Starting Sept. 1, DPS will charge for forensic analysis performed on four different types of tests.
The lawsuit filed Thursday comes one year after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down sweeping anti-abortion measures in Texas that prompted mo…
Officers learned from store employees a man had stolen one of the electric shopping carts.
Travis County will be registering voters at Amy’s Ice Creams locations all over Austin from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday.
Abbott now wants Senators to consider the 19 other items for this special session
The practice is not normally allowed, but special sessions are different.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick adjourned the Senate until 12:01 Thursday morning, in order to meet the requirement of three readings on three differen…
Millions of bats are at risk for deadly disease, potentially harming species in Texas, down the road.
Gov. Abbott talked with KXAN’s Political Reporter Phil Prazan about his reelection campaign and the special session.
The move came Wednesday, during the second day of the 30-day special legislative session.
The fire jumped from boat to boat, igniting fuel tanks, as smoke could be seen nearly 20 miles away.
ICE claims Travis County Jail let an inmate go even after they put a federal detainer request on him.
The celebration in front of the capitol was in protest of the anti-sanctuary cities law.
A spokesperson for the TxDMV says the affected vehicles may have been purchased in private sales as well as dealerships.
The Harris County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday DNA tests prosecutors received this week were inconclusive and there wasn’t e…
Two new books from the Harry Potter universe are set to be released as part of a British exhibition that celebrates the 20th anniversary of …
A third Texas man has pleaded guilty over what federal prosecutors call a more than $6 million diamond investment scam.
Lee Hernandez has received more than 150,000 text messages and enough calls to render the phone completely unusable.
TXDOT says the problem stemmed from work the toll authorities were doing to allow tags to work in other states.
The Wartena family is suing three officers in particular.