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Texas Classrooms Can Stay Closed This fall Without Losing State Funding If Local Health Officials Order It
By Aliyya Swaby, Texas Tribune Local public health officials will be able to keep Texas schools closed for in-person instruction this fall without risking state education funding, a Texas Education Agency spokesperson confirmed to The Texas Tribune on Wednesday.
By Carlos Morales Big Bend National Park will remain closed for at least the next month and could begin a “phased reopening” as early as June 1 if certain public health criteria are met. Spurred by concerns over the coronavirus, … Continue reading
By Carlos Morales With little to no confirmed cases of the coronavirus, Brewster, Jeff Davis and Presidio counties got the green-light from the state for retail stores, restaurants and libraries to open their doors up to 50% capacity. As part … Continue reading
Texas hair salons, barbershops and other beauty businesses can reopen Friday. Here are the rules they have to follow.
By Stacy Fernández, The Texas Tribune Limited services, face coverings and smaller occupancies are among the new rules businesses will follow if they open this Friday.