Interim Nueces County District Attorney Jimmy Granberry says he “chose to be a Republican” when Gov. Abbott tapped him for the seat.
Frazier has been under public scrutiny after pleading guilty to criminal mischief and no contest to two counts of attempted impersonation of a public servant.
The resolution calls for an end to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion policies in all taxpayer-funded institutions.
The trafficked girl’s mom says she’s now fighting for all the other victims.
Now-former Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner spent thousands in taxpayer dollars and corporate donations to pay for a book and documentary of his life and tenure as mayor.
A citizen journalist captured footage showing thousands of illegal aliens from over 20 different countries crossing the border at Eagle Pass.
The Dawson County Commissioners Court voted unanimously to adopt the ‘Sanctuary for the Unborn’ ordinance.
Matthew Stegeman worked at Epps Island Elementary School.
The Stafford City Council is considering a measure to create a property tax, which would have to be approved by residents.
The “anti-police king” asked for additional patrols in his neighborhood.
Greenville ISD confirmed that Corey Bankston is no longer employed with the district.
Video will now be released from a previously undisclosed incident with law enforcement.
School district officials have outsourced student safety to third parties who are not accountable to the public except through costly lawsuits.
The School Superintendents Association is known to promote COVID-19 vaccines for young children and the leftist “diversity, equity, and inclusion” ideology.
The paving company is closely connected to Colony Ridge board members, developers, and their families.
Administrators from multiple San Antonio school districts were exposed saying the law doesn’t affect them or their school plans.
The resolution states that House Speaker Dade Phelan has abused the power of his office by opposing multiple core principles of the RPT.
Alumni Alex and Cheryl Fairly donated $20 million to begin building the institute.
Board members threatened to ban a parent, who attempted to read five words from a book previously found in district libraries during a board meeting, from district property.
An email sent last week states that the school will now require students, faculty, and staff to receive the COVID shot.
Mose Brown is an assistant principal at Eaton High School.
The group has criticized Texas for pro-life and pro-women legislation.
State law allows school district officials to remove material that is harmful to minors or has no educational value.
The legislature is set to address the controversial development in an upcoming special session.
Residents showed up in force to assert their support for remaining property tax-free.