Tarrant County Judge Tim O’Hare and Keller Mayor Armin Mizani say it’s time to replace Chief Appraiser Jeff Law.
DeSantis is backed by several big Texas Republican donors; however, his approval rating from Texans is still lower than Trump’s.
With the child gender mutilation ban being signed into law, the GENECIS clinic faces an uncertain future.
Mayor Mattie Parker’s summer reading challenge promoted books with LGBT protagonists.
Retiring Superintendent Marcelo Cavazos will “remain at the helm” until August 31.
New charge accuses Diego Barona of “improper relationship” with a student.
“This is what they’re giving 12-year-olds to read in school.”
Leaked emails reveal woke, anti-white agenda pushed on teachers to, in turn, share with students.
Qasim Frazier turned himself in to Dallas authorities.
Trustees’ premature announcement viewed as a public show of confidence in the face of pending litigation.
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+.
The middle-school teacher was investigated earlier this year following allegations of misconduct involving a student, but he was allowed to return to the classroom.
“They’ve taken an oath when they run on the Republican platform to support Republican legislative priorities; this is one.”
“Is your reputation more important than our children?”
“This sexualized and grotesque event encouraged kids of all ages to show up and participate.”
Parents say their kindergarten and first-grade daughters endured months of abuse.
Over the past year, parents have fought against divisive ideologies in the district.
The tax hike exceeds the voter-approval limit, but the city doesn’t have to put it to a public vote.
“Regardless of headlines or social media stories, none of the books under re-evaluation were banned.”
The business could risk triggering existing state law concerning sexually oriented businesses.
Superintendent admits the district “missed the mark,” as kids were left standing at bus stops for at least an hour or not picked up at all.