“In the effort to save lives, Governor Abbott should not destroy livelihoods,” Miller said in a letter to the governor.
Abhi Rahman with the Texas Democratic Party and Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak join Rebecca Thomas on FOX 7 Austin to talk about the June jobs report.
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Walmart is converting dozens of its store parking lots in the US into drive-in movie theaters.
Things got tough for the small business, and in March, they let go about two-thirds of their staff from both locations.
Royal Caribbean said that they hope to resume operations on September 16.
The announcement from the fast-food chain comes as multiple areas across the country are reinforcing lockdown restrictions in efforts to clamp down on surging COVID-19 cases.
In addition to the VWHC, Walmart introduced the Military Spouse Career Connection on Veterans Day in 2018 to provide employment opportunities for military families.
Buying a car with a personal loan is less popular but has benefits.
Volvo Cars says it is recalling nearly 2.1 million vehicles worldwide as a preventive measure after the company discovered that a steel wire connected to the front seat belts can be weakened.
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The kit will only be available to front-line employees for now, but Kroger said it plans to expand availability to other companies and organizations soon.
Positions include sanitation specialist, a job created by the coronavirus pandemic.
Delivery services and grocery store chains are among those in need of help.
Protesters say all they want is Abbott to overturn his order and reopen bars statewide.
Major airlines have reduced or eliminated their in-flight alcohol services due to COVID-19 safety concerns.
The county says the deadline to apply for the program is 11:59 p.m. tonight (6/30).
Several airlines announced their new measures as part of an effort to maintain passenger safety.
AT&T has announced it will waive internet overage fees through Sept. 30 as COVID-19 cases in the U.S. see a significant uptick, with several states rolling back their reopening plans.
Walmart says the items were sold by third-party sellers and will be removed 'indefinitely.'