A Fort Hood soldier declared AWOL after disappearing in August 2019 whose remains were found last month during a search of a wooded field will be reinstated and is entitled to a military funeral and benefits, Fort Hood confirmed Wednesday.
The largest school district in Central Texas is preparing for an unprecedented fall term amid a surge in COVID-19 cases and concerns about the health not only of students and teachers, but also parents and other family members to whom children could spread the virus.
A Central Texas woman named in a three-count indictment Tuesday stemming from the death and dismemberment of Fort Hood Spc. Vanessa Guillen pleaded not guilty in an appearance before a federal magistrate.
A young Central Texas basketball player "born with a ball in her hands" is raising money to travel to Atlanta, Ga., next month after making a team including best-of-the-best players from across the state of Texas.
The Trump administration has rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer schools or leave the country if their colleges hold classes entirely online this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.
One Central Texas school district announced Monday it's going to start the upcoming school year with a week of virtual instruction for all students as local teachers join forces to fight the push to return to the classroom during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying it's unsafe and violates federal health guidelines.
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) release a friendly reminder Monday, “the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) ends the week of July 25, 2020. FPUC provided an additional $600 per week to claimants who lost work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Texans will continue to receive state unemployment benefits for the remainder of their claim.”
Last month, UT-Austin student athletes said they would forgo recruiting and donor events if campus and athletic leadership failed to implement their demands, which were aimed at supporting students of color.