The Helping End Abusive Living Situations Act would provide money to increase the amount of time victims could stay at the SAFE housing faci…
In Texas’ top position, Gov. Greg Abbott continues to score higher than any other statewide officials.
The most common impact would be changing a united family to a single-parent family.
“I had a foster mother who asked if I believed in Jesus Christ and if I knew that being gay was wrong,” Adrian Gaspar said.
This was Rep. Paul Ryan’s first time touring the U.S.-Mexico border.
Business leaders fear a border wall would lead the administration to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement.
A new poll shows that 83 percent of Texans support medical marijuana.
The decision would be a reversal of an Obama-era directive issued in May.
Experts say vouchers to private school will only cost some parents more in the long run.
One woman says her husband is already being held by ICE and if she is picked up, her six children won’t have either parent.
Texas is now at least the sixth state where federal courts have kept Planned Parenthood eligible for Medicaid reimbursements.
At UT, 18.5 percent of female undergraduate students and 5 percent of male students said they had been the victim of sexual assault.
They packed onto border patrol boats as they spanned the river, touring checkpoints and international bridges.
Protocol, which called for an offline piece of voting equipment to be quarantined and held for tallying, was not followed.
The funding comes from $150 million state lawmakers have already allocated to CPS on an emergency basis.
Trump had been looking for a replacement for retired Gen. Michael Flynn, who was ousted last week.
Central Texas groups opposed to President Trump’s agenda are demanding town halls for Republican representatives open to all constituents.
Protesters hit the streets in downtown Austin last week, as part of the “Day Without Immigrants” rally. It was a nationwide event, but the e…
Constituents say requests for face-to-face conversations with some Republican lawmakers are going unanswered.
Public schools and school districts in Texas will be given letter grades — A, B, C, D or F.