Posted on · Local doctors have seen a surge in requests for vasectomies and salpingectomies since Texas' abortion bans went into effect. Some people see this as a way to remain childfree, while others want to avoid high-risk pregnancies.
Posted on · Monday is the deadline to register to vote in Texas for the Nov. 2 elections. Eight state constitutional amendments are on the ballot, as well as a couple of Houston-area ballot measures.
Posted on · South by Southwest will host an online event next year, but plans for a physical one are still in the works, the organization announced Tuesday.
Posted on · Officials said most evacuees in the area came from Galveston, which is no longer under a mandatory evacuation order.
Posted on · The shelter should open either Wednesday evening or Thursday morning.
Posted on · Despite some violent encounters between police and protesters Friday night, Houston's weekend of protests was largely peaceful compared to other cities.
Posted on · Gov. Greg Abbott said his team is working quickly on a program to get Texans back to work and that he'll be making an announcement Monday about next steps to reopen the state’s economy. "The good news is Texas is prepared to be taking very positive steps toward opening up our state and finally ensuring […]
Posted on · The governor urged Texans to continue practicing social distancing and following guidelines from state and federal officals.
Posted on · The Texas Workforce Commission got 7 times their usual number of calls Sunday.
Posted on · Abbott said a task force he assembled has placed an order for $80 million worth of medical supplies.
Posted on · The governor said it would take “several weeks” to know if Texas is slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Posted on · Events in four Texas cities drew thousands.
Posted on · Eleven candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for a U.S. Senate seat in Texas faced off in Austin on Tuesday night. Guns, immigration, health care and marijuana dominated the debate.