According to a press release, 55-year-old Curtis Keith Bankston and 56-year-old Sophia Simm-Bankston were operating an unlicensed "group home" or personal care facility under the guise of a church known as One Step of Faith 2nd Chance and were the "caretakers" for the people found in the basement.
CCISD offered a virtual conference for parents and staff to learn about the importance of parental involvement in education at Texas Education Agency’s Statewide Parental Involvement Conference which cost $100 per person but was paid entirely with school emergency relief funding from their agency's budget - this is an excellent program.
The federal government launched a revamped website Monday — the first day of tax filing season — to help people who were eligible for the expanded child tax credit under last year’s pandemic relief bill claim the second half of the payment they were due.
Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said no final decisions have been made on deployments. He said the order is about ensuring that the U.S. is ready to respond if NATO decides to deploy its response force.
The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, Drug Enforcement Administration and the San Antonio Police Department worked in a joint operation on Jan. 23 at the McDonald’s parking lot at the 3800 block of E. Loop 1604 N.
Texas, the District of Columbia and two other states are suing Google for allegedly deceiving consumers and invading their privacy by making it nearly impossible for them to stop their location from being tracked.
Sid Miller is challenging a debt relief program that the U.S. Department of Agriculture saw as a way to correct historic discrimination. An advocate for Black Texas farmers says the challenge “pushes us back even further.”