The court didn’t indicate when it will make a final decision.
The Texas Municipal League says a bill coming up for a vote in the House will cheat local government by hundreds of millions of dollars.
Opponents of the bill say it limits valuable information when doing background checks, but law enforcement will still have access.
Sheriffs and jailers from around Texas say they don’t have the resources to support the mental health needs of their inmates.
The state is seeking a waiver to restore millions of federal Medicaid dollars that were blocked under President Barack Obama in 2011 after t…
Over the weekend, Cornyn met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, to discuss the prospect of replacing fired …
Tuesday night the public can provide AISD board members feedback on a proposed November bond election.
KXAN first reported last November that very few arrests made by troopers along the border are for drug and human smuggling.
The sanctuary city ban goes into effect Sept. 1, 2017.
Toyota is relocating nearly 3,000 workers from California to the Lone Star State.
Supporters of a statewide ban on texting and driving say they have the votes to pass it through a last major hurdle.
A private service will be held in his native Texas.
Carson Huey-You was among the 2,000 students getting degrees Saturday. He started at TCU when he was 11.
“It definitely shows the influence of this small group of conservative lawmakers, at least in terms of procedurally disrupting things… But…
Authorities say she was one of about 15 Chinese women brought to work as prostitutes in Texas, New York and elsewhere.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said the children who died ranged in age from 6 to 13 years.
Baylor elected a new chairman and announced it’s making more than 100 changes in the wake of a sexual assault scandal.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy at Justice Department headquarters in Washington.
The legal battles over the stop-and-start fence covering just one-third of the border have outlasted two presidents.
Two Shenandoah police officers who were among the first to respond to the fire also were hurt, suffering smoke inhalation and other injuries…