School shootings and the #MeToo movement are among the issues that could loom large at one or both events.
The national debate on gun control reignited Friday, when a 17-year-old opened fire at Santa Fe High School, killing at least 10 people.
Benefits for Texas teachers have been a point of contention between educators and lawmakers for years – and often a hot topic in the Legislature.
Austin police say the man suspected of several bombings in Austin died early Wednesday morning as officers attempted to arrest him.
Two more Austin residents were injured Sunday evening in an apparent bombing, local police confirmed Monday.
A six-year-old Texan on Thursday became the first person in the state to receive a legal delivery of medical cannabis.
Texas voters appear to be in favor of all 7 constitutional amendments on the statewide ballot, according to early voting results released Tuesday evening.
The shooter who killed 26 people in Sutherland Springs on Sunday tried to get a license to carry a gun in Texas, but was denied one by the State.
House Speaker Joe Straus has said he will resign at the end of his term, prompting a scramble for control of the lower chamber.
Hurricane Harvey may be on its last days in Texas, but the state – particularly Houston – has a long road to recovery ahead.