Mom Of First Texas Healthcare Worker To Reportedly Die Of COVID-19 Sues Nursing HomeMaurice Dotson, 51, was a nurse's aid at West Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in South Austin. He died alone in his hospital bed from the coronavirus on April 17, 2020.
Stay-At-Home-Orders Effective In Tarrant County, But Coming Weeks Critical"We may be in the third inning of a nine-inning game. Increased mobility creates risk that new cases will surge.”
24 More People Diagnosed With COVID-19 In Denton, 18 New RecoveriesDenton County Public Health today announced 24 new laboratory-confirmed cases of the coronavirus. 
Study: Texas Among Worst States For Support During Coronavirus PandemicTexas ranks among the worst states when it comes to offering support and protecting residents during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new study.
Gov. Abbott Expected To Announce Further Plans To Reopen Texas Businesses MondayGov. Greg Abbott is expected to announce further plans later today to reopen businesses in Texas as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Governor Abbott Temporarily Waives Certain Testing Requirements For Advanced Practice Registered NursesGovernor Greg Abbott has waived certain testing requirements for Advance Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) as part of the state's response to COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Texas: Gov. Abbott Says 80% Of Unemployment Claims Paid; Continuing To Open TexasFor the more than 1 million Texans who have lost their jobs, Abbott said 1,579,000 unemployment claims were filed in Texas, and $1.4 billion was paid out on those claims.
Despite COVID-19 Induced Financial Turmoil, Some Property Owners Face Higher TaxesThe coronavirus is changing almost every aspect of life, including the way homeowners protest property taxes.
Coronavirus In Texas: Governor Greg Abbott Expects Cases, Deaths From COVID-19 To Continue Increase; Especially In DallasTexas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a warning to Texans Thursday, April 2 to stay home because he expects the increase in cases and deaths from COVID-19 to continue.
Coronavirus In Texas: State Effort Underway To Increase Number Of EMS, First Responders During PandemicMedical directors for licensed EMS providers can permit individuals who are qualified, though not formally certified, to provide critical emergency response services.