Good morning, Red River Valley! Expect another hot and muggy day as the clouds peel away for the sunshine. The high will get near 96 as the heat index value gets as high as 104.
School districts won't lose state funding if they stick with virtual classes this fall because a local health authority has mandated that classrooms remain closed.
Good morning, Red River Valley! As heat index values rise to near 104 degrees, the National Weather Service's heat advisory will go into effect.
Tarleton State University’s Dr. Alex del Carmen will lead scholars and academicians from across the Texas A&M University System to analyze data racial profiling reported by law enforcement agencies.
The governor allowed counties with 20 active cases or fewer to opt out.
Good morning, Red River Valley! With a warm and humid start to the day coupled with abundant sunshine and south southwest winds 5 to 10 mph, today is going to be a hot one.
More than 3,000 Texans have died from the coronavirus and counties are preparing for even more deaths by expanding their capacities to store bodies.
The Republican parties in some of the state's biggest red counties are rebuking the governor over his use of executive authority during the pandemic.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Very hot conditions are expected to continue through the weekend as temperatures return to the mid to high 90s and heat index values climb above 105 degrees.
BREAKING: A Red River County man charged with the July 2 murder of his wife remains in the county jail with bond set at $1 million.
Good morning, Red River Valley! With a subtropical summer high pressure system just off to our west, we're going to see hot and muggy conditions continue for a few days. A heat advisory is issued through Saturday.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Rain chances will dwindle today as better moisture gets pushed farther eastward, but a 20% chance for showers will linger through the day over the Red River Valley.
Throughout the country, calls to remove statues memorializing the Confederate States of America have taken the national spotlight. Those conversations have reached Red River County, as the Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees turned its attention to the statue of David Burnet, first president of the Republic of Texas, at its recent meeting.
The federal government released the names Monday of 51,250 companies and organizations in Texas that received the loans, which were designed to keep the economy afloat during the coronavirus.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Heating today should increase our chances of seeing a shower or thunderstorm. There is a 50% chance of that happening after 1 p.m.
The Texas Workforce Commission said that incorrect filings and fraud can lead to overpayments, but the money must be paid back even if it was the state's mistake.
For the past two months, the number of people filing claims in Texas has trended downward. But last week, the number of people who filed for claims increased 7% over the previous week.
Good morning, Red River Valley! Rain reenters the forecast this morning and chances remain strong through at least Saturday night.
As for the voting exemption in his mask order, Abbott says it was designed to make sure Texans do not lose their right to vote "simply because they don't have a mask."
Good morning, Red River Valley! A heat advisory remains in place for today through 7 p.m. as heat index values are expected to reach 107 degrees.
UPDATED W/ LOCAL STATEMENT: Abbott previously resisted calls for such an order and at one point banned local governments from requiring masks. First-time violators will be issued a warning, though repeat offenders could be fined up to $250.