The Texan Theatre, 209 E. Tyler St. in Athens, will begin its 2020 season with a concert by Wesley Pruitt Band at 7 p.m. Saturday. Little Universe will open the show.

Water quality, usage and availability are huge issues in the world today, including Texas. Population growth, increasing water demand, contamination and drought have placed the state’s water supply under tremendous stress. Water demand in Texas is projected to increase by 17% from 2020 to 20…

The Texas Department of State Health Services provided weekly surveillance of the reported flu cases within all regions of our state. During the first few weeks of January, the reported percentage of medical visits due to flu-like illness has eclipsed the rates observed two years ago, and we…

National Entertainment News

Justin Bieber has been reading 'His Needs, Her Needs: Building An Affair-Proof Marriage' in the hope of eliminating the chance of either him or his wife Hailey Bieber from having an affair later on down the line.

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta says that a vaccine for the Wuhan Coronavirus is being worked on at the National Institute of Health (NIH), and that this vaccine may be expedited through normal phases of testing to be available for treatment sooner.

Amber Heard is reportedly romancing Bianca Butti, and are already comfortable with "holding hands" in public as they aren't trying to hide their love.

Angelina Jolie is set to produce a TV show to teach children how to spot fake news stories, in the hopes that they will be able to "find the information and tools they need to make a difference".

'Captain Marvel 2' is said to be in the works, with Marvel in final negotiations with 'WandaVision' staff writer Megan McDonnell about writing the script.

'Lover' hitmaker Taylor Swift has defended the movie 'Cats' - in which she plays feline character Bombalurina - from the avalanche of criticism it has received and insists she is proud to be part of the musical movie because it gave her the chance to meet Andrew Lloyd Webber.

John Cena cries "a lot", especially during sad movies, as he admits 'The Notebook' never fails to make him shed a tear or two.