Rev. Robert Pace, a rector who serves in Fort Worth, beat the coronavirus after two weeks. Pace said he feels inspired by the health care workers who helped him remain healthy.
Local health officials continue to not know the extent of coronavirus testing in Bell County.
Bell County is beginning to see the reported number of COVID-19 cases flatten, but residents will need to continue to follow the local stay-at-home order until April 30, the county’s top elected official said Friday.
ZABCIKVILLE — Ocker Brethren Church — an 89-year-old white, two-story structure that rises from the Blackland prairie 11 miles east of Temple — was charred but still standing Friday, hours after a fire ignited the historic wooden church Thursday evening.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recently took a look at what to do about the escalating numbers of inmates in Texas jails, while also taking COVID-19 into consideration.
AUSTIN — A coronavirus outbreak at a San Antonio nursing home has infected more than 60 residents, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Friday, as the city ordered nursing home operators to stop allowing staff to split their time between several locations.
A tree is reflected on wet pavement as rain falls Thursday evening in Temple. The city received about 0.65 inches of rain overnight Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. A cold front moved through the area Friday afternoon, dropping temperatures into the lower 40s and bringing…
The number of Texans applying for unemployment relief continues to climb as more workers are laid off or furloughed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last week, 275,597 Texans applied — a 1,604 percent increase over the 16,176 Texans who filed in the week ending March 14.