Inside the state’s biggest hospitals, doctors say a surge of unvaccinated COVID patients is almost too bewildering to believe.
As El Paso tries to avoid a new COVID-19 wave, most Juárez residents can't travel into the States for the jab.
Jennifer Bridges says she isn’t anti-vax, but she's now a cause célèbre among skeptics for threatening to sue her employer for requiring employees get the jab.
As vaccination rates slow, a Dallas woman who once garnered hundreds of thousands of social followers by expressing doubt about the safety of inoculations now says, “I trust the science.”
As vaccination rollout in their country has been slow, wealthy Mexicans have spent thousands on expensive trips abroad to get inoculated.
Racial disparities persist in the distribution of COVID-19 shots, but Leslie Cannon has been working for months to close the gap.
The team finished in last place in front of cardboard fans in 2020, but it’s the first in American pro sports to reopen to full capacity.
They fear that the end of the mask mandate and the influx of spring break crowds is a recipe for danger.
The vast majority of Texans have yet to receive a single dose of vaccine, but the state is done imposing public health measures.
Volunteers across Texas have stepped up to help seniors, non-English speakers, and others in need navigate an opaque system.
Infectious disease expert Dr. Peter Hotez describes last week’s statewide disaster as a harmful delay “in the face of an advancing enemy.”
The pharmaceutical industry may not be ready for a coronavirus medicine you can chew like fruit leather.
The official case count doesn’t reflect the pandemic’s reality. I found the satisfaction of ferreting out the actual number to be cold comfort.
With Theaters Closed, Austin Thespians Embrace Audio Dramas, Drive-through Musicals, and Plays by Mail
The city’s resourceful artists are connecting with audiences everywhere but on stage.
Chefs, musicians, gardeners, and one very enthusiastic librarian tell Texas Monthly about their New Year’s rituals and plans for 2021.
Watch the video to follow Bobby Richardson and others as they deliver food, and support, to the families along their routes.
“You See So Much in Our Field You Wouldn’t Believe”: San Antonio School Bus Drivers Have Become Relief Workers
Food insecurity has soared during the pandemic, but Alamo City bus drivers came up with a solution: get food to the hungry.
The answer can be found in the large crowd that attended DeSoto native Errol Spence's win over Danny Garcia.
Researchers Daniel Wrapp and Jason McLellan owe a scientific honor they won this week to a Belgian camelid named Winter.
Robert Rodriguez tended to patients in the Rio Grande Valley as cases surged last summer, and he’s taken that experience to serving on the president-elect’s pandemic task force.
How Texas grandfamilies navigated the school reopening process during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Loving County, residents still feel the specter of the pandemic.
For those who hail from the COVID-19 hot spot, isolation from family this Thanksgiving and Christmas is especially painful.
A new surge in infections is underway, though transmission rates are down in some areas, and new treatments are reducing the death rate.
An all-virtual election bid might be the right thing to do. But will it cost some Democrats their races?
Nine tips for sampling the state's taco scene without jeopardizing your health or anyone else’s.
As COVID-19 spreads, some Hispanic San Antonians are relying on sage, psychics, and prayer.
UT-Austin hit students with a request that at any other time would have seemed ridiculous: before classes start, would they please spend 14 days in self-quarantine?
The songwriter on creativity in a time of crisis and how he’s seeking camaraderie in isolation.
Three words: tequila almond croissant.
The death rate from COVID-19 in deep South Texas is more than twice the state average.
Texas A&M epidemiologist Dr. Rebecca Fischer on the critical systems being put in place to maximize safety in an uncertain time.
New polling indicates that the governor’s office is lagging behind mainstream opinion of the coronavirus pandemic.
It's not just the pandemic. Texas's beloved grocery chain has been developing its disaster response for more than a decade.
The COVID-19 crisis is the predictable result of the governor muddling through things.
On the National Podcast of Texas, the pioneering vaccine scientist explains why he believes the White House has put Texans in grave danger.
A Houston man would like to maintain an annual summer tradition.
The COVID-Related Death of a Local Republican Official Points to the Risks of an In-Person Texas GOP Convention
Days after he attended his county party convention, Bill Baker was hospitalized with COVID-19. In three weeks, more than 7,000 Republicans will descend on Houston.
It's March 2021 and Democrats are in power again, the state budget is a bloodbath, and the coronavirus stalks the Capitol.
All of the trend lines in Texas are going the wrong way.
On the National Podcast of Texas, the leader of the beleaguered, but beloved, Dallas carrier on what it will take to survive the pandemic.