Posted on · Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's impeachment has exposed divisions among Republicans in Collin County, which has long been a party stronghold.
Posted on · Mass shootings like the one at the Allen outlet mall prompt calls for gun reforms. But many legislators say mental health is the problem. Not guns.
Posted on · Texas law says most people named in domestic violence protective orders can’t have guns — but there’s no statewide system to make that happen. And some Texas legislators want to change that.
Posted on · Hundreds of thousands of Texans who are intellectually and developmentally disabled have applied for home and community-based therapies under the Medicaid Waivers program.
Posted on · A majority of COVID-19 patients who were hospitalized at Memorial Hermann Hospital experienced long-COVID -- around 70% of them were experiencing long-COVID three months after being discharged.
Posted on · The popular segregation-era venue for Houston's Black community is a landmark of late Art Deco design.
Posted on · Even though hurricane season doesn't start until June, experts say it's best to prepare early.
Posted on · The race to replace Coleman involves both a runoff and a special election — but not every voter will get to cast a ballot in both.
Posted on · The policy goes into effect May 14, and includes pre- and postnatal leave, including 160 hours for prenatal appointments and 40 hours of infant wellness leave for the child's first-year health care appointments.
Posted on · If passed, city employees would have 160 hours of leave for prenatal appointments and other absences as needed, as well as 320 hours of paid parental leave after the birth or adoption of a child, regardless of gender.
Posted on · Electronic smoking devices are a major contributor to tobacco use rates among teens, according to the American Lung Association in Texas.
Posted on · Two council members tried to push the vote back before ultimately approving the contract.
Posted on · With numbers down, local arts organizations are opening their doors to wider audiences and lifting mask and testing requirements for audience members.
Posted on · Chavez was shot and killed by police in 2020, but an arbitrator said the city could not justify the officers’ firing.
Posted on · The agreement allows nearly 200,000 patients to continue care at Memorial Hermann hospitals.