The hidden identity of a Texas execution drug supplier will remain a secret.
Southwest is removing flights with the troubled Boeing 737 Max aircraft from its schedule through Aug. 5, a period that includes the peak of the airline’s busy summer travel season.
In the past, Becky Amason rarely worried about making a trip to the doctor’s office — she was covered by her husband’s health insurance plan. But that isn’t the case anymore.
Facing an investigation over the state’s botched efforts to screen its voter rolls for noncitizens, the Texas Attorney General’s Office is declining congressional leaders’ request for information about the review.
The Texas State student senate voted to bar a conservative group. Then Gov. Abbott questioned if the school deserves state funding.
On Monday, Texas State University’s student senate passed a controversial resolution to bar the conservative group Turning Point USA from campus — a move shut down by the student body president and campus administration. But the resolution caught the attention of Gov. Greg Abbott.
Texas Senate approves two bills to override paid sick leave, local control over employment practices
After facing unexpected friction in Texas’ Republican-dominated Legislature, a pair of bills to override local rules mandating paid sick leave and standardize employment practices across the state passed the Senate on Thursday over the objections of LGBTQ advocates who have warned the bills could threaten local non-discrimination protections.
As Texas lawmakers negotiate on property tax reform, Gov. Greg Abbott says school taxes must be capped
As debate stalled on Thursday in both the Texas House and Senate over priority property tax legislation, and as questions lingered over how school districts should fit into the equation, Gov. Greg Abbott laid his own marker in the sand, stating through a spokesman that “there must be a cap on school districts’ ability to raise taxes.”
A Laredo woman went to jail after her common-law husband did not tell her whether she was pretty or not.
An Eagle Pass man is in trouble with the feds for allegedly embezzling money from the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas for nearly five years.
A Republican lawmaker in Texas who’s blocking a bill that would allow the death penalty for women seeking abortions says local authorities are monitoring his home.