The Austin Public Library is a partner for the event.
The league updated its handbook and will now allow boys who identify as girls to compete with female swimmers.
A tentative agreement has been announced to end the city’s 8-year labor dispute with the Houston Professional Firefighters Association.
Submission of voter affidavits requires the local district attorney’s office to investigate the complaint.
In a recently leaked audio recording, Huffman ISD Superintendent Benny Soileau instructed faculty members to vote for the “sweet 16.”
According to an email sent to district staff, the district would allow teachers to wear jeans if they had an “I Voted” sticker.
Predator tracker Alex Rosen caught former Judson ISD middle school teacher Mark Mallow in a sting operation and testified at his trial.
The Board of Trustees voted to approve an audit after $133 million in cost overruns from their $1.2 billion May 2023 bond package.
Denton ISD trustees voted 6-1 to keep two controversial titles available to K-5th grade students.
Superintendent Renee Smith-Faulkner forwarded a voter guide from the Castleberry ISD Retired Teachers Association and told district administrators to follow its recommendations.
Police Chief Troy Finner has announced that the true number of all wrongly closed cases is 264,000.
The board unanimously approved the curriculum despite some pushback.
Concerns of potential free speech violations are starting to grow around a proposed ordinance in a Central Texas city.
A trailer carrying six tons of methamphetamine was stopped at the Eagle Pass Port of Entry.
Paetow High School football coach Lonnie Teagle was accused of “spanking” teenage girls at school.
The district’s homepage thanked local State Rep. Reggie Smith for continually opposing school choice during the recent special sessions.
Dr. Andrew Fox was terminated from his position after posting to his personal blog that men should not be competing in women’s sports.
The superintendent used the district’s email system to message staff, raising questions as to whether Texas Election Code needs to be strengthened in regards to electioneering.
There were 4,107 adult sexual assault cases wrongly closed without investigation.
In a 3-2 vote, the commissioners voted against funding a partnership with Trinity Metro.
The email promises coverage for employees who vote in the GOP primary, an apparent violation of electioneering laws.
The plan starts by aligning district spending with the district budget.
The statue has been placed on the University of Houston’s campus ahead of its scheduled date.
St. Philip’s College in San Antonio has reinstated Dr. Johnson Varkey after terminating him for teaching his students that sex is determined by X and Y chromosomes.
The central Texas school district notified parents five days after finding out about a possible inappropriate relationship between a teacher and a student.