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Coronavirus: The pandemic through Texans' eyes

Dallas food pantry worker gets a boost during the pandemic: a promotion

Mother's Day brought tough decisions on whether to get together with family, and some took the risk while others spent the day apart. In this weekly series, Texans from across the state share stories about how they're navigating life during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Liz Salas and her boss Meredith Parrott.
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Food pantry employee gets a promotion during the pandemic

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Mother’s Day in quarantine: a home perm for mom

For Mother’s Day, Donna Boatright gave her mother, Jessica “Mopsy” Messersmith, 86, a perm.
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New immigration policy sparks new confusion at the border for lawyer

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Mother's Day road trip: quiet time with family and no coronavirus talk

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“We’re not 100% together”: East Texas town has a bumpy reopening

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Dreaming of the beach, but staying in the house for now

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Mother’s Day without mom: making comfort food for family, first responders

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