Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 20, 2021
By Allyson Waller and Kevin Reynolds, The Texas Tribune When the Llano County Library shuts down for three days this week, starting Tuesday, it won’t be for the holidays.
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 20, 2021
By Jolie McCullough, The Texas Tribune As the omicron variant of COVID-19 quickly spreads across the United States, public health experts fear that Texas’ health care system could once again be overwhelmed by the disease within weeks. “It’s really accelerating fast,” said Dr. Peter Hotez, a…
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 17, 2021
By Lexi Churchill, Perla Trevizo and Ren Larson, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica, and Mike Hixenbaugh and Suzy Khimm, NBC News Three days after Hurricane Ida slammed ashore on Aug. 29, leveling homes and knocking out power along the Louisiana coast, Craig Curley Sr. maneuvered through a packed…
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 15, 2021
By Erin Douglas, The Texas Tribune It was the coldest February Texas had seen in more than four decades, and the sustained blast of arctic air knocked out much of the state’s power grid for several days, causing hundreds of deaths and billions of dollars in damage.
Written by Rachael Graham on Dec 11, 2021
Don your favorite holiday sweaters and take your family through a walk through the San Antonio Botanical Garden during Lightscape!
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 08, 2021
By Brian Lopez, The Texas Tribune A San Antonio-area school district is reviewing the contents of more than 400 books that were flagged in a Republican lawmaker’s investigation into the titles that schools keep in their libraries.
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 08, 2021
By Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune The U.S. Department of Justice is throwing its weight into the legal fight over Texas’ newly drawn maps for Congress and the state House, filing a lawsuit Monday that claims Texas lawmakers discriminated against voters of color by denying Latino and Black voters…
Written by Greg Harman on Nov 29, 2021
Originally published at Deceleration News by Greg Harman.
Written by Jose Garcia on Nov 22, 2021
Editor’s note: NOWCastSA Intern Jose Garcia, a UTSA Computer Science student, attended the Astroworld Festival in Houston where 10 people died during the Travis Scott concert on Friday Nov. 5, 2021. Here is his story: