LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says residents must manage the risk of the coronavirus as the state reopens during the pandemic, even as the number of cases increase. He told Fox News Sunday that “it doesn’t diminish the seriousness in which we take it, but we have to manage the risk, grow our economy.” The Arkansas Department of Health says the number of new coronavirus cases in Arkansas increased Sunday by 147 to 5,922. The state has reported 116 deaths. The state has been rolling back coronavirus restrictions on businesses in recent days. Pools and water parks were allowed to reopen Friday, and freestanding bars can resume service on Tuesday.
By STEPHEN HAWKINS FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Texas and Florida appear to be ready to allow NASCAR races to resume without fans. Gov. Greg Abbott says NASCAR is working with Texas Motor Speedway on […]
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 […]
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Reported coronavirus infections and hospitalizations continue to surge in Texas as Gov. Greg Abbott continues his phased reopening of the state’s economic activity. The Department of State Health Services says 1,649 […]