DALLAS (AP) — Texas has seen its deadliest COVID-19 day of the coronavirus pandemic so far, with state officials reporting 58 deaths. State health officials report the number of deaths linked to COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, reached 1,216 Thursday, up from 1,158 Wednesday. More than 60 South Texas meat plant workers tested positive for COVID-19. A Supreme Court justice let stand an appeals court ruling that Texas prison officials don’t have to provide additional COVID protection to inmates. And in Houston a $15 million program to help residents struggling to pay their rent has run out of money.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Earlier today, the Texas Rangers received notification that FOX Sports Southwest broadcaster C.J. Nitkowski has received positive test for COVID-19. Working with FOX Sports Southwest, the Rangers immediately began the protocols that […]
By DAN GELSTON, the Associated Press The image is striking: Fans watching a college football game in the midst of a pandemic, wearing masks with a smidge of social distance between them on row after […]
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is appealing a state judge’s decision to allow the Harris County clerk to send mail-in ballot applications to all registered voters in the county. Paxton announced […]