As part of the People’s first initiative, Fort Hood gave some inside access Wednesday into Green Company, one of the training modules for future leaders to establish trust with soldiers under their command.
Federal health officials cleared the way Wednesday for the vaccination of adolescents 12 and older against COVID-19, but state figures show younger Central Texas residents so far have been slow to get vaccinated against the virus.
The Waco-based Texas Farm Bureau could soon sell health plans to its members and their families that would not be subject to state and federal insurance laws under a bill that cleared the Texas House last week.
A 70-year-old Central Texas man who was found trapped beneath his SUV with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his neck after a freak crash, was not shot, but instead was bitten by a dog, police now say.
Texas lawmakers are expected to consider a bill this week on the House floor that would reinforce federal law requiring schools to evaluate students suspected of having dyslexia under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).