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H-E-B officials reported employees have tested positive for coronavirus. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
H-E-B officials reported employees have tested positive for coronavirus. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

H-E-B officials reported employees have tested positive for coronavirus. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

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5. Montgomery County residents raise concerns over property appraisals during coronavirus outbreak

Homeowners in Montgomery County expressed concern after appraisal notices showed increased property values despite the coronavirus pandemic.

4. H-E-B Champion Forest Market employee tests positive for coronavirus, officials report

H-E-B reported April 23 that an employee at a location in Spring had tested positive for the coronavirus.



3. CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Fort Bend County now has more than 1,000 confirmed cases of the virus

In Fort Bend County, 1,018 cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed as of April 29, with the majority of cases originating from unincorporated areas.

2. Cy-Fair ISD officials reschedule proms, graduation for class of 2020

Cy-Fair ISD proms will be held throughout mid- and late June, and graduation ceremonies are scheduled for July with backup dates set for August.

1. Two Cypress-area grocery stores report employees test positive for coronavirus

H-E-B announced two Cypress locations had an employee test positive for the coronavirus.

Adriana Rezal, Danica Smithwick, Claire Shoop and Andy Li contributed to this report.