Here are some coronavirus developments South Houston readers may have missed.
Houston city budget workshops kick off amid economic turmoil
As budget season begins for municipal governments, Houston officials are grappling with potentially historic reductions in tax revenue due to the coronavirus’s effects on the economy.
GALLERY: Katy ISD serves more than 250K free meals to children over 3 weeks
During the district’s temporary closure, Katy ISD is providing hundreds of thousands of free meals to students.
Newly formed Houston Music Foundation offers relief to out-of-work musicians
A local talent buyer and his wife have launched a foundation to offer grants to musicians and other music industry employees who have lost work because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Galveston County clerk’s office processing influx of out-of-county marriage licenses
Unlike in other counties, the Galveston County clerk’s office remains open and is serving county residents and nonresidents alike. County Clerk Dwight Sullivan said he has seen an influx of marriage license applications.
Missouri City City Council votes to continue city manager search, directs staff to post position online
Missouri City City Council is moving forward in the city manager search process in the wake of former City Manager Anthony Snipes’ termination.
Emma Whalen, Jen Para, Mutt Dulin, Jake Magee and Claire Shoop contributed to this report.