Public schools and school districts in Texas will be given letter grades — A, B, C, D or F.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler sat down with KXAN to talk about Sanctuary Cities, the ‘bathroom bill’ and statewide ridesharing regulations being …
Mercedes Flowers participates in “A Day Without Immigrants” to stand with family members from Mexico who started the business.
The proposed legislation bans state, county and municipal employers from collecting union dues from employee paychecks.
San Antonio media outlets are reporting Sen. Uresti is under investigation for his connection to FourWinds.
The campaign, part of a national movement, encourages immigrants and those who support them to remove themselves from the economy Thursday.
Several Central Texas school district will decide whether to ask voters for more than half a billion dollars in bonds.
Puzder says “while I won’t be serving in the administration, I fully support the President and his highly qualified team.”
Almost a week after Houston hosted Super Bowl LI, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement that proposals that are “discriminatory o…
Another proposal bans the sale and research of fetal tissue.
In Texas more than 140 artists posted a letter online warning lawmakers not to pass Texas’ “Bathroom Bill.”
After the sheriff’s office learned about the aggravated sexual abuse element of the case, the ICE detainer was accepted.
“You’re going to have a harder time getting an answer from your insurance company.”
Teachers from across the state of Texas gathered at the Capitol to speak out against a bill they say unfairly targets educators.
Votes on President Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks have exposed deep partisan divisions in the Republican-controlled Senate.
In the weeks ahead, both doctors hope Congress won’t repeal Obamacare without a replacement, describing that as a “worst” case scenario.
Rallying for the state to make it easier for inmates to get a job, housing, or education after they are released.
Teachers from all over Texas will gather at the capitol Monday morning, rallying against what they’re calling the “anti-teacher” bill.
Castro said that criminals need to be deported, but that others should be left alone.
The bill cracking down on so-called sanctuary cities moved quickly through the Texas Senate. But, the pace could slow as it reaches the Hous…