Parents packed the Dripping Springs ISD board meeting to voice opinions on a third grader being allowed to use the girls bathroom.
Dukes is currently under investigation by the Travis County District Attorney’s Public Integrity Unit.
“I wanted to become engaged and stand up for this little girl who has been, it seems to me, being used to score political points,” said fath…
Last session, state lawmakers increased the department’s budget by 13 percent in order to reduce child abuse and neglect.
DPS is asking for an additional $300M on top of the $800M it has already been given to pay for border operations.
Proposal to give school boards the power to replace the STAAR test with one of several national standardized tests.
Trump, guns, and sex toys – those are the topics our panel of political experts take on for this week’s State of Texas: In Depth.
A Travis County judge struck down a 2013 law that made it illegal for brewers to sell their distribution rights.
One San Antonio family says their teenager committed suicide after constant attacks online.
Currently, Texas is one of four states that does not have a texting while driving ban.
A gun rights activist has sent letters to more than 75 local governments across the state complaining of restrictions placed on license-hold…
Half a century after a gunman opened fire from the tower on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, memories still linger and publi…
The city says weapons are banned from City Hall because government court is held there.
Alternatives to the STAAR test include several computer-based exam throughout the year.
Three UT professors filed a lawsuit in an attempt to keep concealed guns out of their classrooms.
State leaders are asking state agencies to slash four percent from their budget proposals for 2018 and 2019.
Dr. Dan Brudnak of Gorman resigned after details emerged from his past.
The justices voted 5-3 Monday in favor of Texas clinics that protested the regulations as a thinly veiled attempt to make it harder for wome…
Opponents say roughly 60,000 children statewide are potentially in line to lose access to speech and occupational therapists if the cuts go …
The Texas Education Commissioner answered questions on his blog about why he made the decision