Central Texas

New Braunfels, San Marcos To Receive $668K In Coronavirus Recovery Grants

“The coronavirus outbreak has hit Texans hard, and as much as we can protect each other from its effects, we…

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UPDATED 4:30 PM: NWS Issues Severe Thunderstorm Watch For Central Texas

The watch includes 30 counties in Central Texas including Hays, Comal, Caldwell, Blanco, Guadalupe, Travis and Hays.

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Hays County Ranks Second Fastest-Growing County This Decade

“One interesting trend we have seen this decade is widespread population decline among smaller counties, while larger counties tended to…

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Hays County Chief Appraiser Grants 30-Day Extension On Business Personal Property Renditions

The district remains dedicated to serving the property owners and taxing entities in their jurisdiction with professional, respectful and courteous…

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TXST Confirms Faculty Member Tests Positive For COVID-19

“Since the faculty member has not returned to campus since March 11th, and it is past the 14-day incubation period,…

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WIC Innovates To Safely Serve Area Families

Central Texas WIC (counties of Hays, Comal, Guadalupe, and Caldwell) clinics are now set up to accept Electronic Benefits Transfer…

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HCWC Continues Serving Victims Of Abuse Amid Crisis

“For weeks we’ve planned and researched diligently to find the best ways to continue our commitment to safety and the…

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Austin Habitat For Humanity Launches Online ReStore

The ReStore is a discount home improvement store and donation center selling new and gently-used items such as building materials,…

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FDA Alerts Consumers About Unauthorized Fraudulent COVID-19 Test Kits

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) released an announcement that warns consumers about unauthorized fraudulent coronavirus tests that are…

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Austin, Travis County Officials Issue Public Health Order For Residents To Remain At Home

“We have adequate capacity at hospitals and ICUs for the next several weeks,” says interim health authority Dr. Escott. 

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