As I am writing this column, the television in the living room is beeping, a “crawl” of information is moving across the top of the screen, and the map of the area is taking up a large portion of the northwest side of the picture. With closed captioning and the station logo crowding in, I can hardly see Nora O’Donnell trying to give the national news.
I had driven a 2016 Chevy Cruze for a long time.
Texas stands to gain two seats in the U.S. House of Representatives after results of the 2020 census released last week show the state had the largest numerical gain of any state since the 2010 census
It has been said of me throughout my adult life—perhaps also true of years unfolding soon after infancy--that my “antenna” has been on “24/7” alert for good deals.
A bid to expand health coverage for low-income Texans failed in the Texas House last week, 80-68.