The nonprofit will participate in Eco Fest at Hometown Heroes Park in League City on Sept. 19.
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Harris County coronavirus count: Texas Medical Center positivity rate under 5% for two straight weeks
A low positivity rate is one of three metrics medical center officials are tracking that they say may indicate a declining spread of the virus.
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Additionally, a free drive-thru testing site will be set up in Todd Mission on Sept. 19.
The action aims to strengthen a federal order that renters' advocates say has been falling short in eviction court.
The percentage of active COVID-19 cases has also dropped below 20% for the first time in September.
The influenza vaccine is recommended for nearly all patients of all ages ahead of this year's flu season, Dr. Sam Rolon said.
The Texas Education Agency, in collaboration with the Texas Department of State Health Services, has launched its latest COVID-19 dashboard for positive cases in Texas public schools.
Houston Police Department is joining Harris County's cite-and-release program.
The CCISD board of trustees have defined the 2020-21 superintendent targets that will be be used in the annual review process this spring during campus planning.
Before COVID-19, the Houston Food Bank distributed about 400,000 pounds of food daily. That number has since increased to about 1 million pounds a day.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott: Retail stores, restaurants, office buildings, gyms can reopen at 75% capacity as early as Sept. 21
Nursing home and long-term care facilities will also be allowed to reopen for visitation as early as Sept. 24.
A new limited government corporation formed by Harris County Sept. 15 could result in surplus revenue from the Harris County Toll Road Authority going to other county needs outside of the realm of transportation and mobility.
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Q&A: National Center for Learning Disabilities expert discusses challenges of special education, remote learning during pandemic
The NCLD's director of policy and advocacy spoke about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on special education students and their development in and out of the classroom.
A new system of street repairs aims to get more projects done quickly and save money to use on sidewalk work
Last year's event drew over 100,000 shoppers.
Galveston County reported a record-low number of new cases of COVID-19 on Sept. 14.
Harris County has been at the highest possible COVID-19 threat level since late June, but the data related to the number of new cases per day, hospitalizations and testing positivity mean the threat level could be downgraded in the near future, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo said Sept. 15.
In-person jury trials have largely been on hold since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March.
Since pandemic restrictions began, the Houston Area Women’s Center has experienced a 40% increase in calls for help, and municipal courts have seen as high as a 90% increase in requests, officials said.
Hegar shared his outlook on the state's finances and economic outlook in a September TAG Houston livestream.
A partnership is expected to move forward this week between the city of Houston and Harris County to open a new facility to help the area's homeless population during the COVID-19 pandemic.