An emergency shelter for migrant children in Carrizo Springs is reportedly shutting down, less than a month after it opened.
Former gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis announced her candidacy for the Democratic nomination in Congressional District 21, a longtime GOP seat.
Under a new state law, the commission is charged with weighing options for judicial selection reform and producing a report by Dec. 31, 2020.
Texas will ask a federal appeals court in New Orleans to end the Affordable Care Act in its entirety — without offering a replacement plan.
While a census citizenship question was temporarily blocked, a federal judge will consider whether the Trump administration’s motives were discriminatory.
Former Texas House Speaker Joe Straus announces the creation of a political action committee focusing on “a thoughtful, responsible approach to governing.”
EAST LOS ANGELES — By the time his plane touched down in California at the end of a whirlwind week, Julián Castro had set an early political benchmark in the crowded presidential race.
The troops will help at temporary holding facilities in the Rio Grande Valley and El Paso and aid Border Patrol units along ports of entry, officials said.
The Texas House and Senate passed a bill that would criminalize indirect online harassment and strengthen David’s Law, but Abbott vetoed the measure.
With almost nine months before the Texas primaries, half of registered voters would vote for Trump again and Democrats favor Joe Biden and Beto O’Rourke.