Despite the sticker shock some Texans expect on their electric bills each month, electricity costs over a recent 10-year period are down.
The Governor is turning to social media to advance his agenda; rallying support of the public and persuading members to tow the party line.
By 5 p.m. Monday, lawmakers had already filed 83 bills.
Mexican-American legal teams accused state lawmakers of discrimination against minority Texans as they drew legislative maps to favor Republ…
From June 30 through July 4, game wardens issued 1,854 citations, and issued 1,610 warnings, the report revealed.
He looks as his ideas as a compromise plan after Senate leaders struggled to pass an earlier version of their plan.
Cruz’s town halls bring conversation about health care for veterans to McKinney on Wednesday, Austin on Thursday and Houston on Saturday.
Many veterans post signs in their yards as a warning to neighbors about their sensitivities.
Dukes was indicted on corruption, abuse of official capacity and tampering with governmental records charges.
Currently, there are two federal courts holding hearings regarding SB4.
At the beginning of the year, Gov. Greg Abbott’s office cut $1.5 million in grants to Travis County due to Sheriff Sally Hernandez’s stance …
On Wednesday, Austin PRIDE held its annual Stonewall Rally but this year, they wanted to speak out against the ‘bathroom bill’ as well.
Gov. Greg Abbott believes people should have the right to remove trees from their own property without a city overruling it.
Democratic Rep. Dawnna Dukes is making waves once again.
The delay in the vote until after the Fourth of July holiday has opened the door for rallies and other events aimed at calling on lawmakers …
Austin City Council Members Delia Garza and Greg Casar, along with Mayor Steve Adler, have been prominent opponents of Senate Bill 4.
His amendment created one of the more divisive moments of the session. So it surprised some when Texas Monthly named him one of the top lawm…
The hearing is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. at the federal courthouse in San Antonio in U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia’s court.
Becerra cited Texas HB 3859, claiming it “allows foster care agencies to discriminate against children in foster care…”
Attorney General Becerra added Texas, Alabama, South Dakota and Kentucky to the list of places where state employee travel is restricted.