By Alex Samuels, Texas Tribune As Texas inches away from its economic shutdown and people resume sharing public and sometimes confined spaces, the question of whether to wear a face mask has become a way to pick sides in what’s … Continue reading
By Mitch Borden A video that recently surfaced online is raising questions about how the City of Midland polices people of color. Cell phone footage from May 16 shows multiple Midland Police Officers pointing their weapons at Tye Anders, a … Continue reading
By Carlos Morales There are nine new confirmed cases of the coronavirus across the border from Presidio in Ojinaga, according to the city’s administration. The city says they’re waiting for the results from additional tests, but it’s not clear exactly … Continue reading
By Abbie Perrault, The Big Bend Sentinel TEXAS — The state is progressing its reopening to phase two, Governor Greg Abbott announced on Monday. The update paved the way for bars, camps, children’s programming, sports and more to reopen as … Continue reading
By Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune A federal appeals court has temporarily put on hold a lower court’s sweeping ruling that would have allowed all Texas voters to qualify to vote by mail during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Matt Largey, KUT It’s been a while since anyone’s been into a bar in Texas, so things are bound to feel weird when they’re allowed to reopen this Friday. Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday they’d be allowed to open … Continue reading
By Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune A federal judge opened a path for a massive expansion in absentee voting in Texas by ordering Tuesday that all state voters, regardless of age, qualify for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Patrick Svitek, Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday announced his next wave of reopenings designed to restart the Texas economy during the coronavirus pandemic, saying child care facilities can reopen immediately, bars can open Friday with limited capacity and sporting … Continue reading
Armed Activists Protested Coronavirus Restrictions In Odessa. Now They’re Returning To Rally For Second Amendment Rights.
By Mitch Borden What first began as activists, dressed in tactical gear and armed with assault rifles, supporting Odessa businesses that defied coronavirus restrictions has now turned into a fight over Second Amendment rights.
By Matt Largey, KUT Texas has seen a noticeable increase in the number of coronavirus tests being reported by the Department of State Health Services over the past week. The state saw its largest one-day total for reported tests to … Continue reading