At a time of unprecedented need, a state program that provides fresh produce to food banks saw its funding cut.
The iconic accessory is a rite of passage for Texas high schoolers, but a slow start to the school year has hurt business for mum makers.
The Houston area lost the most construction jobs of any big city over the last year.
Hundreds of thousands of food industry workers still haven't been able to come back to work.
For some, the surges in business helped weather challenges during the pandemic. But there are many Black-owned businesses that could close because of COVID-19.
People who go to sporting events at Texas A&M University usually spend more than $120 million a year.
A law passed in 2019 requires insurers and medical providers to settle payment disputes among themselves. It covers people with state-regulated plans.
More than 400 people have died in Hidalgo County. An attempt to renew the local lockdown underscores differences with state policy.
Bar owners say they are being unfairly singled out.