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Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Maria:

Kidney transplant reunites old elementary school friends 30 years later

Krystal Watson will be undergoing a kidney transplant in a week and will receive a kidney from an old elementary school friend. → Read More

New Texas laws starting January 1

23 Texas bills are set to become law on Jan. 1, 2022. → Read More

COVID-19 tests in high demand across Central Texas

Long lines were visible Tuesday as drivers waited at the free COVID-19 testing site outside the Richland Mall in Waco. → Read More

Fire officials looking for person who caught a baby dropped from burning apartment

Killeen Fire Chief James Kubinski said they're really hoping to find this good Samaritan. → Read More

"Be proactive. Take charge of your health."

Thousands of women have gone undiagnosed because of skipped screenings due to the pandemic. → Read More

New COVID-19 vaccine campaign kicks off in Killeen, heads to Mexia on Thursday

Robert Santiago an outreach manager with DSHS said these events were created to encourage families to get vaccinated. → Read More

March to defend women's reproductive rights to be held in Waco on Saturday

The rally in Waco is just one of many happening around the nation in response to new Texas abortion legislation. → Read More

Police release photos of vehicle involved in suspected stolen trailer in Temple

Benny Guseman and his girlfriend Sara Conroy traveled from Nacogdoches to attend an event. On Friday, police released surveillance video of the alleged suspect. → Read More

Killen ISD parents, community members rally calling for district-wide mask mandate again

Parents on both sides, whether for or against masks showed up to express their concerns to the board. Masks remain optional on KISD campuses outside of Fort Hood. → Read More

Belton ISD parents worry as COVID-19 cases rise without school mask rule

On Monday parents went before the Belton ISD board calling for a mask mandate and some got emotional. → Read More

New cheeseboard, charcuterie shop to open in Hewitt

At Gathering Board Co. you'll find grab-and-go snack boxes, drinks; you can pick up things to make your own board at home, including meats, cheeses, and jams. → Read More

Know the signs of heat-related illnesses

When it comes to the heat, prevention is crucial and there some tips people should follow. → Read More

Deep in the Heart Film Festival back in person this weekend

They'll have over 150 projects including features, shorts, and some screen plays. They will also host panels and workshops for people in the industry and film buffs. → Read More

Safety tips to prevent snake bites

Wildlife x Team said they've being receiving a lot more calls of snake sightings. So people should pay close attention to their surroundings to avoid getting bit. → Read More

Tips for driving in the rain

Whether it's high water, or slick roads there are some things you should keep in mind to stay safe. → Read More

Keep Central Texas Working

It's a self service dog wash that's meant to make things easier for people and their pups. → Read More

KISD providing fresh produce to students from local farms

The Texas Farm Fresh initiative is done in partnership with the Texas Department of Agriculture. → Read More

How stress can affect your oral health

The coronavirus pandemic has led to numerous consequences, which may even include your oral health. → Read More

Cancer patient shares story to encourage men to get screened

A gene mutation associated with breast and ovarian cancer may also impact prostate cancer. → Read More

Granny's Shaved Ice is back with a permanent location

Skylar and Summer Stewart the owners of Granny's Shaved Iced are Keep Central Texas Working with a new permeant location. → Read More