Almost all 50 capitals saw little to no protest activity in the days leading up to Inauguration Day, but some warn that doesn't mean the threat is over.
Williamson County is hoping their organization shown this week will prove to the state that they can handle a larger number of doses.
The PPP program is intended to help keep people employed during the COVID-19 pandemic, which the founder says is what his nonprofit used the funds for.
Part of the country charm in Llano County has led to difficulty in getting COVID-19 vaccine doses from the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Starting Jan. 20, the APH COVID-19 dashboard will include the number of patients being cared for at the ACS as part of the daily updates.
The show of force by local and state law enforcement accomplished what it was intended to do, it kept things quiet.
County leaders are hoping residents can be patient as the federal government allocates more doses for the most at-risk groups first.
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FOX 7 Austin talked to several women in Central Texas on Wednesday to get their reactions to Kamala Harris becoming vice president.
Rep. Roy says he plans to announce legislation to prevent taxpayer funding from Biden's executive actions to rejoin the Paris climate accord and the World Health Organization.
"Contrary to what Austin leaders think no one has a right to urinate & defecate wherever they want," Abbott said on Twitter.
The FBI warned of possible armed protests at state capitols but on Inauguration Day most of those who showed up at the Texas State Capitol supported the new president and vice president.
A woman is dead and a man hospitalized after a crash in the 3900 block of West Howard Lane.
Austin police have identified the person who has died after injuries he suffered in an auto-pedestrian crash on January 9 in East Austin.
Rep. Jarvis Johnson (D-Houston) held a virtual press conference to announce his filing of House Bill 36, which would abolish Confederate Heroes Day.
It's the fifth time Austin police officers have contributed to the security at a Presidential Inauguration ceremony.
Staff members can test twice per month and each school will determine what days and times they will offer testing.
Gov. Greg Abbott says there are now 78 COVID-19 vaccination hubs up and operating across the state. That number is expected to grow before the end of the week.
All other students at Manor High School, Blake Manor Elementary, and Manor New Tech High School will continue to receive in-person instruction.
Health officials say the community's efforts look to be paying off, but now it's an effort to keep this trend going.