First responders and frontline workers can continue to get their much-needed coffee boost from Starbucks for free through the end of May.
A man from Illinois is suing President Donald Trump for denying stimulus payments to American citizens who are married to immigrants who don’t have social security numbers, Fox 10 reports.
Galveston beaches are open beginning Monday, but don’t pack the car with chairs and an umbrella too soon.
Gov. Greg Abbott, in an effort to reopen Texas, announced an executive order which allows non-essential retail businesses to operate via pick-up and delivery service starting on April 24.
Not sure what to do for your child’s next at-home science lesson? NASA has you covered.
Everyone knows Texans have great state pride and they’ll embrace it any chance they get.
John Krasinski is showing some love to H-E-B workers in Texas in his latest Some Good News episode.
Despite the fact that the first impacts of coronavirus happened nearly a month ago, many states have yet to see the worst.
Residents in Austin and Travis counties will remain under the “Stay Home-Work Safe” order until at least 11:59 p.m. on May 8.
According to Deseret News, the Disneyland app sent a notification with the recipe for how to create a “frozen pineapple treat."
If you’re looking for some inspiration during this challenging time and want to avoid an extra trip to the grocery store, we’ve got you covered.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new guidelines Friday, urging everyone to wear a mask when they leave the house. However, due to the severe shortage of masks, you may not find one at the store.