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More than 140 fully vaccinated people in Houston have tested positive for COVID-19, following trend of ‘breakthrough cases’ nationwide

The Houston Health Department reported that 142 people that the agency knows of who were fully vaccinated tested positive for…

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Texas launches next phase in vaccination campaign starting in Austin

Later this week, DSHS will have the first of 22 parking lot pop-up events around Texas...

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Overhaul to Texas state employee pension plan unveiled and quickly advanced by state Senate committee

Huffman’s proposed change would mean employees’ accounts would instead be credited with a set percentage of their annual compensation plus…

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Abbott calls for Biden to label Mexican cartels as terrorist organizations as Texas ranchers fend off criminals

The individual recording it is yelling in Spanish and pointing an AR-15 with a drum magazine out the windshield...

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Rep. Zwiener’s proposed legislation heard in committees

“Unauthorized pollution, both the headline-grabbing accidents and everyday incidents, endanger the health and safety of Texans..."

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New Braunfels Regional joins FAA’s elite list of 11 national airports in Texas

By achieving the designation, the New Braunfels airport joins a list of only 11 such National Airports in Texas and…

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Hays County Sheriff & SMPD arrest blotter for April 19

Emergencies and crimes happen every single day of the year. Many crimes go unreported either by the victims or law…

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Texas Republicans are vowing to defy any new federal gun rules. Experts say it’s largely a symbolic gesture.

“We need to erect a complete barrier against any government official anywhere from treading on gun rights in Texas..."

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Texas unemployment rate unchanged at 6.9 percent, adds 99,000 jobs in March

"Positive job numbers for March continue to show Texas is on track for continued growth..."

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Feds rescind health care funding agreement that would have paid for care for uninsured, poor Texans after 2022

“The State of Texas spent months negotiating this agreement with the federal government to ensure vital funds for hospitals, nursing…

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