AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Gov. Greg Abbott say Texas schools would remain closed for more than 5 million students through at least May. The Republican on Tuesday also ordered nonessential business to close through at least April. Abbott insisted he was not imposing a blanket stay-at-home order. But his restrictions are in line with other states that have such orders. Also, all of Texas’ largest counties already have imposed stay-at-home orders. Abbott says the state will allow services deemed essential to stay open. That includes grocery stores and pharmacies. Abbott said the restrictions he’s imposing are in line with federal guidelines about social distancing and businesses.
ROGERS, Ark. (AP) — Officials say the number of coronavirus cases continues to grow in Arkansas, particularly in the northwest part of the state. Gov. Asa Hutchinson said at a press conference Monday in Rogers […]
TEXAKANA — The Bowie County emergency operations center reported Monday there are 387 active cases of COVID-19 in the county. The cases are being traced. Anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or any healthcare […]
By RONALD BLUM NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball made another try to start the coronavirus-delayed season in early July, proposing a 76-game regular season, expanding the playoffs from 10 teams to as many […]