Ruth Simmons thought she was done leading colleges after she retired from Brown University. Five years later, she’s back to lead Prairie View A&M.
President Trump is nominating two Texans to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals: Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett and Dallas attorney James Ho.
Transgender candidates said their bids for office were about more than blocking specific legislation.
A new state law eliminates the category of “illegal knives,” effectively expanding knife owners’ freedom to carry blades almost anywhere in the state.
Days after approving an amended version of a House bill on tree regulations, the Senate voted to reverse itself late Monday night.
For the third time this year, hundreds of people streamed through the halls of the Capitol and waited in line to testify on the divisive issue that has garnered Texas national attention.
A fast-moving Senate gave early approval to critical “sunset legislation” on Wednesday afternoon.
After a disastrous November election, Denton County is planning a return to paper ballots, due in part to voters distrusting electronic voting machines.
The Houston City Council voted 10–6 Wednesday morning to join a growing lawsuit against Senate Bill 4.
After the EPA announced that the implementation of new, stricter standards for ozone levels in the air will be delayed a year, the city of San Antonio is forging ahead with plans to reduce emissions.