Texas small businesses are feeling like they can't catch a break following the financial hits of COVID-19 and the recent winter storms.
Those in small Central Texas towns like Granger are struggling due to a lack of power, water, and even damage to their homes and businesses.
There are eight school districts participating and the first school began testing on Monday.
Deputies believe that 63-year-old Mark Yarbrough may have become disoriented while traveling in a rural area of Williamson County and are concerned for his safety.
When she checked on her business, she found what she estimates to be $50,000 worth of damage.
Downtown Granger could be a poster child for the spirit of Texas, just ask Jamie Church, owner of Cotton Country Club. "You walk down the streets and get that small town feel. Everyone here is just true genuine people," she said.
Investigators are awaiting the autopsy results of a woman found dead in her home Tuesday night.