The number of new COVID-19 cases is increasing in Angelina County and across the state, signaling the pandemic is far from over as the new delta variant spreads across the country.
In keeping with its long-standing policy on public health and safety coverage,
The Lufkin Daily News is providing all content about the coronavirus crisis free to online readers.
Things at the Angelina County & Cities Health District are returning somewhat to normal, administrator Sharon Shaw told the District’s board of health on Wednesday.
Texas has participated in the Federal Vaccines for Children Program since its inception in 1994. This legislation guarantees vaccines are available at no cost to providers, in order to immunize children who meet eligibility requirements.
Jobless Texans who refuse work offers because they feel like the job isn’t safe during the pandemic won’t be able to receive unemployment benefits as of June 26, the Texas Workforce Commission announced this week.
NACOGDOCHES — Data on mental health collected over the next few years will eventually reveal the full picture of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact.
The recent announcement that the Pfizer mRNA COVID vaccine has been approved for use in children 12 and up was welcomed news for pediatricians and many parents. This news has caused many parents to come to us for advice on whether their children should get the COVID-19 vaccine.
As you thumbed through our recent high school graduation section in our latest Weekend Edition, you noticed the hundreds of smiling faces that belong to students from Lufkin, Alto, Apple Springs, Central, Centerville, Diboll, Hudson, Huntington, Huntington Pride, Pineywoods Community Academy…
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that public schools can no longer require masks on their campuses starting June 5. The decision was part of a new executive order that bans government entities in Texas — like cities and counties — from mandating masks in the fight against the coronavirus p…
NACOGDOCHES — U.S. regulators on Monday expanded the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12, offering a way to protect the nation’s adolescents before they head back to school in the fall and paving the way for them to return to more normal activities.
COVID-19 - Latest from AP
- Texas runoff to decide who fills GOP US Rep. Wright's seat
- Whitmer OKs $385M bill with aid for hospitals, nursing homes
- Soldano raises most money of Republican governor candidates
- Family reunion awaits Philippines' 1st Olympic champion
- The Latest: Chinese city lists more cases in local outbreak
- McNeil lifts Mets over Braves 1-0 for doubleheader split
- Tokyo Olympics: A success? A failure? And how to judge?
- COVID-19 surging as North Carolina set to ease restrictions
- Alternate Olympic surfer: Rival 'selfish' for COVID report
- With virus surge, US to keep travel restrictions for now
- 9 Western WA counties now recommend mask use indoors
- Without the crowd's roar, Tokyo Olympians search for spirit
- Authorities working major wreck with multiple vehicles, serious injuries between Lufkin and Diboll
- Major crash on Highway 59 involved four vehicles; accident at FM 2108 at Airport Road involved three vehicles
- One dead, multiple others injured following 2 crashes Sunday on U.S. Highway 59
- Lufkin police identify Sunday's shooting victim
- Defendant testified he didn’t need to rob Whataburger, he made plenty selling drugs
- Angelina County sees 66 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday
- Judge officially removes Cheshire from office as Pct. 4 commissioner
- Judge officially removes Cheshire from office as Pct. 4 commissioner; Lymbery will get to appoint replacement
- Courts resume for Whataburger robbery trial
- Woman dies in early morning shooting on Deer Trace Circle