Professionals point fingers at anti-vaxxers, but the movement remains strong.
Plus: A legendary 'Texas Monthly' writer passes away, SCOTUS rules in favor of a Texan on death row, and Galveston claims the margarita as its own.
Plus: Harris County's sheriff cuts some ties with ICE, San Antonians start to pick up the pieces after a rash of tornadoes, and Texas wants to poison wild pigs.
Plus: Tornadoes strike San Antonio, a controversy broils over a transgender high school wrestling champ, and a border patrol shooting heads to the Supreme Court.
Plus: More details from last week’s ICE raids come to light, Harris County implements a groundbreaking marijuana policy, and the feds raid the offices of a state Senator.
Plus: A controversial ICE arrest puts El Paso in the national spotlight, an abortion bill bonanza at the Texas Capitol, and a wall-art war wages between three Texas cities.
Plus: The impact of last week’s ICE raids continues in Texas, a San Antonio canine is a top dog at the Westminster competition, and controversial fliers appear at Texas’s flagship university.
A new Pew report helps put the war on sanctuary cities in perspective.
Plus: Texas stars shine big and bright in the Grammys, Joaquin Castro gives a timeline to decide on a possible Senate run, and a West Texas pizza place unveils a Trump-themed pie.
Plus: ICE raids prompt protests in Austin, Ken Starr might have a new gig, and a runaway pig in Corpus Christi finds a new home.
Plus: Investigators reveal the cause of the Victoria mosque fire, a Dallas-based company moves forward with the Dakota Access Pipeline, and a brief history of Topo Chico.
Plus: Austin is named the best place in the nation to live, the bill against sanctuary cities makes its way through the state senate, and Ted Cruz faces off against Bernie Sanders in a debate over healthcare.
Plus: The state Senate is set to vote on a bill targeting immigrant sanctuaries, another big development in the Zuzu Verk case, and Tom Brady’s jersey goes missing at the Super Bowl.
This isn’t the first time the Pats got their Super Bowl stuff jacked.
Plus: A judge appointed by George W. Bush halts Trump’s immigration ban, the casualties of Greg Abbott’s war on sanctuary cities, and a puzzling West Texas missing person case might have broken wide open.
Both are facing uncertain futures.
Plus: Art Briles is accused of covering up player misconduct at Baylor, a Houston high school has deals with the fallout from Nazi salutes, and Bee Cave Bob says we can expect an early spring.
Plus: Beyoncé is pregnant with twins, Greg Abbott strikes in the battle over Travis County’s sanctuary policies, and George H.W. Bush will handle the coin toss at the Super Bowl.
Democrats are mostly against it, Republicans are mostly for it, and Governor Abbott has remained silent.
Plus: Trump passes over a pair of Texans for SCOTUS, thousands show up at the Capitol to support Muslims, and Texas has its first openly transgender mayor.
Plus: Ted Cruz supports Donald Trump’s refugee ban, the Fort Worth rodeo turns deadly for two horses, and donations continue to pour in for a Victoria mosque that burned to the ground.
Plus: A mosque burns down in Victoria, a federal judge extends an injunction blocking the state’s fetal burial rule, and the little town of Buda must move a very big tree.
Plus: State lawmakers hold an anti-Islam summit at the Capitol, charges are dropped against a woman involved in a controversial Fort Worth arrest, and a San Antonio cop gets fired again for another poop-related incident.
Plus: Greg Abbott threatens to oust sheriffs who defy him with sanctuary policies, the AARP rips the quality of nursing homes in Texas, and a teacher’s aide in Mesquite fakes having cancer.
Pasadena is now a compelling case study for the argument against defanging the Voting Rights Act.
Plus: A new report quantifies human trafficking in Texas, bed bugs bite a Texas county courthouse, and a Texas judge doubles down after calling Women’s Marchers fat.
Plus: Greg Abbott talks tough on the Travis County sheriff’s sanctuary policy, Marco Rubio falls in line for Rex Tillerson, and good news for George and Barbara Bush.
After 37 days in office, Dan McQueen resigned as mayor of Corpus Christi. Here's what happened.
Plus: The Department of Justice asks for a delay in Texas’s voter ID case, Rex Tillerson likely passes his toughest confirmation test, and the Bushes remain hospitalized but are doing better.
Plus: Planned Parenthood gets to temporarily stay in Texas Medicaid, Rick Perry’s confirmation goes smoothly, and a state lawmaker sends a troubling letter to Texas’s Muslims.
Plus: Rick Perry’s confirmation hearing day arrives, two Texas baseball legends get in the Hall of Fame, and Corpus Christi’s mayor suddenly calls it quits.
Plus: Asylum seekers are being turned back at the border, Planned Parenthood makes its case to stay in Texas Medicaid, and George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized since Saturday.
Plus: Houston’s subsidized housing program gets slammed by the feds, state lawmakers mull an under-21 smoking ban, and Texas’s NFL teams go down swinging.
Plus: Obama ends an immigration policy that brought a wave of Cubans to Texas, the state is without an auditor for the first time in 73 years, and Chuck Norris (roundhouse) kicks off a Texas business venture.
Plus: Texas carries out the country’s first execution of the year, Rick Perry makes moves to rid his conflicts of interest, and the 'Mad Men' archive heads to the University of Texas at Austin.
Plus: Austin police investigate a disturbing in-custody death, a bald eagle dies after being shot near Houston, and Texas teams are shut out of college football’s final poll for the first time in a while.
Plus: New revelations about Exxon’s international business could spell more trouble for Rex Tillerson, a Fort Worth cop gets disciplined for a controversial arrest, and a Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy is accused of bestiality.
Plus: Greg Abbott and Ted Cruz host Taiwan’s president in Houston, a man shoots himself while in police custody in downtown Austin, and the Texans come out victorious in one of the worst playoff match-ups ever.
Plus: A judge delays his decision in the fetal burial rule case, a high school gets tagged with racist graffiti, and the town formerly known as Bikinis goes up for sale.
Plus: Trump meets with a top executive from Lockheed Martin, Texas kicks off 2017 by filing yet another lawsuit against the feds, and a teenage girl slammed by a cop at a McKinney pool party sues for $5 million.