With interest, the bond would cost Midland ISD property taxpayers $2.9 billion—more than double the dollar amount shown on the ballot.
U.S. Rep Gabe Vasquez said building a wall between two states is “insulting, unconstitutional, and disrespectful.”
In May 2021, Lubbock became the 26th city in the nation to pass an enforceable ordinance outlawing abortion within its city limits
O’Donnell ISD teacher Nicholas Bueno sent his female victim obscene messages that authorities say were “controlling, grooming, sexual and enticing in nature.”
Alumni Alex and Cheryl Fairly donated $20 million to begin building the institute.
The new ordinance makes the county a “sanctuary for the unborn.”
Andrew Freeman has been selected by the Amarillo City Council to serve as the city’s interim city manager.
Murr chairs the House General Investigating Committee that brought impeachment charges against acquitted Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Democrat Constable Georgia Estrada announces her campaign for re-election in 2024 as a Republican.
The resolution prohibits the city from enforcing mandates implemented by the federal or state government.
A WTAMU student reached out to Texas Scorecard with information regarding the program, which they believed to have a “strong bias toward LGBT concepts and racism.”
Murr was censured by the Bandera County GOP last week, while the Real County GOP approved a resolution of admonishment.
Murr chairs the House General Investigating Committee that brought impeachment charges against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
In a unanimous vote, the Amarillo City Council voted to cut ties with the city manager.
Justice Larry Doss found that the City of Amarillo broke state law in trying to push a taxpayer debt-funded rebuild of the Amarillo Civic Center Complex.
Two Amarillo attorneys are making preparations to challenge an incumbent judge in next year’s Republican primary.
Austin Community College has named him the sole finalist to become chancellor of the school.
Price, a member of the Texas House since 2010, received failing marks from different conservative organizations.
The order to terminate the use of taxpayer-funded gas cards came after two El Paso City Council members spent more than $11,000.
“Please stop indoctrinating the beautiful, already existing culture of El Paso.”
True Texas Project said the left’s harassment boosted attendance at their event teaching parents how to get dirty books out of kids’ libraries.
The West Texas university has a higher rating than the University of California, Berkeley.
For some Texans, these ordinances stand as a warning to the rest of the state to protect their children.
After getting caught with more than $5,000 in fuel spending, former City Rep. Claudia Rodriguez says the city must prove she did something wrong.
Despite a last-minute push to derail Cole Stanley’s candidacy by outgoing Mayor Ginger Nelson, Stanley has won the election to be Amarillo’s next leader.