According to Mental Health Texas, one in five adult Texans will experience a mental health concern at some point this year.
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President Donald Trump and GOP lawmakers hailed their tax changes in late December, calling it a “historic victory for the American people.”
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The trophy will make numerous stops throughout Texas during its tour.
There was also about $8.5 billion in annual economic activity, up from $7.5 billion in 2015.
During this year’s legislative session, the agency was told to cut $50 million from its balance sheet.
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The Texas Education Agency says right now, there’s an annual teacher turnover rate of 16 percent.
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Natalie Prybyla is among the 18 women in this graduating class. The agency says that’s the most within one group they’re aware of.
For a town that’s dealing with economic hardships, the Rockdale football team has been the source of inspiration for many.
State Sen. Bettencourt says organizations providing transportation to voters benefits the political agenda of the organization.
The Texas Republican party sued to keep Fahrenthold’s name off the ballot, only to discover they were the ones with the power to do so.