Texas

As the state comptroller forecasts that the unemployment rate in Texas will soon hit 9 percent, housing advocates across the state expect to see a parallel increase in eviction cases as well...
On Monday, the Texas Supreme Court extended its moratorium on evictions through April 30, but despite orders at the state and local levels, San Antonio tenants tell KENS 5’s Eyewitness Wants to Know...
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid representatives say residents are already feeling the financial impact. They are receiving calls around the clock for legal assistance...
Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas has closed offices in six locations and their related counties—Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, McKinney, Waxahachie, and Weatherford—through March 27 to the public in response to Gov. Greg Abbott’s state of disaster declaration. In-office appointments will only be scheduled on an as-needed basis. All clinics and outreach events also are suspended through March 27. The remaining offices and their related counties remain open to the public.
GOVERNMENT City of Del Rio - Special council meeting scheduled for March 17 at 6 p.m. - Briefing update on COVID-19 by Emergency Management Coordinator John Sheedy, postponed. Judicial courts - All...

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