“There’s been a conversation since Hurricane Ike in 2008 about a coastal barrier that the Houston area needs to block the nation’s largest r…
It’s an effort to focus more attention on public-safety concerns, like preventing minors from getting alcohol.
TxDOT has performed more than 700 bridge inspections as well, with more scheduled.
“We’re just encouraging folks in that flood area to be mindful that some of that wildlife is going to show up,” a Texas Parks and Wildlife s…
More than 650 new laws go into effect Friday.
Attorney General Paxton hopes the court grants his stay while he appeals the case to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit.
Two of those volunteers were North Texas state lawmakers who let KXAN follow them through the waters.
The judge granted the preliminary injunction Wednesday, just two days before the law was scheduled to go into effect.
The law, which takes effect on Sept. 1, requires independent investigations if a person dies in custody. It also requires jail systems to di…
From Edinburg to El Paso, Austin to Abilene, Texarkana to Tyler, even the city of Robert Lee which bears the name of the famous Confederate …
“It is an agonizing issue for many because it revisits our country’s troubled history with race relations and slavery.”
State Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, asked the chair to take down the 1959 plaque from the Children of the Confederacy.
A quarter of the money granted by TWDB on Thursday was designated for projects in rural Texas.
Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill Wednesday that creates limits on local tree ordinances.
Gov. Greg Abbott says while only a handful of his agenda items made it to his desk.
“This is a completely dysfunctional system that’s not working on issues that matter to people of Texas,” Castro explained.
Fearing business backlash and heeding advice from law enforcement, the bill never came through the procedural process for a vote in the Hous…
The uncertainty of a second special session looms as lawmakers end the session a day early.
Gov. Abbott’s Office put out a statement that said, “Our office believes this special session has produced a far better Texas than before.”
At dueling press conferences, supporters and opponents appealed to representatives in an attempt to sway lawmakers.