Local health officials continue to not know the extent of coronavirus testing in Bell County.
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.
Some streets in Harker Heights are currently under a boil water notice because someone illegally entered the city’s water pump station, according to a news release from the city.
The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System has stopped performing non-urgent and routine care to minimize the number of individuals potentially exposed to COVID-19.
Temple and Belton officials announced Wednesday they would indefinitely shutter parts of their parks so residents can follow coronavirus social distancing guidelines.
Overall electric usage decreased statewide during March, according to a statewide monitor, but one electric retailer expects residential usage to change as people continue sheltering at home.
A man allegedly stole checks from Temple Mortuary Service and cashed them for himself, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by the Telegram.
All Army & Air Force Exchange Service locations, including at Fort Hood, are expected to have clear acrylic shields at cash registers, according to a news release.