COVID-19 has only been around for a short time, so what we know on the issue tends to change quickly with more being learned every day. For example, recent studies have investigated how long coronaviruses survive on different surfaces. Research has also demonstrated that virus particles can last for
East Texas Food Bank spokeswoman Lauren Barnes spoke to ETN host Kayla Lyons Friday about the emergency food distribution event that was held on the grounds of the East Texas State Fair in Tyler Friday morning.
Events shutting down because of Covid-19 are having a financial impact on young East Texans who are a part of 'future farmers of America'. With the closing of huge events like the Houston livestock show and rodeo, East Texas FFA students have missed valuable opportunities.
On Wednesday April 1, the East Texas Food Bank became aware that a staff member working in our administrative office, which is separate from our warehouse and volunteer center, tested positive for COVID-19.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton have issued joint guidance for houses of worship and religious services during the governor’s executive order responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It'll be bring-your-own popcorn and the barbecue won’t be as good, but Austin's SXSW Film Festival is partnering with Amazon to move online after having its 27th edition canceled by the coronavirus pandemic.
OVERTON, Texas (KLTV) - The Overton superintendent of schools shared an update on the state of a parent who may have exposed a school employee to COVID-19 and the measures being taken to contain any possible spread.
Yet another East Texas county has it's first confirmed case of 'Covid-19', and another order from county officials to 'shelter in place and stay at home.' Hawkins police chief Manfred Gilow says the official word came down last night.
In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, about 500,000 Texans have been laid off or fired in the past 18 days, and the influx of people seeking unemployment benefits has overwhelmed the Texas Workforce Commission.
KLTV’s Blake Holland spoke to Smith County District Attorney Jacob Putman about his decision to assign most of his investigators to assist local health officials in their contact tracing efforts for people who have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to grow, some healthcare professionals in areas of the United States that have been the hardest hit by the coronavirus are dealing with shortages of critical supplies and equipment.
We are already seeing some opportunists price gouging on some retail items. But worse than that are some malicious actors that are producing offers on social media or through emails that make false claims that are designed to get innocent, unsuspecting, but desperate, people to respond or send m
As colleges move classes online amid the COVID-19 outbreak, some students at the University of Texas at Tyler are being told they'll have to pay their apartment rent for April and May, despite voluntarily moving out for the semester.
“With a heavy heart and deep regret, I believe it is in the best interest of our artists and our many loyal patrons that the Texas Shakespeare Festival will not produce a 2020 season,” said Raymond Caldwell, TSF Founder and Artistic Director.