Dallas ISD has more than 30,000 emails referencing gender identity terms and left-wing sex education advocacy groups.
The resolution calls for Lt. Governor Dan Patrick and the Texas Senate to dismiss the articles of impeachment.
Because of their Christian values, ROOTS Market said they could not host an LGBT vendor.
The preview portrayed a horror movie antagonist as the perfect example of a “queer movie icon.”
Four unnamed Dallas-based entities tried to “scrape every tweet ever made,” Musk alleges.
City officials say the group’s goal was to embarrass Fort Worth officials and make a political statement.
The Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts board voted to require birth certificates for choir participation as LGBT activists pushed to allow gender-confused girls into the boys choir.
City Councilmember Chris Woolsey invites other taxing entities to hold the appraisal district accountable for poor performance.
Parents and community members still question why events celebrating sexual behavior are allowed in school facilities.
Superintendent Mike Rockwood will live in the house rent-free.
Proposed bathroom and pronoun policies drew complaints from local LGBTQ advocates and the ACLU of Texas.
Alisha Feuerbacher was a special education aide at Lovejoy High School from August 2021 until May 2022, prior to the alleged offense.
The event will take place at Lovelady High School and will feature a booth from Princeton High School’s Gay Straight Alliance club.
Trustees said it would be “disingenuous” to keep sending taxpayer dollars to an organization that pushes ideologies the community overwhelmingly rejected.
Despite adding an age restriction to their Pride Month drag shows, a video was posted on social media of a show where children appeared to be present.
The move comes after a string of controversial actions taken by TASB.
“I believe it’s inappropriate for such books being in any school.”
Parents say the district kept quiet about special education employee Diego Barona’s identity and alleged crime.
Carroll ISD will consider exiting the Texas Association of School Boards at a March 27 board meeting.
Grassroots activists’ “perfect operation” forced the bar to cancel the event entirely, not just change the “encouraged” age to 18+.
Controversial Chief Appraiser Jeff Law will keep his job but must undergo a “repair” process.
Texas Military Department shrouds itself in darkness, while Colleyville strolls in sunshine.
Cody Bush is the second Grand Prairie ISD teacher charged this school year.
“The public trust in TAD must be restored.”
“I have grave concerns about the [trustees’] conduct and the serious nature of this meeting.”