Buzzfeed is now asking people what new emojis should be created for their state.
Here’s what could happen at the Capitol on Thursday.
A bill to allow Concealed Handgun License holders to openly carry their handguns is up for a vote in the Texas House on Friday.
Houston police have shot and killed a man after a police chase that started with a suspected traffic violation.
The Texas Senate has approved a proposal allowing a majority of parents in a school district to petition for closing struggling public schoo…
Since the late 1990s there have been two systems to buy electricity in Texas: unregulated markets with a lot of providers and regulated mark…
A Texas House committee Wednesday signaled support of keeping the names of lethal injection drug makers under wraps just hours before the st…
The University of Texas has sent a pair of alerts to students and staff after two assaults on and near the sprawling Central Austin campus.
The Texas Senate has voted to make skipping school no longer a criminal offense for students, following lengthy, sometimes testy debate.
One of two men who walked away from the Austin Transitional Center in Southeast Austin last week was captured Tuesday in San Antonio.
It is the only one of four “bathroom bills” that had been scheduled for a committee hearing.
Three Central Texas residents are going to prison and must repay the IRS nearly $1 million for filing about 350 bogus returns and collecting…
The woman gave birth to the only female quintuplets in the United States.
The UT Austin campus has 16,000 parking spaces, but that’s not enough for all the employees and students.
The Senate bill would give tax credits for businesses that pay for students’ private school tuition in the form of scholarships.
State Sen. Charles Schwertner of Georgetown is behind the move.
Foundation Communities offers free tax preparation.
The president of UT’s Intrafraternity Council says members added “respect of all cultures, races, ethnicities, and religions” to their code …
A new map from the Southern Poverty Law Center lists two neo-Nazi groups as being active during 2014 in Austin.
Texas lawmakers will consider two bills Wednesday that some advocates worry could lead to discrimination.