The bill is listed as one of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s priorities for this legislative session, and the UTA community’s support is split down party lines.
Now that the mask mandate is lifted and restaurants and music venues returned to 100% capacity, musicians in Arlington are able to perform live again.
The decision came after the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a nationwide pause in order to investigate rare cases of blood clots.
Monique Sellers, National Weather Service meteorologist, recommends carrying an umbrella due to intermittent rain.
Rep. Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington, filed the bill in disagreement with Facebook’s and Twitter’s decisions to ban former President Donald Trump.
Health experts have cited reduced access to traditional health care centers, public reluctance to see doctors and existing inequalities as key obstacles for vaccine distribution.
Over 38,000 people attended the event, marking the first time an MLB team opened its ballpark at 100% capacity since the pandemic began.
Jason Godwin, National Weather Service meteorologist, says to expect warmer weather this week with temperatures coming down from west Texas.
Tarrant County Public Health said every adult who would like to receive a vaccination should register now through the Tarrant County website.
The president urged people to do their part by continuing to wear masks, wash their hands, remain socially distanced and get vaccinated.
This variant is associated with a 64% higher risk of death, and citizens are encouraged to continue wearing masks and social distancing.
The recommendations include the provision of affordable housing to disadvantaged residents, improving health care availability, and diversifying school curriculums and the police force.
FEMA, state assistance and city of Arlington assistance options are available for those affected by the storm earlier this month.
For those residents who still don’t have running water, the drive thru filling station will be open Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Community members provided supplies and in some cases sheltered people in their own homes in an effort to help those in need.
The combination of people rushing to stock up on food, water and supplies to weather the storm and delayed shipments resulted in some stores lacking essentials.
Diverting out-of-area plumbers to Texas as well as delivering water for major metropolitan areas are important steps to restoring the state back to normal.
Restaurants will need to take a few steps after the alert is lifted such as flushing water lines, discarding old ice production, replacing water filtration systems and cleaning sink fixtures and dispensers before reopening.
The city took these actions to maximize energy savings at the facilities while Oncor and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas continue with controlled rolling power outages to conserve energy.
Burst frozen pipelines and power outages combined to necessitate a boil notice in Arlington. Warming centers are popping up in the city amid the outages.
Drivers can help make the roadways safer by ensuring they have good tires, leaving plenty of room between themselves and other vehicles and driving slower.
With Arligton expected to face subfreezing temperatures until Friday, warming centers have been established for residents to escape the cold and charge their phones.