By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Sept. 21, 2020 As of Thursday, COVID-19 had killed 14,590 Texans.
Written by Ross Ramsey on Sep 22 2020 - 4:42pm
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 1 2020 - 8:50pm
By Juan Pablo Garnham, The Texas Tribune Sept. 1, 2020 The federal government on Tuesday announced a nationwide eviction moratorium designed to protect renters from losing their homes until the end of the year. The order could keep millions of Texans from being evicted.
Written by rudyarispe on Aug 21 2020 - 11:21am
Many people in South Texas know the name of Daria A. Vera, but friends and family of the woman, who in the 1960s joined her fellow farm workers to fight for the rights of those toiling in the fields under deplorable conditions and for low wages, say her life story should be added to Texas history books.
Written by Deborah Charnes on Aug 13 2020 - 12:30pm
There are 5.1 million confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. as of Aug. 12, 2020, half a million alone in Texas. Of the national total, 163,651 died.
Written by rudyarispe on Aug 11 2020 - 7:35pm
If you’ve been feeling anxious, stressed or depressed lately because of the Covid-19 pandemic, you’re not alone. That’s why the Texas Health and Human Services recently launched a 24/7 statewide mental health support line that you can call. This new resource offers COVID-19-related mental health support for all Texans. People can call the Statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week toll-free at 833-986-1919
Written by Brandy Ruiz on Aug 7 2020 - 6:29pm
Author Susan Bernardo and illustrator Courtenay Fletcher performed readings of their books, “Sun Kisses, Moon Hugs” and “The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm,” and gave an in-depth lecture about bibliotherapy and creativity and how to guide children to develop emotional intelligence. The virtual workshop, webcast to more than 1,150 child care professionals, was sponsored by Voices for Children of San Antonio and ChildCareGroup of Dallas.
Written by Brandy Ruiz on Jul 27 2020 - 11:13pm
On the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Emma Faye Rudkin says she’s being forced to start all over again in standing up for her rights. When face masks became required attire for the pandemic, communication was disrupted for those with hearing loss who depend on reading lips, said Rudkin, 20, who is deaf and is the founder of the non-profit organization, Aid the Silent.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Jul 16 2020 - 2:46pm
These sessions will cover the guidelines and process of the City of San Antonio's COVID19 Recovery Grant Program. The session is hosted by LiftFund the administrator of the fund. The fund is for small businesses and nonprofits and is open from July 13, 10 a.m. to July 27, 5 p.m. Register for the Grant Program Overview Here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/2133916082727209228 Dates for Webinar: Monday, July 20, 2020 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 2 2020 - 7:55pm
Midway through a news conference where executives were describing hospitals' herculean efforts to cope with a staggering increase in COVID-19 cases in San Antonio and Bexar County, the governor of Texas dropped a proclamation. Gov. Greg Abbott ordered Texans in most counties to wear face coverings in public and gave mayors and county judges the ability to impose restrictions on outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people. It was what local leaders had been imploring him to do for weeks, as COVID-19 cases spiraled out of control in Texas' urban areas.
Written by Beth Graham on Jun 30 2020 - 4:18pm
Melida Villegas Hutton was born on July 20, 1935, in Cuatro Cienegas, Coahuila, Mexico, one of five siblings. She moved to the United States, where in the 1970s she became a citizen, and raised three daughters as a single mother. She was lost to the COVID-19 virus on June 15, 2020.