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Texas reports more than 5,300 COVID-19 cases, 90 deaths

Texas late Friday morning was reporting more than 5,300 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus including two new cases in Central Texas.


Lightning may have sparked a fire that engulfed a nearly 90-year-old rural Central Texas church as a line of storms pushed through the region.



The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is reporting 16 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus among employees, staff, contractors and offenders, including one involving a local prison staffer.


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More than $300K allocated to fund meals for area seniors amid outbreak


Neighbors surprise tired nurse after rough day at local hospital


Some Texas religious groups gather with governor’s blessing despite COVID-19


Amber Alert canceled after police locate 2 missing Texas toddlers


Nursing home infections, deaths surge amid lockdown measures


Memo: Some in US may not get stimulus checks until August


Bell County reports 5 more COVID-19 cases, identifies victims


Central Texas Heroes: Ruben Hinguanzo



Central Texans thank area hospital workers


More COVID-19 cases confirmed in area counties


Fort Hood closes access control points, alters hours


Central Texas boy wounded in church shooting is ‘a tough cookie’


Two teenagers arrested in shooting that left local woman dead


Large hospital sits vacant in Central Texas; could it be used?


City closes local basketball courts, playgrounds, pavilions


Central Texas restaurant offers free meals, no questions asked


VA hosts tele-town hall for Central Texas veterans


Boys & Girls Club staff observe social distancing guidelines with children


Waco, Killeen, Temple awarded $1.8 million coronavirus recovery grant


Local food care center helping families amid pandemic


Resident tests positive in Coryell County for COVID-19


Tito's Vodka delivers hand sanitizer to area police department


COVID-19 claims third victim in Central Texas


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