Agents found the illegal aliens in two stash houses in the El Paso area.
Texas’ Child Protective Services agency is a common thread in a controversial move by district judges to overturn the voters’ choice of a conservative judge.
McKinney scaled back prohibitions on religious services imposed due to COVID-19 that First Liberty Institute warned violated Texas law and the First Amendment.
Officials in the COVID-19 Emergency Management Operations Group may have been exposed and will no longer meet in person at Odessa’s new emergency operations center.
Lawsuit says restrictions imposed by McKinney in response to COVID-19 outbreak are more severe than directives issued by Collin County, which supersede city orders.
U.S. Rep. Mike Conaway (R–Midland) will be leaving the seat he has held since 2005.
Citizens have until August 12 to make their voices heard on a highway funding plan being considered by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Amid historic inaction on pro-life issues by the Texas Legislature, the Trotter House is an organization making a significant impact helping individuals and families in crisis.
Allen’s proposed 2019-20 budget is based on adopting a property tax rate that raises the average homeowner’s property tax bill, again.
Massive fee increase set for North Amarillo Community Center draws scrutiny.
Davis is to run in the 2020 Republican Primary to replace retiring Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador.
Plano’s preliminary 2019-20 budget is based on adopting the taxpayer-friendly “effective” property tax rate that keeps homeowners’ city tax bills flat.
By delaying a decision on the Plano Tomorrow Plan, officials are prolonging the city’s legal battle against residents who petitioned for a referendum on the development plan.
Hidalgo County taxpayers will be disappointed to learn that in 2019 much is the same, and in the Texas House it’s a race to the bottom.
A public hearing on the controversial Plano Tomorrow Plan is on Plano City Council’s July 22 agenda.
Instead of putting the funds towards operational costs, UT is spending $10 million of taxpayers’ money on student start-up companies.
“Medicaid won’t work out well for Texans.”
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