Public safety advocates criticize the city for being unable to hire and retain law enforcement.
The saga continues in Round Rock ISD as one trustee moved to call for the resignation of another trustee, who has been implicated in a federal lawsuit.
The Texas congressman says the Biden administration’s funding of “inhumane policies” threatens national security and causes migrant deaths.
A new state law taking effect September 1 requires school districts to ensure library materials are age-appropriate.
Following backlash against A&M’s attempt to hire a DEI proponent, the new interim president says DEI has been ‘weaponized’ and regents won’t determine hiring decisions.
Texas’ Office of the Attorney General joined a coalition of states in investigating S&P Global’s use of ESG factors in its credit rating analysis.
The bus monitor was fired and the student, who never fought back, was still suspended by the school district.
Olcott, incumbent Rogers, and local activist Brandon Hall will face off in the three-way Republican primary.
Advocates are criticizing state officials for calling the package the “largest property tax cut in Texas history” when it’s actually the second-largest.
“Trans-rights” activists harassed women as they left an event where Gov. Greg Abbott ceremonially approved legislation to protect women’s sports from men pretending to be women.