AUSTIN – Today, the Texas General Land Office announced its public outreach initiative to encourage Texans to be prepared and stay prepared for hurricane season, which began Wednesday, June 1, and runs through Nov. 30, 2022. The preparedness campaign includes a video advertisement series titled “Don’t Ignore Your Risk,” a bilingual, multi-media, multi-platform campaign urging Texans to take time now to know their risk, purchase flood insurance, protect their home, safeguard documents, and prepare emergency supplies and an evacuation route.
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Three East Texans — San Augustine's Barrrett Benefield, Henderson's Trace Antunes and Emory's Caleb Cason — finished in the Top 25 of the second Abu Garcia Bassmaster High School Combine on Wheeler Lake in Decatur, Alabama.
A closely watched estimate from the U.S. Census Bureau released Thursday indicates that Texas may have passed a long-awaited milestone: the point where Hispanic residents make up more of the state’s population than white residents.
(The Center Square) – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has pledged to use half of the state’s projected $27 billion surplus to reduce property taxes.
(The Center Square) – One man at the center of defending Texas at the southern border comes from “good revolutionary stock,” similar to his ancestors who fought for American and Texas independence.
Ruby’s Mexican Restaurant officially opens its third location today.
(The Center Square) – Texans are being encouraged to use a free iWatch reporting system to alert local and state law enforcement about suspicious behaviors and activities that appear to be criminal, terroristic or school safety related.
(The Center Square) – After the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported a second quarter of negative GDP growth, signaling the U.S. is in a recession, two Texas groups that have been consistently advocating for fiscal responsibility, restraint and lower taxes say the state legislature must enact additional pro-growth and low-tax policies to relieve the financial pain Texans are experiencing.