The Texas Relays kick off on the University of Texas campus Wednesday as 7800 competitors come to Austin for the country’s second largest tr…
New data set to be released Friday finds that only three percent of DWI court graduates re-offend.
CPS turnover has been notoriously high one investigator says pay raises and additional staff has made a big difference.
“Whenever this officer was touching me in certain areas, I was taught that nobody should touch you in that area,” the boy said.
Three storm chasers, including two Weather Channel contractors, were killed in a crash near Lubbock Tuesday afternoon.
Robert Francis Van Wisse pled guilty in the 1983 murder of Laurie Stout.
A Texas man who beat his pregnant girlfriend because he didn’t believe the unborn child was his has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
To make up for the larger budget even with less revenue coming in, state lawmakers are looking to the state highway fund.
That proposal hasn’t yet reached the House floor, but may not pass given the uproar and costly boycotts that followed North Carolina approvi…
State Rep. Mark Keough was injured while en route to his Capitol Office.
Texas never established health insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, but state policies are offered via federal exchanges.
A court hearing was scheduled for Tuesday after she was charged earlier this month with solicitation of capital murder.
The Judge Julie Kocurek Judicial and Courthouse Security Act requires security plans and training in each federal, state and local courtroom…
State Rep. Dale said under current law, publishing explicit photos or videos is illegal, but blackmailing or threatening a child is not.
The bill, if approved, would reduce the first-time and renewal fee to $40 each.
The state Comptroller’s Office along with Williamson County are holding an event to help people claim their unclaimed funds.
The Dallas-area saw softball-sized hail.
An ICE spokesman confirmed the operation in a statement but declined to immediately provide any details.
Texas lawmakers gave away the power to set tuition rates more then a decade ago… this year, some lawmakers want that power back.
Texas Education Agency officials say revamped efforts and nearly $20 million in improvements should help avoid glitches as standardized test…