Llano County is currently in a lawsuit against local residents who want to return explicit books to the children’s section of the local library.
The city’s proposed sales tax swap would eliminate the current property tax offset.
The local Republican party is moving forward with plans to use hand-counted paper ballots in the March 2024 primary.
The organization facilitating the dissemination of the pocket constitutions called out the district.
Overtaxed homeowners spoke against the city’s proposed tax increase during a public hearing ahead of next week’s final vote.
In this particular training, school staff were allegedly instructed to hide information regarding a child’s gender “expression” or “identity” from their parents.
Roy was joined by several parents, law enforcement, Dripping Springs city council members and officials, and Dripping Springs ISD officials.
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.
No reason was given for why Chris Davis resigned after eight years on the job.
Commissioner Minor’s latest display is an attempt to further an agenda “purely for his own political gain,” says one county resident.
Former Judson ISD band teacher Mark Mallow was charged last year with promoting child pornography via Snapchat but was out on bond.
Now-fired officer Steve Soliz is charged with online solicitation of a minor.
A local librarian included at least 25 explicit books in a recommended reading list for the entire state of Texas.
As of Tuesday, a “Pride” flag was still visible in Commissioner Minor’s courthouse window.
Mayday Health put up QR codes and posters encouraging women to seek abortion pills.
The festival featured several drag shows, a march, and a drag queen story hour—all targeting children directly.
New building use policies would require Bell County Commissioner Louie Minor to remove a “Pride” flag from his courthouse window.
Local citizens protest “pride” proclamations by small towns in Williamson County.
Despite officials rejecting a pro-LGBT proclamation, one county commissioner put a Pride flag in his courthouse window.
“Y’all indeed means ALL. Taylor is a vibrant, diverse, friendly, and growing community. All are welcome and embraced here,” said Mayor Brandt Rydell.
A new video shows a teacher instructing kids on the term “transgenderism.”
The Williamson County GOP resolution accuses Texas House members of voting to impeach the attorney general without all the facts.
The church’s “affirming afternoon” will teach families in Buda how to affirm a mental disorder.
Fourth-grade teacher Deanna Perkins hangs pride flags in her classroom and wears a “pronoun lanyard” to school.
Northside ISD teacher Stephanie Woods faces two to 20 years in prison.