Citizens Defending Freedom and attorney Mitch Little are joining the fight against unsuitable books in Denton ISD.
The Fort Worth-area seat has three candidates vying for the Republican nomination.
Davante Peters has until March 5 to obtain more than 103,000 signatures from registered voters to recall the now-Republican mayor.
Elections Administrator Clint Ludwig encouraged local voters to try to “cheat” the system during Thursday’s logic and accuracy testing.
GOP primary candidates Carrie de Moor and Jace Yarbrough say opponent Brent Hagenbuch doesn’t live in Senate District 30. Consultant Allen Blakemore says he does.
Luther also faced off with Smith in the 2022 Republican primary.
The school district says the teacher is currently on leave.
The rise in human trafficking can be linked to the ongoing border crisis.
Samuel Hall’s case is an example to parents that they don’t have to sacrifice their rights when school boards overstep their authority.
Frederick Frazier is expected to receive a dishonorable discharge from the Dallas Police Department.
Cruz says that Olcott “represents the first of many strong candidates who are ready to unseat incumbents who failed to vote yes for school choice.”
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins described a new law criminalizing illegal entry into Texas as “financially dumb.”
West says he will help bring conservatives into local positions.
Texans for Excellence in Education announces Carroll ISD and Princeton ISD as its first member districts.
Parents began challenging inappropriate titles in the school district’s libraries in 2021.
The “secret and rogue” Racial Equity Committee and the Executive Director of Strategic Recruitment are allegedly leading the charge in hiring less white employees.
The Cathedral of Hope invited multiple drag queens to celebrate and bless them.
A proposed censure of State Rep. Craig Goldman failed to pass.
The training used during the 2022-2023 school year instructed music teachers on how to create an “inclusive” classroom environment for gender-confused students.
One of their featured performers is the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, who were seen mocking Christianity during one of their performances.
The organization providing the curriculum has been known to promote gender mutilation.
School Board President Charles Randklev called for recapture reform, saying Texas’ school finance system is broken.
Arlington police say Anthony Hawkins is a former Sam Houston High School employee.
Garland ISD announced that if a student or faculty member shows symptoms of COVID-19, they must be tested and report the results to the school.
Dallas ISD has more than 30,000 emails referencing gender identity terms and left-wing sex education advocacy groups.