Texas Shows Canceled After Comedian Dave Chappelle Tests Positive For COVID-19He's been holding socially distanced shows for months and comedian Dave Chappelle had brought his act to Texas... now he has the coronavirus.
Texas Gov. Abbott Says He Wants To 'Reform A Broken Bail System' During Legislative SessionTexas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday hosted a roundtable discussion with law enforcement and public safety advocates about upcoming legislative priorities, such as bail reform.
Texas-Based Dating App Bumble Setting Up To Go PublicBumble, the Austin, Texas-based company best known for its female-centered dating app, is getting ready for its big date with Wall Street.
Man Fatally Shot After Encounter With Off-Duty Texas OfficerPolice Chief Brian Manley said an off-duty officer told authorities that he was driving home early Tuesday in his personal vehicle when another driver cut him off.
New COVID-19 Safety Protocols As Texas Capitol Reopens To The PublicThe Texas capitol in Austin will reopen to visitors today. After being closed for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the State Preservation Board set January 4 as reopening day.
Leaders In Austin Put Limits On Dine-In & Drink Service At Restaurants, Bars For New Year'sSome drastic moves happening in the capital city of Texas where a critical situation of rising COVID-19 hospitalizations and new cases had lead officials to put new limits on dine-in and drink service at restaurants and bars.
Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen Tests Positive For COVID-19Dennis Bonnen, the outgoing speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, said Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19 following his wife becoming sick last week.
Texas-Based IT Firm SolarWinds In The Spotlight After Government Hack Brings Unwanted AttentionIt took only days for people to learn about the Texas-based software company SolarWinds and a malware hack that impacted some of the biggest government agencies in the U.S. and around the world.
Austin Health Official Says Christmas Will Be Memorable 'For The Wrong Reasons'The top health official in Austin warned Tuesday, Dec. 15, that Christmas and New Year’s are likely to be grim as the coronavirus continues its aggressive surge in Central Texas.
Texas-Based Company At Center Of Hack That Penetrated Several U.S. Government AgenciesIt's being called a global cyberespionage campaign that penetrated several U.S. government agencies. The hackers accessed the departments after malware was slipped into a software update by the Texas-based company SolarWinds.
Tom Herman Returning In 2021 For 5th Season With Texas LonghornsTexas has ended widespread speculation about coach Tom Herman’s future, announcing Saturday he will return in 2021 for his fifth season with the No. 23 Longhorns.
Oracle Moving HQ From Silicon Valley To TexasTech giant Oracle Corp. said Friday it will move its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Texas, and let many employees choose their office locations and decide whether to work from home.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler Issues Apology After Telling Residents To Stay Home To Stop COVID-19 Spread As He Left For Mexican VacationThe backlash continues after Austin Mayor Steve Adler hosted a wedding in early November, then hopped on a plane bound for Cabo San Lucas -- all this after warning Austinites about an impending COVID-19 surge and urging them to stay home.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler Vacations In Mexico After Urging People To Stay Home During COVID-19 Case SurgeAustin Mayor Steve Adler went on vacation to Mexico with family in November as he urged people to stay home amid worsening coronavirus caseloads in Texas.
Hospital Systems Across Texas Strained As Positive COVID-19 Cases Soar To New LevelsTexas health officials reported 7,841 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized on Tuesday, 373 more than on Monday, the most since early August and about double the hospitalizations of a month ago.