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Volunteers across Texas have stepped up to help seniors, non-English speakers, and others in need navigate an opaque system.
The pharmaceutical industry may not be ready for a coronavirus medicine you can chew like fruit leather.
Widespread “assurance testing” could effectively end the pandemic before the vaccine does, but a lack of federal coordination has left some citizens to fill screening gaps.
State lawmakers grapple with how to make this year productive, as they lose cherished time forming relationships on the floor.
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.
Fear of riots and the pandemic dominated the Legislature’s opening week, with some lawmakers venting their frustration with mask regulations, and others going into quarantine.
Lawmakers will have their hands full with a budget deficit and the pandemic. Here's what else to watch for this session.
Comptroller Glenn Hegar projected a nearly $1 billion deficit—far smaller than lawmakers feared.
After his denying local authorities tools to combat community spread, it’s no wonder Texans are desperate for vaccinations to save us from COVID-19’s renewed surge.
Last month, Donavan Diaz planned as many funerals as he might have in six months pre-pandemic.
Social cycling clubs have resumed their group rides, with tricked-out bikes and spotty mask-wearing.