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.
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.
Hurricane Harvey may be on its last days in Texas, but the state – particularly Houston – has a long road to recovery ahead.
The white nationalist rally planned on the campus of Texas A&M University has been canceled, officials confirmed Monday.
The Dallas Democrat is running for governor against one of the most popular and well-funded incumbents in recent memory.