BELTON — Although the COVID-19 pandemic sent educational institutions into a scramble for specialized return-to-school plans, Logan Gerhart remains as excited as ever to begin his collegiate academic career.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Bell County appears to have plateaued, but this pattern will most likely not stick around as cooler months approach, according to the county’s top public health official.
Bell County’s number of new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday dropped by more than half when compared to Tuesday’s figures, according to local health data.
The Bell County Jail may be out of space for nonviolent offenders, but that doesn’t mean those cases won’t go through the criminal justice system, officials said.
Two Killeen women are the latest Bell County residents to die from COVID-19, according to local health officials.
Temple ISD Superintendent Bobby Ott touted his district’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic during the district’s annual convocation Monday morning.
As local health officials confirmed Monday two more residents died from COVID-19, Bell County’s rate of positive coronavirus tests reached double digits and 151 recoveries were recorded.
There’s a new tool to help protect people against the coronavirus after a local company announced their new test.
Bell County’s top public health official stressed Friday that residents need to still keep up with their COVID-19 precautions as another resident died from the virus.
The Bell County Jail is restricting the intake of inmates while at least 100 offenders are quarantined because they were exposed to COVID-19, officials said Friday.
For the first time in nearly five months, visitors will be allowed in Texas nursing homes on a limited basis, state health officials announced Thursday evening, reversing a policy intended to keep the state’s most vulnerable populations safe from a pandemic that has proved especially deadly …