Free COVID-19 Vaccines at Pop-Up Event in Killeen Walmart Today
If you're interested in being vaccinated against COVID-19, there's a free pop-up vaccination clinic happening today in Killeen.
Gov. Abbott Says No New Mask Mandates Coming in Texas
Take a look at any news outlet in the United States and the top news story, or at least pretty high on the list, is the climbing number of new coronavirus cases. Numbers seem to be climbing across the country, and that includes in Texas.
Act Now, Texas Rent Relief Is Still Available For Those In Need
Many Texans still need help getting back on their feet after facing the lasting effects of the pandemic.
A Lot of Texans Say Their Alcohol Tolerance Has Increased During Pandemic
I could always handle my booze pretty well, but I have to admit to my tolerance being much higher these days.
A Booster for the Pfizer and Moderna Vaccines May Not be Necessary
Here’s some good news for those who’ve elected to take either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
Central Texas Food Bank Distributing Care Packages July 22 and 24
If your family is experiencing food insecurity, the Central Texas Food Bank can help with two mass distribution events planned in Waco and Temple.
Certain COVID-19 Unemployment Benefits Will End on June 26
The TWC announced this week that those not returning to work due to "fear of coronavirus" will not be able to collect that extra $300 in unemployment benefits.
Texas Hospital Suspends Close to 200 Employees For Not Taking Covid Vaccine
An employee protest at Houston Methodist Hospital for a policy that requires all employees to be vaccinated has ended in the suspension of 178 workers.
Killeen ISD Working with McLane Children’s to Vaccinate Local Students This Summer
The two are working together to help get kids 12 and over vaccinated against COVID-19 before the start of the new school year. Here's how you can sign up.
Gov. Abbott’s New Executive Order is Latest Step in Unmasking Texas
Texas Governor Greg Abbott's new executive order prevents government entities in Texas from requiring or mandating mask wearing. That includes public schools.