She Closed Her Flower Shop After 36 Years. There Are 100,000 Small Business Owners Just Like Her.

Diana Limon, a small business owner, is closing her flower shop after 36 years in business because of the pandemic and economic crisis.

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“I’m Sick and Tired of My Community Being Taken Advantage of”: Why This Mexican American Wants You to Vote

"There's this misconception that Latinos are not involved in the political process, or that in our culture, we don't talk about [politics], but we're trying to change that."

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4 People Are Missing After a Natural Gas Pipeline Exploded in Corpus Cristi

The explosion happened at about 8 a.m. in the Port of Corpus Christi and the four people missing are part of the crew of a dredging vessel.

WATCH NOW: Vanessa Guillén’s Public Memorial From Houston

After months since she was first reported missing, her family and friends will finally be able to bury the 20-year-old soldier.

An Eighth Soldier Has Been Found Dead at Fort Hood

Last month, another soldier was found dead in the same lake.

Latinos in Texas Mourn Anniversary of El Paso Shooting as COVID-19 Ravages Their Community

Latinos commemorated the one-year anniversary of the El Paso shooting by remembering the 23 people that were killed at a Walmart in Texas.

Texas Is Averaging 9,000 New COVID Cases a Day. Latinos Are Hardest-Hit.

What started as a small family cookout ended in 14 family members infected with COVID-19 and one dead. A cautionary tale to anyone underestimating the dangers of COVID.