“We need to have the right strategies that engage our faith-based and not-for-profit community to assist us in the care of the children of T…
Local charters say more state dollars, specifically for facilities, would help level the playing field with traditional public schools.
Lt. Gov. Patrick is up for re-election in 2018 after a 2014 primary win over three-term Lt. Governor David Dewhurst.
More than 200 children died in the state’s care last year.
Currently, 22 people die in Texas every day because they didn’t receive an organ they needed.
Civilly, the bill will give more power to parents who have children that are victims of bullying.
Select Texas lawmakers called critics of state school funding structures to the capitol along with experts with possible solutions.
Doing so requires a series of bills that still must clear the state House.
A federal appeals court ruled last year the state law did discriminate against the poor and minorities.
A KXAN investigation in March of 2016 revealed school districts are not required to test the water coming out of faucets and drinking founta…
Around 260,000 Texans use TRS-Care for healthcare and it’s running out of money.
The organization hopes the rally will make an impact before it’s too late for something to be done.
If the bills pass it would place Texas on central standard time year round, starting this November.
A wide range of topics are before lawmakers in Austin this week. Here’s a look at what they have planned.
The Texas Medical Association says 90 percent of smokers begin at 19 or younger. That’s key in their support of a bill to raise the legal ag…
“I want it to be constructive, not destructive,” said Texas Republican U.S. Senator John Cornyn.
A federal judge on Friday denied a request from the U.S. Justice Department and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to delay the case.
The Helping End Abusive Living Situations Act would provide money to increase the amount of time victims could stay at the SAFE housing faci…
“I had a foster mother who asked if I believed in Jesus Christ and if I knew that being gay was wrong,” Adrian Gaspar said.
A new poll shows that 83 percent of Texans support medical marijuana.