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Texas is investing $1.1 billion in federal funding to nursing facilities across the state, Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission announced o...
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Two new sobering government reports show racial disparities in the the U.S. coronavirus epidemic extend to children.
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A letter from the Fort Bend ISD superintendent was the equivalent of a bombshell for perhaps thousands of parents in the district.
A Texas City man beat COVID-19 after two months in the hospital.
Medical experts have no clear answers as to what is driving an increase in the positivity rate for COVID-19 in Texas.
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Equipment set up in part of Houston’s NRG Arena is helping to service N95 masks for healthcare workers to reuse.
David Lothridge of Mont Belvieu represents many if not the majority of the parents in Barbers Hill Independent School District.
The doors at the Clinica Hispana in La Porte remained close after the State Attorney General’s Office filed a lawsuit against the business Wednesday.
When Melissa Vick gave birth to her first child, a son, in May 2017, she and her husband Greg felt like they were able to share him with their friends and family, almost ...
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Quarantine was tough on everyone, but it was even more tough for folks who were separated from loved ones.
It might have crossed your mind already: What might the fall look like when flu season hits, and we’re still dealing with COVID-19?
It doesn’t matter how old your child is, back-to-school time is a mixture of excitement and nerves for everyone, especially as we navigate through this coronavirus pandem...
El Paso is marking the anniversary of a shooting at a crowded Walmart by remembering the 23 people killed.
Mexican business owners are trying to cling to life in an economic recession profoundly deepened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Circo Hermanos Vazquez reopened in north Houston after being shut down for months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo said she is disappointed by Gov. Greg Abbott’s guidance on reopening schools.
The city of Houston kicked off the public health campaign Better Together on Friday, by canvassing some of the most vulnerable communities in the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Joseph Varon is another Houston doctor that believes in this controversial drug, hydroxychloroquine.
From getting ready to send your kids back to school during the pandemic to your finances, we covered a lot of ground this week.
A lot of people are looking for work right now; and scammers are looking to make a buck too. They're trying out an old scam, but this time around, it has a new coronaviru...
Harris County commissioners annnounced more help is on the way for people still behind on rent.
Jack and Gloria Hussl-Krassnig run a no-kill animal shelter in Needville, supporting almost 200 animals including horses, ducks, hogs, cats, goats, chickens and roosters.
Nevada's legal brothels are looking at increased safety measures as they prepare to reopen after being shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic started really hitting the U.S. in March, things have been tough for a lot of people and places, and small businesses are no exception. But tw...
Air travel will take even longer than previously though to return to pre-virus levels.
A Texas-based clinical research site is working with major pharmaceutical companies racing to find a vaccine for COVID-19, and they’re asking for your help.
When you first learned you would be working from home, were you thrilled? The freedom of possibly setting your own hours, having no boss looking over your shoulder, not h...
The start of a new school year is weeks away. For those parents who are sending their children back to the classroom, there is the question of school bus safety.
Texans out of work due to the new coronavirus are bracing for the loss of a $600 weekly addition to their unemployment benefits as Congress’ two chambers appear split ove...
Nick Nichols of Montgomery County tested positive for the coronavirus on June 29.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking to hire dozens of temporary nurses in Houston, as part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.