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“All of the party was over”: How the last oil bust changed Texas

By Abby Livingston, The Texas Tribune May 18, 2020 ""All of the party was...

Texas bar owners say they’re going broke and are desperate for Abbott to lay out a reopening plan

By Stacy Fernández, The Texas Tribune May 13, 2020 "Texas bar owners say they're...

Latino small-business owners at Fort Worth’s La Gran Plaza suffer from language barriers, absence of bank loans

By Juan Pablo Garnham, The Texas Tribune FORT WORTH — As Texas restaurants and retail stores began welcoming...

Business has reopened in Texas, but the economy won’t be back anytime soon, experts say

By Mitchell Ferman and Anna Novak, The Texas Tribune May 8, 2020 "Business has...

Gov. Greg Abbott promises far-reaching announcement on reopening Texas businesses, including restaurants, hair salons

State parks reopened and nonessential surgeries have resumed, and all retailers will be allowed to sell items curbside beginning Friday. Republican Gov. Greg Abbott says more relaxed restrictions are coming Monday.

How Houston decided to cancel rodeo as virus spread

By Perla Trevizo, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica April 20, 2020 "Officials knew coronavirus...

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Feeding tubes, hallucinations and numb toes: One Texan’s battle to survive COVID-19

By Shannon NajmabadiJuly 12, 2020 EDINBURG — Sixty-year-old Frank Arredondo returned from his job as a pharmacist on March...

Chatham announces plan to buy newspaper publisher, FWST-owner McClatchy

By TALI ARBEL AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Hedge fund Chatham Asset Management plans to buy newspaper...

Opinion: 5 COVID-19 myths politicians have repeated that just aren’t true

Geoffrey Joyce, University of Southern California The number of...

Story of 2 families emerges after stone found in lake

By ANGIE RIEBE Mesabi Daily NewsEVELETH, Minn. (AP) — World War II veteran Laurie Rudolph Heikkila, a native of Embarrass, was laid...