District dad Mohammad Alkurdi told trustees “a robust partnership between Plano ISD administration and Plano parents is crucial.”
County Judge Chris Hill cast the lone vote against the proposed tax hike, one of the largest in county history.
A new state law taking effect September 1 requires school districts to ensure library materials are age-appropriate.
Following a 90-day probation, the board voted 3-2 to keep Jeff Law.
The American Civil Liberties Union is filing federal civil rights complaints against schools that ensure students compete in events and use the bathrooms according to their biological sex.
Dallas is the latest, and largest, local Republican Party denouncing the Texas House vote to impeach the attorney general.
The book is labeled as “adult only,” but it is still on library shelves in Fort Worth middle schools.
Samuel Hall’s attorney Janelle Davis says they hope to give courage to other parents to stand up to abuses of power by school districts.
A Coppell ISD family has filed several grievances and lawsuits against CISD for allegedly discriminating against their 10th-grade son and retaliating against them for their report of the discrimination.
State Rep. Frederick Frazier was granted a second 30-day court delay in a year-old case accusing him of campaign sign shenanigans.
Texas GOP chairman fires up grassroots activists in the home county of Republican State Rep. Justin Holland, who called party volunteers “irrelevant.”
The city will contract with an organization to procure rental housing for the homeless.
The clinic has been housed in the back of a Walgreens since 2022.
The new school policies protect students’ safety and privacy, as well as the free speech rights of everyone in the district.
City officials say the group’s goal was to embarrass Fort Worth officials and make a political statement.
Trustee Drew Wilborn was booked into Dallas County jail on Wednesday.
Prosper parents are unlikely to receive transparency or accountability from the district until the sex abuse lawsuit is resolved.
Prosper ISD parents deserve answers and accountability.
“This is just a tiny win in a fight that will only rage harder.”
“Patriot Mobile remains resolute in supporting our first responders.”
“It’s … sick hearing these lawmakers praise the ‘all-ages’ drag show where performers toast the people who ‘lick us where we pee.’”
“Every citizen should be in contact with their state representative and senator.”
Lifts the emergency orders imposed by predecessor.
“The future of Texas is threatened by Democrat-run committees.”
After losing re-election, Koch was appointed by Gov. Abbott to fill a judicial vacancy.