When Texas lawmakers convene at the Capitol in January, at least one of them will be hunting for answers as to why the Texas Department of Transportation spent $8.3 million on hazard pay during the first months of the pandemic.
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North Texas journalists want to make labor history in the Lone Star State. The A. H. Belo Corporation would prefer they didn’t.
Employers across the country are being sued by the families of workers who contend their loved ones contracted lethal cases of Covid-19 on the job, a new legal front that shows the risks of reopening workplaces.
The rate of new claims for unemployment benefits in Texas fell again last week as jobless claims come down from a midsummer spike driven by a surge in COVID-19 cases.
With Hidalgo County pumping flood water and residents picking up after damage left in the wake of Hurricane Hanna on Saturday and Sunday, District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez Jr. is reminding the public to look out for scammers.
HIDALGO COUNTY, Texas — With the damage left behind from Hurricane Hanna, many residents in the Rio Grande Valley are left trying to rebuild their homes. With rebuilding comes an increase in door-to-door contractors looking to profit off of the rebuild process.