The law would allow gun owners to openly carry their weapons with or without a permit.
The Travis County DA’s Office says they are presenting the case against Dukes to a grand jury next Tuesday.
While the first day of the session won’t be hectic like the last few days, here are some things to keep an eye on.
In September, Dukes announced she would resign her seat on Jan. 10, 2017, but now it appears she will continue representing House District 4…
For the first time in approximately three decades, Texas’ Legislative Budget Board has no person of color serving on the board.
In September, Dukes announced she would step down in January 2017, citing health concerns.
Senate Bill 6 would ban transgender people from using the bathroom of the gender they identify with.
Part of the law states a person is committing a felony if they “encourages or induces a person to enter or remain in this country in violati…
In just a few days, lawmakers will begin changing the laws that govern your life.
A Fort Worth representative says it’s too easy for married couples to split up and wants to change state law to make it harder.
Around 450 people work the phones and computers taking in reports of abuse and neglect.
The vote from the Texas electors gave Trump the needed votes to formally win the presidency.
In a 7-to-2 vote Thursday, City Council approved spending city money on legal services for immigrants living in Austin.
Sanctuary cities, school funding, overhauling CPS and the fight over transgender bathrooms are all on Gov. Greg Abbott’s legislative list.
“The budget is a moral document that says what we value as a state.” Representative-elect Gina Hinojosa urges fellow lawmakers to focus on c…
Senate Bill 273 would require all 9th grade students to take a course on how to interact with law enforcement.
Right now, 28 states have legalized medical cannabis.
Gov. Greg Abbott wants to rein in the federal government and give more power back to the states.
As lawmakers prepare to battle over tax cuts and the budget, one long time House member is preparing for life beyond the legislature.
More than a year after they were originally ordered the state will pay lower rates for some therapy for disabled children.