LOS ANGELES (AP) — Aaron Donald is not thrilled about the prospect of playing football without fans. The Los Angeles Rams’ superstar defensive lineman doesn’t see how the NFL could play a season in front of empty seats, saying it “wouldn’t be fun to me.” Donald realizes his opinion won’t carry much weight if the coronavirus pandemic forces the NFL to take extraordinary measures to provide a television product to the world. But the six-time Pro Bowl selection is among those who see a major downside to continuing with sports while large crowds are unable to gather safely.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The number of deaths in Texas due to COVID-19, which is caused by the coronavirus, has risen by 25. The Texas health department on Sunday reported at least 648 deaths, up […]
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The state’s top teachers group is criticizing state guidelines for starting the school year amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Texas State Teachers Association says the guidelines pronounced Friday by Gov. Greg […]
TEXAKANA — The Bowie County emergency operations center is reporting nine new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. The cases jump to 277 with 119 recoveries and 16 deaths. In nearby Cass County, the cases are […]