AUSTIN — Testing, sanitizing and emergency food benefits increased as Texas entered its third month of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saying “thank you” is a fundamental act that many of us were taught from a very early age. Most of us have also worked at engraining that response into our own children, as well.
While there may not be as many gatherings with family and friends this Memorial Day, many observances of the holiday this year will likely continue to involve outdoor grilling. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reminds everyone to follow basic grilling safety precautions over Memorial Day weekend and beyond, particularly as people remain at home in response to COVID-19.
Most of us, at one time or other, have felt the itch of poison ivy. Ironically, of all the species in the world, the only known species to be negatively affected are humans.
AUSTIN — Texas, along with the rest of the nation and the world, continued to battle the COVID-19 pandemic last week as cases and deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus increased.