Amid pandemic, adoptions move online
The coronavirus pandemic changed just about everything in 2020.
Adoptions are no exception.
Two families finalized adoptions Monday by videoconference.
"Knowing that I have a hand in helping these children achieve permanency, it brings me great joy," said Associate Judge Carlos Villalon Jr. "But I'm just a hand."
After the pandemic started, the court starting holding most hearings by Zoom.
Watch the video for the full story.
McAllen hospice center increases COVID-19 precautions
Woman warns others of COVID-19 vaccine spam calls targeting UTRGV patients
New Texas district boundary lines underway, advocates concerned
Immigration attorney weighs in on Department of Justice's report on 2018 zero-tolerance...
‘Somebody dropped the ball’: Former Capitol police officer speaks out on riot