Austin-based Veronica Ceci makes timely art about those who clean up other people’s messes.
My mom’s cooking offered comfort as my dad battled COVID-19.
‘You See People With Mushrooms Growing Out of Their Carpets’: Tenants With Mold in Their Homes Have Little Recourse
Incidences of mold in Texas homes exploded after the mid-February storm, which burst pipes and allowed moisture to seep into buildings’ foundations at a rapid rate.
The third installment of our series following ordinary Texans through extraordinary times.
Texas Law Banning Abortion as Early as Six Weeks Goes Into Effect as the U.S. Supreme Court Takes No Action
One abortion provider said it was “engulfed” in treating more than 100 patients at one clinic before the law took effect Wednesday.
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.
Patients, doctors and former employees claim Modern Vascular, the national arterial disease treatment chain with four Texas locations, pushes unnecessary treatments and patients suffer.
Texas has one of the most restrictive medical marijuana laws in the country, leaving veterans like Viridiana Edwards struggling to manage chronic pain and PTSD.
More than a decade ago, the U.S. made a big bet on natural gas as a path to reduced emissions and energy independence. But has that bet gone bad for communities—and the climate?