As Trump and Abbott declare emergencies, a North Texas judge is postponing jury trials for the rest of the month.
For the next 168 hours? Kind of. But it’s complicated.
“The State of Texas is prepared, and we continue to take proactive measures along with the support of our federal and local partners to contain this virus and keep Texans safe.”
Mixed messages in Austin and election screw-ups in Dallas. Brandon Waltens and the team cover it all.
What the “most aggressive and comprehensive effort to confront a foreign virus in modern history” means for those in the Lone Star State.
How we are to respond to the dangers surrounding us.
After canceling an economically vital $350 million festival because of coronavirus fears, the mayor told Austinites to go out to clubs.
Early voting in Texas’ primary runoff elections is just over two months away. Could the elections be the next fatality of the COVID-19 outbreak?