“No child should be forced to attend a school that isn’t right for them,” said Abbott.
High winds and low humidity has Travis County agencies coming together to prepare for the threat of wildfires.
“Fourteen billion dollars will go a long way toward building a wall that will keep Americans safe,” said Sen. Cruz.
The investigation by the police department’s financial crimes unit began in May when it was determined two vehicles were missing.
The partnership is designed to reduce candidate and recruiting bias.
If the proposed law is signed by the governor, police officers would be able to ask immigration status of a person before they make an arres…
The bill follows a high-profile Michigan case where two doctors have been arrested and charged with performing the procedure on two 7-year-o…
One lawmaker said current punishments weren’t steep enough in cases when a loved one’s remains to interment services, only to have abuse occ…
Bush has been at the hospital since April 14.
Much of Texas dealing with an elevated risk for fire danger.
Gov. Greg Abbott has already vowed to sign the bill into law if it reaches his desk.
San Francisco and Santa Clara County argued that it threatened billions of dollars in federal funding for each of them.
Mayor Adler said he was happy with the specifics he received from the attorney general at a press conference with other U.S. mayors.
Starting Tuesday, all of Grande serviceable areas in Austin, San Marcos, Dallas, Midland and Odessa will have 1gig internet service availabl…
In other jurisdictions, authorities routinely skip charges and order quick deportations. For the last decade, just about everyone arrested n…
Chief David Pughes says he’s considering hiring retired officers to temporarily bolster patrol numbers.
The 36-year-old McKinney man is accused of conspiracy, bank fraud, theft of public money, identity theft and money laundering-related charge…
Mobile farmer’s markets offer reduced rate local produce that can be bought with SNAP.
The Texas Department of Public Safety estimates the bill would send about 19,000 people to state prisons for misdemeanors per year.
It’s designed to protect lottery winners from unwanted attention, predatory acts, and media scrutiny.