Stories tagged: "Texas"

Family of Fort Hood Soldier Suspects Foul Play In His Death

"He felt that something was going to happen," says a cousin of Corlton L. Chee, adding that his body had bruises, scratches, and a bump.

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."

Latino Family Facing Eviction Gets $67K in Donations After AOC and CNN Highlight Their Story

An estimated 40 million are in danger of being evicted due to the coronavirus economic downturn. But people across the country are pitching in to help.

This satellite image released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows Hurricane Laura churning in the Gulf of Mexico, Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020. Forecasters say Laura is rapidly intensifying and will become a “catastrophic” Category 4 hurricane before landfall. (NOAA via AP)
Time Is Running Out: Hurricane Laura Now a Category 4 With Landfall Less Than 12 Hours Away

Texas and Louisiana brace for a catastrophic landfall and devastating storm surge as the monster storm continues to strengthen.

Body Found Hanging From Tree Could Be Missing Fort Hood Soldier

If the autopsy confirms it's Sgt. Elder Fernandes, he would be the 10th Fort Hood soldier to die since March.

Laura Has Intensified and Is Now Projected to Be Category 4 Hurricane

Evacuating amid a pandemic is also making the situation much more chaotic.