Some business owners ready for profits to reach pre-COVID levels are greeting the news eagerly, while others worry removing the government mandate will make it more difficult to enforce orders they still want to keep.
Despite the star power and diversity, “Chaos Walking” ultimately results in a cheap-looking jumpstart that has little emotional weight and a complete misuse of its diverse and talented cast.
“The practice of medicine is an art, not a trade; a calling, not a business; a calling in which your heart will be exercised equally with your head.” — Sir William Osler, MD
And U.S. Rep. Ronny Jackson, a graduate of two Galveston universities, was the subject of an unflattering report released by the Department of Defense.
Clear Falls and Clear Springs also competed at the state competition and performed well over the four-day period.
The medical community is ecstatic about the Food and Drug Administration approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the third vaccine to be used for the prevention of COVID-19.
The main problem in Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision Tuesday to lift a statewide order mandating things such as face coverings and restrictions on business capacity lies in what people might hear, rather than what the governor actually said.
Chip and Joanna Gaines, stars of the TV show “Fixer Upper,” have built an empire in Waco that their fans flock to in order to eat, sleep and shop in the Gaines’ properties.
“Location” is something we hear about when buying real estate. It also holds true for gardening. The recent icy onslaught decimated our landscapes despite our best efforts. Why did some plants perish while others of their kind survived? One deciding factor was likely their location. More abo…
After-effects of the great grid collapse roll through the Texas market, killing off some companies and putting some users in line for extreme costs for things they've never heard of, experts warn.
Statewide, disaster claims could surpass the costliest storms in history, but on a local level, insurers and cities have seen worse.
As a fan of Watt, whose tremendous contributions to Houston on and off the field are well documented, I’m happy to see he’ll have a chance to play his final NFL years with an up-and-coming team that actually has a chance to win many games — unlike the Texans, who are coming off a 4-12 season and appear to be on the path toward a lengthy rebuild.