Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 4 2020 - 8:45pm
By Alexa Ura and Abby Livingston, The Texas Tribune Sept. 4, 2020 Standing in front of a blue curtain adorned with the seal of the Republican Party of Texas, Allen West offered up what he deemed an “instructional video” for Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins.
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 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 Texas Tribune on Aug 6 2020 - 5:57pm
By Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune Aug. 4, 2020 For months, as Texans have been asked to stay home to avoid the spread of the new coronavirus, Jennifer Edwards has been doing the rounds at gas stations in a trio of counties near the Texas-Louisiana border.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Jul 16 2020 - 1:31pm
  Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/275549760375661/ The purpose of this project is to keep Vanessa Guillen's story and all MST survivors on the minds of the military, community, state officials, and DC policymakers.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Jul 6 2020 - 1:34pm
Reliable Revolutionaries will be hosting a VOTING DRIVE Friday, July 10 at 3 p.m.! If you are not registered to vote, have moved and don’t know your voting status, or need information on the running candidates and which laws they are fighting for and against... COME OUT!
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 Rebecca Espinoza on Jun 30 2020 - 3:33pm
San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood marched in plain clothes with #BlackLivesMatter protestors, along with his sons. "I'm marching because I've been witnessing the injustices of people of color all of my life, and I think it's important that people look through the lens of a minority, particularly a black man, who are living in fear of their lives," Hood explained to Texas Public Radio's Joey Palacios, who spotted Hood  and interviewed him during a Facebook Live broadcast June 3, 2020.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jun 29 2020 - 1:25pm
By Meena Venkataramanan, The Texas Tribune June 26, 2020
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jun 26 2020 - 9:10pm
As San Antonio stepped up its battle against COVID-19 by banning gatherings of more than 10 people in city parks or plazas, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said weekend #BlackLivesMatter protesters would be "kindly asked to think about the pandemic we're in, and disperse." The remarks by Nirenberg, who has repeatedly encouraged #BlackLivesMatters protestors to demonstrate and speak out, came during the evening briefing on the virus which threatens to overwhelm the city's hospital capacity.