fbpx
Connect with us

Texas News

In Texas and Oklahoma’s first SEC schedules, the newcomers will get what they asked for

Published

on

theathletic.com – – 2023-06-15 18:27:15

SUMMARY: Texas and Oklahoma left the Big 12 for the SEC due to financial advantages, better recruiting opportunities, and more television contracts. Additionally, both teams wanted to provide their fans with more big-time matchups against historical conference powerhouses. Now, their paths to championships have become more challenging. However, the move is expected to boost their recruiting, as seen in recent top-five class signings.

Read More

The post In Texas and Oklahoma’s first SEC schedules, the newcomers will get what they asked for appeared first on theathletic.com

Texas News

‘Intimate’ class: Nine ATCEMS cadets graduate

Published

on

www.kxan.com – Erica Pauda – 2024-06-15 15:46:48

SUMMARY: Austin-Travis County EMS faced a staffing shortage, but new medic cadets graduated on Friday to help alleviate the issue. Chief Robert Luckritz emphasized that the small class size fostered closer integration among graduates. Despite these efforts, the agency continues to tackle the staffing crisis. In 2022, ATCEMS had Austin's highest vacancy rate for authorized sworn positions. Luckritz expressed optimism about improving staffing levels, noting significant progress but acknowledging ongoing fluctuations. He also mentioned that while the current class is small, the upcoming class will be one of the largest in recent times.

Read the full article

The post ‘Intimate' class: Nine ATCEMS cadets graduate appeared first on www.kxan.com

Continue Reading

Texas News

Houston parents’ annual childcare expenses are less than the $25,181 national average, SmartAsset report shows

Published

on

abc13.com – CultureMap – 2024-06-15 15:38:39

SUMMARY: Raising a child in the Houston, Texas area — including The Woodlands and Sugar Land — costs over $21,000 annually, according to a new SmartAsset report. Despite this seemingly high cost, the Houston metro area ranks 13th among the 50 largest U.S. metropolitan areas for having some of the lowest child-rearing expenses. The report emphasizes the significant financial consideration for those planning to start a family. For further details, the article recommends visiting Houston CultureMap. Watch ABC13 Houston for more and updates.

Read the full article

The post Houston parents' annual childcare expenses are less than the $25,181 national average, SmartAsset report shows appeared first on abc13.com

Continue Reading

Texas News

‘We are heartbroken’: Fire destroys family bakery in Del Valle

Published

on

www.kxan.com – Taylor Girtman – 2024-06-15 14:01:50

SUMMARY: Nacho's Bakery in Del Valle, Texas, a cherished family-run establishment, suffered extensive damage due to a fire early Friday morning. Fortunately, no injuries were reported. The fire occurred at 3 a.m., and Bastrop County ESD No. 1 responded. To aid in rebuilding, a GoFundMe was launched and promoted via Facebook, yet it has raised under $1,000 of its $10,000 goal as of Saturday. The family expressed heartbreak, emphasizing that the bakery, filled with love and sweet memories, was central to the community. Each item was crafted with care to bring happiness to their patrons.

Read the full article

The post ‘We are heartbroken': Fire destroys family bakery in Del Valle appeared first on www.kxan.com

Continue Reading

News from the South

Trending