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Katy area law enforcement agencies say they have not seen a great deal of activity when it comes to residents and businesses violating the stay home orders in effect in Harris, Fort Bend and Waller … more
With an increased demand for hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 pandemic, unconventional methods of making it have come out of the woodworks. Shire Distilling in Brookshire has switched things up … more
While the rest of the state is on track to open back up over time under recent orders from Tex. Gov. Greg Abbott, both Katy and Royal ISDs announced the closure of all of their campuses in compliance … more
State parks are reopening Monday State parks reopening are the first phase of Greg Abbott's plans to restart the Texas economy [6 a.m.] Most Texas' state parks are reopening Monday, almost two … more
Carly Eaves had to choose between paying for food or covering the electricity bill. She chose food. Eaves, of Santa Fe, was laid off from her job as a server at a Waffle House last month, and her … more
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Friday that public and private school classrooms will remain closed for the remainder of the school year to avoid quickening the spread of COVID-19. The decision, made … more
Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday announced initial steps to begin the process of reopening the Texas economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, including over the next week loosening surgery restrictions at … more
In the era of lockdown and economic collapse, not all small businesses are equal. Across Texas, owners of small engineering firms, retail shops, restaurants and countless other enterprises were in … more
Waller County Construction Manager Danny Rothe said the county’s new $4.8 million Precinct 4 annex being constructed on Hwy. 90 between Brookshire and Katy is on schedule to open in late August … more
The number of Texas families that applied for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program doubled in March compared with the same period last year, as thousands of Texans lost their jobs and … more
Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that reopening the Texas economy will be a "slow process" guided by public health concerns as he continued to preview a forthcoming executive order that will detail his … more
Tex. Governor Greg Abbott has extended his disaster declaration his office announced Easter Sunday. The declaration was initially issued March 13 and Chapter 418.014 of the Texas Government Code … more
With no vaccine for COVID-19 expected for months and cases increasing daily, doctors in Texas and around the country are experimenting with a new treatment based on an old technique — but they … more
April 9, 2020 - More than 160 of the state's 1,222 nursing homes, or about 13%, have at least one case of the new coronavirus, state officials said Thursday. And 38 nursing home residents and staff … more
EL PASO — The federal government wasted millions in taxpayer dollars on food, supplies and personnel during a brief reopening of a West Texas immigration detention facility last year, a … more
Gov. Greg Abbott’s order restricting the release of some jail inmates during the new coronavirus pandemic is facing a second court challenge arguing his order violates the constitutional … more
Across the state, demand for assistance from food banks is off the charts as thousands of Texans who are suddenly out of work because of the coronavirus pandemic are visiting their local nonprofits … more
University of Texas at Austin President Greg Fenves is leaving the state’s flagship college for Emory University, where he will become president Aug. 1, he told the UT community in an email … more
Houston Methodist, a part of the Houston Medical Center, has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to test a new therapy hoped to help treat patients suffering from COVID-19, a … more
Rebecca Mae had been feeling sick for days when she was sent home from her job as a San Antonio respiratory therapist, and told not to return until she tested negative for the novel … more
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