Texas students given access to thousands of books, news articles for summer reading through TEA partnership
The Texas Education Agency and Renaissance have partnered to give students unlimited access to enhanced digital books in English and Spanish.
This is the eighth time in the fair’s 134-year history that the event has been called off.
This is the university's first death related to COVID-19, according to a message from interim President Jay Hartzell.
The staff and equipment from Fire Station No. 3 will be temporarily relocated to NBU's Headwaters at the Comal facility in July.
Chick-fil-A opens in Round Rock, Whole Foods opens in Plaza Saltillo: Business, community news from Central Texas
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Texans remain focused on the coronavirus pandemic and are less optimistic about returning the state to normal quickly, according to polling by the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas.
The Westside Community Center will reopen on July 13 after being cleaned and sanitized.
In a letter to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said demand from distilleries and breweries provides an important revenue stream to the state's farmers.
To date, nine Comal County residents and two Guadalupe County residents have died due to the coronavirus
When interest rates are low, homeowners may look to save money by refinancing, which means getting a new mortgage with a better term or interest rate to lower payments.
Families can also enjoy a virtual summer camp experience Walmart is launching July 8 with sessions led by celebrities, including Drew Barrymore, Neil Patrick Harris and LeBron James.
The new dataset includes an interactive Flood Factor dashboard that anyone can use to assess the risk of flooding over a 30-year period for any address.
"COVID-19 is not going away," Gov. Abbott said. "In fact, it is getting worse."
The TxSSC is a research center at Texas State University which works to develop school safety initiatives and mandates under the Texas Education Code and the Governor’s Homeland Security Strategic Plan.
Most city facilities, as well as all riverfront parks and city-owned properties, will be closed or have adjusted hours during the July Fourth holiday weekend.
“COVID-19 is clearly showing what Texans already know: the state needs to address underlying, non-medical conditions that have a dramatic impact on their health,” Episcopal Health Foundation President and CEO Elena Marks said.
Area cities have canceled or modified their Independence Day events.
The San Antonio Street Bridge will open July 15, months ahead of schedule.
Hospitalizations of Comal County residents increased from 25 to 36 from June 30 to July 1, and the seven-day positivity rate increased to 32.3%.
The Texas comptroller's office has released June sales tax revenue figures.
More than 600,000 Texas public school students didn't complete assignments or respond to outreach during the coronavirus pandemic.
The annual festival brought more than 75,000 fans per day across two weekends last year and had a $291 million impact on the local economy.
While there are many unknowns regarding public education operations next year, one thing is for certain: Students will be required to take the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR test.