Police say there are major delays for southbound drivers.
A candlelight vigil planned at the State Capitol Thursday night aims to highlight immigrant contributions.
More than half of the people arrested by ICE in Austin were non-criminals.
Members invited Rep. John Carter to the town hall, but his office declined due to a scheduling conflict.
The Texas Medal of the Arts has awarded 99 medals since 2001.
The 2017 National State of Manufacturing address kicked off in Central Texas, just before a visit with President Trump.
A woman who police say tried to run down three officers with her car was shot and killed when she came at an officer with a knife.
Three ambulances took the six patients to the hospital, all with minor injuries.
This was Rep. Paul Ryan’s first time touring the U.S.-Mexico border.
Deputies aren’t releasing how many suspects they are searching for in last night’s shooting, but say they are known to the victims.
Business leaders fear a border wall would lead the administration to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The woman, who was found dead at the scene, fell around 111 ft., the equivalent of 10-11 stories, police say.
Last week, the group American Vanguard posted fliers aimed at Muslims and minorities across the campus.
According to the separation agreement, Torrez received $155,097.47, which was the remaining amount of salary and leave on his contract that …
A new poll shows that 83 percent of Texans support medical marijuana.
Charles Werchan is accused of kidnapping his ex-girlfriend from her workplace in Bastrop last week.
Experts say vouchers to private school will only cost some parents more in the long run.
Two years ago, Atase Giffa shot and killed his wife and two neighbors before killing himself.
A national study looked at the top 104 largest metropolitan areas.
Hundreds of Texans may have voted improperly by using affidavits to cast ballots.