Red, White and Blue show hosts examine the state of school safety in Texas. Discussion topics include violence prevention in regard to spotting mental-health “red flags,” gun safety laws, school security, and more. With guests Haley Carter, Chair, Mayor’s Commission Against Gun Violence; Texas State Senator Larry Taylor (District 11); and Paul Cordova, Houston Independent School District Chief of Police. Original air date: September 14, 2018.
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Businesses' bid to enforce Covid safety rules stymied by Texas governor's decision to scrap mask mandate
Working the door at a business in Texas that still requires masks against Covid-19 could be hazardous to your health — and not just because of the virus, top security experts said Thursday. Gov. Greg ...
Some Cameron County schools to continue requiring masks
Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Tuesday lifting the current mask mandate effective March 10, but that won't change the COVID-19 safety precautions of school districts throughout Cameron ...
Texas schools to receive millions despite missing students after state extends pandemic provision
Texas won’t penalize schools for unexpected enrollment declines due to the pandemic, meaning millions in state money for districts. The state extended a provision that keeps public funds to schools ...
What you need to know on March 4 about Texas reopening and mask requirements
Tarrant County ended its mask requirement Tuesday. Does that mean we’re already reopened at 100% and don’t have to wear masks? Legally, mask requirements and business capacity restrictions are in ...
Gov. Greg Abbott ends statewide mask mandate, moves to 'open Texas 100%' — actions at odds with health experts, federal officials
Gov. Greg Abbott touted Texas' vaccine rollout in a tweet, saying it's a "big reason" why hospitalizations are at their lowest level in months.
Texas schools, stores divided on masks as mandate ends
Greg Abbott repealing many of the state's COVID-19 restrictions — tweeting “Texas is OPEN 100%" — began taking shape Wednesday as businesses shed rules, city leaders plotted new safeguards and the ...
School Districts Can Still Mandate Masks, Texas Education Agency Says
Some area school districts do want to keep the protection. And as Steve Pickett reports now, the TEA says they can do that. STEVE PICKETT: In just about every public school system in Texas right now, ...
Despite end of Texas mask order, most Austin-area schools plan to keep pandemic rules in place
Most Austin-area school officials say they will continue to require students and staff to wear masks in their facilities despite Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order Tuesday lifting state-mandated rules ...
Texas schools to keep mask mandate unless local trustees vote to eliminate the requirement
School boards can decide whether students are required to wear masks on campuses, according to new guidance from the Texas Education Agency released Wednesday. The guidance comes a day after Gov. Greg ...
North Texas school districts to continue current face mask policies as they await guidance
Many districts are awaiting guidance from the Texas Education Agency, which supplied districts with health and safety protocols to return to classroom learning.
List: Here's what Houston-area school districts are doing with statewide mask order lifted
Some Houston-area school districts plan to keep their mask-wearing policy in place. HOUSTON — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday announced he is lifting the statewide mask mandate and allowing all ...
Longhorns supporters threaten university, players over ‘Eyes of Texas’ controversy
Texas linebacker DeMarvion Overshown says he received death threats when he refused to sing the school's alma mater, 'The Eyes of Texas,' which has racist roots.