With Central Texas facing a nursing shortage, new rules could help more nurses join the fight against the coronavirus
With a potential shortage of 20,000 hospital beds in the local area by June, it is unclear if hospitals will be able to provide adequate staffing.
Site shows statistics and map for coronavirus cases in Hays County
‘It is important to recognize how our mental health can be affected by the pandemic': Statewide mental health support line established in light of COVID-19
Texans experiencing anxiety, stress or other emotional challenges in light of the COVID-19 pandemic will now be able to utilize a 24-hour mental health support line.
Here are four Austin-area stories pertaining to the coronavirus that you may have missed March 31.
Texas State University will finish the 2020 spring semester with online courses due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As colleges and universities move to distance learning, here is how to students can make sure they are counted accurately in the 2020 census.
'Now is the time to redouble our efforts': Abbott issues executive order for state on COVID-19 extending school closures, clarifying essential services
Gov. Greg Abbott updated Texans and issued an executive order regarding the state's response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis during a March 31 afternoon press conference.
Challenged with a global pandemic, Will Caldwell and Ryan Shinto, co-owners of Dojo Kyle Jiu-Jitsu, discovered that moving to a virtual classroom would allow them to continue teaching martial arts while keeping their students and staff safe.
Hays County coronavirus cases include residents between 20 and 69 years old.
Austin Regional Clinic will open drive-up COVID-19 testing sites across five sites.
Live updates: These restaurants in San Marcos, Buda and Kyle are offering curbside, delivery or takeout
Learn how area restaurants are adapting to restrictions that closed dine-in services.
During the coronavirus situation, schools have had to make changes in how they deliver instruction, meals, elections and more. Below is a roundup of what local schools are doing to serve students and families.
In response to the coronavirus outbreak, San Marcos CISD board of trustees voted March 27 to postpone board elections until November.
Faculty member at Texas State University tests positive for coronavirus; bank employee tested for possible case
University officials at Texas State sent out a notice to faculty, staff and students announcing that a faulty member who was at the San Marcos campus March 9 and March 11 has since tested positive for the coronavirus.
Buda daycare owners have option of opening again
Find out if your locale is sheltering in place or what legal consequences the coronavirus is creating in the stories below.
Texas Tribune: Many Texans in Congress scrambled to join vote as US House passes coronavirus spending bill
President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bill into law.
According to Serna, on an average day the Texas Workforce Commission’s four call centers statewide receive 13,000-14,000 calls; on March 22, the agency received 100,000 calls regarding unemployment insurance benefit inquiries.
A shelter-in-place order was issued by Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra on March 25 in an effort to reduce physical contact between residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Austin Board of Realtors is recommending all of its realtor members suspend in-person real estate showings until further notice.
New modeling from UT shows region could run out of hospital beds without reducing interaction.
New policies are in place to keep coronavirus exposure chances lower.
Curbside meals and in-home instruction to continue while Hays CISD remains closed
After pleas from Texas school superintendents and lawmakers, the U.S. Department of Agriculture granted school districts more flexibility on how and what they feed students in free and reduced-price meals.
Freelancers and independently contracted workers in Austin are flocking to the health insurance market to buy coverage, new numbers show.