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Texas lifts mask mandate, allows 100 percent capacity in businesses

Gov. Greg Abbott issues an executive order allowing for an end to the mask mandate and 100% capacity in all…

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There are far more Texans eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine than doses available. Here’s what you need to know about getting one.

As of Feb. 22, 3.1 million Texans had received at least one dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, both of which…

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After a year of pandemic, Texas voters more open to sending kids to school, poll finds

Texas voters have settled into pandemic life, but their attitudes about what’s risky and what’s not have changed...

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Gov. Greg Abbott wins Governor’s Cup for ninth consecutive year

Gov. Greg Abbott announced that Texas won the Governor's Cup for a record-breaking ninth year in a row...

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Texans may not be able to sue electric council for damages

In Harris County alone, there are already four separate lawsuits filed; three are wrongful death claims...

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Texas expects to receive more than 200,000 initial doses of newly approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine

The company has said it plans to ship 20 million shots in the U.S. by the end of March and…

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Texas receives 676,280, Hays County 4,680 in weekly vaccine allocations

Out of 254 Texas counties, Hays County is the 17th highest population that falls into Phase 1B...

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Texas utility regulator to investigate indexed retail electric providers following massive electric bills

Customers reported receiving astronomically high electric bills — some costing tens of thousands of dollars — due to a spike in wholesale…

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Texas driver’s license expiration waiver ends in April

The expiration waiver, originally granted by Governor Greg Abbott in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic...

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Abbott announces “Save our Seniors” initiative to vaccinate housebound seniors in Texas

"A key part of our mission in the fight against COVID-19 is to vaccinate seniors and those who are most…

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