Tyler, Texas lost hundreds of jobs when its local Carrier plant shut its doors in 2013 and relocated to Mexico.
Three Republican members of the Texas Supreme Court running for re-election are facing Democratic challengers who say they may have a chance in the solid-red state with Donald Trump at the top of the ballot.
Saying that a proposed Mexican-American studies textbook is “dripping with racism and intolerance,” several educators and students are calling for the State Board of Education to reject the controversial book.
SAN ANTONIO — As Texas continues to ramp up its efforts to combat human trafficking, truck drivers will be an integral part in detecting suspicious activity, Attorney General Ken Paxton said Thursday as he highlighted the partnership between the state and a pair of trucking associations.
Eight auto title service companies are suing Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, saying the department’s service fee limits could put them out of business.