Here is a county-by-county list of reported cases, deaths, and recoveries in the greater Houston area.
Traditionally, first in line for a scarce vaccine are health workers and the people most vulnerable to the targeted infection. But one doctor tossed new ideas into the mix: Consider geography and give priority to people where an outbreak is hitting hardest.
According to Dr. Varon, the death rate among their hospital’s COVID-19 patients was around zero percent earlier this summer, but has now increased to roughly five percent.
One Houston doctor discussed COVID-19 cases with FOX 26's Matthew Seedorff.
Jared Ream attributes his successful weight loss to focusing on a tangible goal.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has told lawmakers that once a coronavirus vaccine is approved as safe and effective, Americans should have widespread access within a reasonable time.
Professional sports leagues have incorporated inventive ways to help replace the lack of fans in the stands due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first new Houston-area medical school in 50 years has finally opened after five years of planning.
For many, historical skepticism of a system that tried to keep Black people from the polls and worries that a mailed ballot won't get counted outweigh the prospect of long lines and health dangers from a virus that's disproportionately affected communities of color. Ironically, suspicion of mail-in voting aligns with the views of President Donald Trump, whom many Black voters want out of office.
Actor Bryan Cranston says he contracted and recovered from COVID-19 and has donated his plasma because it contains antibodies.
McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski recently spoke about recent decisions the company has made amid the coronavirus pandemic. He specifically suggested that law enforcement may be called during situations when a customer won’t wear a mask.
Turner says that right now Houston’s Hispanic community is affected disproportionately, accounting for 40% of positive COVID-19 cases and 45% of deaths.
Frustrated congressional negotiators of a massive coronavirus relief bill are facing new pressure with Thursday's brutal economic news and the approaching lapse in a $600 per-week COVID-19 jobless benefit.
Robert Beecham and his wife, Janice, overcame COVID-19 thanks to the diligent and empathetic efforts of Dr. Satyam Nayak.
Deputy Brown first got sick with COVID-19 in May. Michelle believes he got sick at work, then brought the virus home to her and their four children.
As Texas school districts ponder the return of in-person classroom instruction, experts insist a pair of at-risk student populations should be at the first students back at school.
The family of the Harris County Constable deputy that died of COVID-19 has been denied workers compensation.
Thousands of coronavirus patients have donated their plasma in hopes it could help other patients recover from the coronavirus, and scientists are testing if the donations might also prevent infection in the first place.
While deaths are mounting rapidly in the U.S., the nation's second surge in coronavirus cases appears to be leveling off. But experts say the flicker of good news is driven by changes in a few large states and that cases are rising in many others.
The U.S. economy shrank at a dizzying 33% annual rate in the April-June quarter — by far the worst quarterly plunge ever — when the viral outbreak shut down businesses, throwing tens of millions out of work and sending unemployment surging to 14.7%, the government said Thursday.