The state agency that is supposed to be monitoring dentists made its case to Texas lawmakers for money it believes is crucial to do its job.
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Records from the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General show roughly 20 internal mail theft investigations.
The Mexican Consulate confirms 14 undocumented immigrants were detained Thursday and another 30 were detained Friday.
The Texas Municipal Police Association let KXAN Investigator Kevin Schwaller try a virtual use of force simulator.
No matter what happens in the legislature, the question about the legality and constitutionality of “detainers” has yet to be decided.
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In some cities, it takes just seconds after a shooting for police to pinpoint the location of the gunfire.
The curriculum and resources could include: instructing families on what they should do if ICE comes to their door.
Travis County will not honor an immigration detainer request for a suspect in an Austin sexual assault case, according to online jail record…
Voicemails for Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. John Cornyn were full as of Monday afternoon.
The Austin City Council will be weighing whether to tie access to a faster permitting process to building and labor standards.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer said the Trump administration is going to “strip federal grant money from the sanctuary states and cities …
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The report suggests some of Austin’s biggest and most iconic events could take a hit if the Texas Privacy Act passes.
A system meant to keep the people you elect honest is getting one of its first tests with the indictment of Rep. Dawnna Dukes, D-Austin.
If you ever wanted to go on long road trips with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, now’s your chance.
The program would take place in six yet-to-be-determined school districts in the state, if passed.
A Texas bill could require private sellers at gun shows to conduct federal background checks before allowing a buyer to purchase a firearm.
Lawsuit filed challenging the state’s requirement that aborted fetuses be buried or cremated.