Brian Clyde, who was killed at the Earl Cabell Federal Building on Monday, swam in the dark waters of internet troll culture.
After a decade-long effort, developers says they’ve secured the funding they need for a $65 million, three-year renovation.
Can 26-year-old Jessica Cisneros pull off the same sort of political upset as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez?
Immigration officials have resumed the much-criticized practice of keeping people outdoors for weeks to relieve dangerous overcrowding.
Falcon Lake hit a balmy 116 while the heat index in Brownsville was an eyeball-melting 128 degrees, nine degrees warmer than Death Valley.
A constitutional amendment on the ballot in November aims to shore up funding for Texas’s system of state parks and historic sites.
Recent headlines find detained migrants stripped of English classes, recreation, and vital medicine.
A non-profit compiled racist, sexist, and xenophobic social media posts from police in Dallas and Denison.
Everything you need to know about what tariffs could mean for the Texas economy, politics, and Chipotle burrito prices.
Thanks to the the Texas Legislature, you and your plumber will soon have the same credentials.
Ted Cruz and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez both want to stop members of Congress from going on to become lobbyists.
Texas's top lawmakers managed to put together an $11.5 billion package, but they did it in a way that all but guarantees a tax hike in 2021.
In one of the worst legislative sessions for criminal justice reform in years, bipartisan legislation got caught between an ugly fight between the police lobby and prominent Democrats.
Texas stands to lose a great deal if the 2020 Census doesn’t include every Texan—including congressional seats and billions in federal funding.
Everyone agrees that the recent event—full of drunken fights and scores of wrecks—escalated dangerously. But many Bolivar Peninsula residents will be damned if they’ll accept new rules to curtail the anarchy.
The governor, lieutenant governor, and the speaker of the House announced a deal on property taxes and school finance. It sounds good, but offered awfully little in the way of specifics.
The last few days have brought tearful, angry debate over abortion, religious discrimination, and LGBTQ rights.
House lawmakers are watching the clock as a key lawmaker's absence from the Capitol has suddenly imperiled a controversial elections measure.
Launched in 2018, the Houston Community Land Trust aims to make home ownership attainable for families of limited means.
But don’t think that means Representative Jonathan Stickland is all grown up. He’s still more or less the lib-baiting troll he’s always been.
Dallas news station WFAA has the footage.
The Big Three are desperate to save their property tax proposal. Among the ideas to buy down property taxes is an increase in the oil and gas severance tax.
In a new presidential poll of Texas, Beto, Bernie, and Biden all look competitive against Trump. But it's far too early to make too much of that.
No shower caps, bonnets, Do-rags, or saggy pants? The principal’s dress code for parents is about more than just school-appropriate attire.
At hearings in El Paso, asylum seekers forced to stay in Juarez told of violence and fear.
Big-city prosecutors are now driving the conversation around mass incarceration, and some lawmakers and law enforcement officials just can’t abide that.
The state’s senior U.S. senator is calling out Joaquin Castro and MJ Hegar in particular.
More than 100 of the company's 400 cars in Chicago were stolen via its own app.
If you’re going to traffick in conspiracy theories, at least be nice about it.
Texas’s two biggest metropolitan areas spend entirely too much time on their phones while behind the wheel.
Many Texans think their property taxes are too high. But the highly regressive sales tax would put even more of a burden on those who can least afford it.
Spending Texas Relays weekend with the Hands Full of Cash car club.
After a community outcry, the company behind ACL Fest and Lollapalooza postpones its plans for an event next year, but the future is uncertain.
An op-ed from the San Antonio senator and member of the Texas Senate Committee on Higher Education.
The Tigua and Alabama-Coushatta tribes may soon be forced to shutter their gaming operations after courts again rule them illegal.
The new rule uses geofencing technology to force vehicles on the college campus to slow down.
Carly Mayo, eighteen, is now back in Tyler and living with her mom as she reckons with her past.
Critics of the forthcoming transformation of the state’s child welfare system worry about the new model’s lack of transparency. Legislators are running out of time to introduce greater safeguards.
It's the latest in a string of legal rulings that have chipped away at the Lone Star State’s once-heralded open records laws.
No one can explain why. Not even Southwest Key, the nonprofit shelter that keeps telling refugees they have no other choice.
Because the charges were dismissed pretrial, prosecutors have the right to refile a criminal complaint.
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The TSA would like to remind you not to bring your firearms through the security checkpoint.
That viral video of a Colorado senator berating Ted Cruz makes one wonder if there’s a double standard at work.
Volunteers and others step in to help maintain Big Bend, the San Antonio missions, and other beloved sites, but fears about lasting damage grow as the impasse drags on.
From affordable housing to Border Patrol, the shutdown is causing problems all over the state.
Police say the seven-year-old was fatally shot on a feeder road near a Harris County Walmart. Two suspects are in custody.
Water, water, every where, nor any drop to drink.
The man reportedly exited the vehicle and began ranting.
The two-minute video taken from a DPS helicopter shows the last minutes of Mark Conditt's life.