Musically Fed has been putting on drive-thru food distributions in several states since the start of the pandemic. Saturday, they came to Austin.
Uber, Paypal and Walgreens are teaming up to provide transportation for people to get their COVID-19 vaccinations with a new program.
As other countries rolled out their vaccination campaigns over months, the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, wedged between India and China, is nearly done just 16 days after it started.
After nearly 100 days in the hospital battling COVID-19, Erika Bazan is finally on a journey to recovery and telling her story.
The server, who is also a registered nurse, plans to use the money to give back to the community.
A Denver family got a flight on a private plane after being kicked off a Southwest flight to Austin because their toddler was not wearing his mask.
Major League Baseball and its teams said Thursday they will distribute $1.5 million in free tickets this regular season to essential workers of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
After spending 84 days in the hospital fighting COVID-19, a Florida mother is getting the medicine she needs: a hug from her son.
An Ohio nursing home gathered residents and staff together to release balloons to mark one year since the COVID-19 pandemic changed their lives.
Larger mammals can ingest PPE, and plastic from the items can disrupt the ocean’s food chains.
The vaccination drive, improved conditions inside nursing homes, and relaxed federal guidelines have paved the way for the reunions at many nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
DoorDash said the program is rolling out in 12 U.S. markets with more cities being added in the coming months.
Krispy Kreme says anyone who shows a valid COVID-19 vaccination card will get a free Original Glazed doughnut for the remainder of 2021. And they can keep going back every single day.
Doctors gave David Williams less than a 1% chance of survival after contracting COVID-19 and slipping into a coma last fall. Now, they call him their “miracle patient.”
The coronavirus brought a year of fear and anxiety, loneliness and lockdown, and illness and death, but an annual report on happiness around the world released Friday suggests the pandemic has not crushed people's spirits.
A Lockhart photographer is photographing Central Texas student-athletes for a $50 donation to nonprofit Kinetic Kids.
An annual report on happiness around the world suggests the coronavirus pandemic has not crushed people’s optimism about the future after a year of loneliness, anxiety, lockdowns, illness and death.
Starting Saturday, March 20, the San Antonio Zoo will be celebrating H-E-B partners with H-E-B Partner Appreciation Week.
The first person to receive a COVID-related lung transplant in Michigan is recovering after catching the virus while pregnant.
Austin photographer Sarah Wilson is honoring women who are essential workers by creating giant portraits of them and posting each one throughout the city.