The newest COVID-19 variant has wreaked havoc on public schools in the state, forcing closures as districts scramble for adequate staff.
My mom’s cooking offered comfort as my dad battled COVID-19.
The third installment of our series following ordinary Texans through extraordinary times.
Despite federal protections aimed at preventing eviction, thousands of tenants in Texas have been unable to use them to keep their homes.
Texas Veterans Homes Overseen by George P. Bush Were Often the Deadliest Places to Be During COVID-19 Pandemic
Seven of the state’s nine veterans homes had a fatality rate of 25% or more, far higher than the statewide average of 11% for nursing homes. Bush has vowed to not renew the operators’ contracts.
A COVID-19 vaccine developed in Houston is in clinical trials in India and could be ready for global use as soon as late summer.
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston was one of the first major American art museums to reopen its doors to the public after a month long closure due to the pandemic. As the art world lavished praise on the institution for its bold plans, employees tell a very different story.
This year has shown us that the way we care for one another, or for some and not others, isn’t about who we are as Democrats or Republicans but about what we believe as people.
According to a new study, undercounts of COVID-19 deaths appear worst in rural and suburban areas served by elected justices of the peace.
Ordinary stories from an extraordinary year.