National Radio Reports
National radio reports on topics throughout the state of Texas.
Voice AgeYoung Adult (18-35)
AccentsNorth American (General)
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Currently, there are more than 10,000 job openings to teach in Texas. The state has faced a teacher shortage for years but it became worse during the two year pandemic since his release. He asked the organization has helped him find a job and get back to his everyday life. Low producing oil and gas wells are responsible for approximately half of the methane discharge from all well sites in the United States. According to a new report published in nature Communications, more than 1.8 million Texans signed up for health insurance this year as groceries and gas have become more expensive this year. Paul Gaither with the food bank says that number is holding steady in his last fiscal year. The central Texas Food bank distributed more than £64 million of food. The Texas Department of Transportation spent over $50 million on litter pickup in the last year, money that could be used elsewhere to enhance the state. When waste isn't properly disposed of Ozuna points out, it ends up in water systems and is ingested by wildlife and reduces both water and air quality.