This Saturday is National Hunting and Fishing Day, and Texas hunters/anglers are encouraged to invite others to join them in outdoor adventures.
With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to sock the Texas economy, punching an estimated $7 billion hole in the state’s finances, school officials are beginning to worry state lawmakers will look to make cuts in education spending. House Bill 3, signed into law in June 2019, was an $11.6 billi…
Paris antique collectors may soon have the opportunity to showcase their antiques on the History Channel’s “American Pickers.”
The Texas Department of State Health Services said it will now rely on a calculation that takes into account the date on which a coronavirus test was administered, rather than when it was reported.
Pilgrim’s Lufkin, a year-round partner of The Salvation Army in Angelina County, came forward with an offer to provide meal support to residents of Orange after Hurricane Laura.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is proposing changes to regulations regarding harmful or potentially harmful fish, shellfish and aquatic plants.
On Friday, federal officials gave Texas the green light to provide the additional payments. States can contribute another $100, but Texas does not plan to do so.
Without numbers on how many children or staff are in Texas child care facilities — which the state does not report — it’s hard to gauge the magnitude of infections.
The state is facing “a severe drop in revenue” as lawmakers look to fund state programs already in place, State Rep. Gary VanDeaver said Tuesday during a visit with the Kiwanis Club of Paris. Education remains a priority, he said.
Lamar Electric Cooperative awarded six $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors whose parents or legal guardians are active co-op members.
The state's three top elected leaders also fiercely criticized the Austin officials who cut one-third of their police department's budget last week.
Texas Crime Stoppers, which is funded by the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division, offers cash rewards to any person who provides information leading to the arrest of a suspect responsible for a particular crime.
It is unclear how many Texas voters may be affected should delays occur. Texas was among 46 states that received a warning from the United States Postal Service, according to The Washington Post.
Texas eased restrictions on visitation in long-term care facilities last week, but many families remain unsure if they will be allowed to visit. For those cut off from their loved ones for almost five months, isolation is becoming another very real threat.
State Sen. Pat Fallon will appear as the GOP candidate for the 4th Congressional District on the November ballot to replace the seat vacated by Rep. John Ratcliffe.
Unless the unexpected happens, the Red River Valley Fair will happen, with a few tweaks.
The Lamar County commissioners discussed a 13.56% contribution rate for the county’s retirement plan at Monday morning’s meeting.
The window is closing for Texans experiencing economic hardship due to Covid-19 to enroll in the state’s Electricity Relief Program.
The U.S. Postal Service got a new leader in June, Louis DeJoy, appointed by President Donald Trump, and the new postmaster general has set up several new policies that have delayed the mail, according to several advocacy groups for postal carriers.
Nursing homes remain hot spots for the virus, with 57% still reporting active cases. Limited visits will be allowed both indoors and outdoors at facilities where there are no cases among residents or staff.
The Census Bureau on Monday lopped a month off the time people have to respond to the 2020 count. Texas is already lagging behind the country in response rates, with low-income and Hispanic Texans at high risk of being missed.