflight Experiment Project was recognized on Tuesday, January 19, at the Bandera Middle School Cafeteria.
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.
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