The race for Land Commissioner pivots around the most famous site in Texas — the Alamo.
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Deputies don’t have rifle-resistance vests because the sheriff will not commit to hold all arrested undocumented immigrants for deportation.
State Rep. Dawnna Dukes said she couldn’t come because a heavy object fell on her and she’s getting X-rays at the moment.
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The law that took effect Sept. 1 puts the power to regulate self-driving cars in the hands of the state, and not local cities or counties.
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Out of 541 recommendations and resolutions to tackle gentrification, only 56 would make a direct impact and are actually implemented.
While the new space would be the home of the UT men’s and women’s basketball programs, it would also be used as a concert and event venue.
Council Member Ellen Troxclair, whose District 8 covers much of southwest Austin, was the lone no vote.
During the first SOTU address, he reinforced his call for a bipartisan deal for more than $1 trillion to rebuild America’s infrastructure.
Lawmakers collected $1.7 billion to improve the environment through the state’s emission reduction plan but have not spent it. The reason? T…
The local nonprofit Any Baby Can said the state owed them up to $200,000.
Texas could lose more than 120,000 legal workers if lawmakers don’t continue an immigration status known as DACA.
Cedar Park police are still trying to figure out what caused the crash.
Four hundred and fifty Texas law enforcement agencies will get $23 million, enough for 33,000 vests.
According to the report, three million adults in Texas don’t have a high school diploma or GED and it’s still too hard for people to get one…
Round Rock police said they are investigating an officer-involved shooting that happened at Red Rock Drive and Apache Trail.
Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro says the move effectively guts a rule the Obama administration put in place …
After a failed contract negotiation, Austin police officers now are getting paid based on Texas civil service law.
A new Texas law impacts health insurance plans this week, requiring them to cover 3-D mammograms for women during cancer screenings.