Uresti, a personal injury attorney, has been entwined in a complicated saga involving FourWinds Logistics, which sold sand used in hydraulic fracturing
SAN ANTONIO — As the 2018 election cycle nears, it appears Texas and its legal foes are headed for a trial — yet again — over what the state’s House and congressional boundaries will look like, and it will likely come this summer.
Texas lawmakers intentionally diluted the political clout of minority voters in drawing the State’s House districts, a panel of federal judges ruled Thursday.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton accuses U.S. agencies of failing to license a nuclear waste repository in Nevada.
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FBI and IRS agents raided the law offices of Texas Sen. Carlos Uresti on Thursday morning – confiscating documents and other items.
Corpus Christi Mayor Dan McQueen resigned two hours after telling a local anchorman why he had shunned the media: “I’ve got secrets in my head I can’t let out.”
Investigators said Wednesday that someone intentionally set the fire that destroyed a mosque two weeks ago in Victoria, the South Texas town that has since rallied around its Muslim community.
From heated pipeline protests to stubbornly low oil prices, these are the top energy and environmental stories the Tribune covered in 2016.
Can Texans take this self-esteem-boosting practice into the voting booth?