Plus: Donald Trump pulls for Rick Perry to unseat Ted Cruz, Dallas shooter Micah Johnson might have had PTSD, and Texas dominates the export game.
Plus: The TEA slaps the STAAR test vendor with a massive fine, executions are on the decline in Texas, and the mom of ’Affluenza Kid’ gets a job as a bartender.
Plus: A Texas federal judge blocks Obama’s transgender bathroom guidelines, the EPA links oil drilling to Texas earthquakes, and Texas law enforcement agencies rank in the top ten during a nationwide sex-solicitation crackdown.
Plus: See which Texas teams made the AP’s preseason college football top 25, a Texas A&M student dies after what appears to be an overdose at a frat house, and the Railroad Commission kinda ignored some oil spills.
Plus: Texas Olympian Jimmy Feigen donates money to escape Rio, big changes are coming to Texas prisons, and Selena gets a spot in the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame.
Plus: Texas fights to keep its voter ID law, a Texas woman terrorized two Mexican women she kept as slaves, and Art Briles says he’s never done anything illegal, immoral or unethical.
Plus: Businesses are leaving California for Texas, glass keeps falling from tall buildings in Austin, and a court battle over beer is brewing in Texas.
Plus: H-E-B and Walmart slug it out in Texas, the Victoria County Sheriff just became a lot less transparent, and a pair of Longhorn olympians are robbed at gunpoint.
Plus: Houston schools named for Confederates are about to get some new names, the Alamo diggers discover a cool Mexican sword, and Texas A&M reaches a new ”12th Man” deal with the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks.
Plus: Galveston Bay makes the environmental grade, Dallas’s central library is preserving the stuff left behind to honor fallen officers, and there’s a warrant out for ex-Miss Corpus Christi Latina.
Plus: Zika claims its first Texas life, Art Briles thinks he’ll be back to coaching soon, and there is now a way to get around the line at Franklin Barbecue.
Plus: Mosquito repellant for women is now covered under Texas Medicaid, a new analysis finds homes are bigger in Texas, and a grammatical error tarnishes UT’s monument to the Tower shooting victims.
Plus: Bad news (Baylor) Bears update, troubling details emerge about the pilot in Lockhart’s deadly hot air balloon crash, and a porn expo finally settles in Houston.
Plus: Downtown light rail systems in Texas come under fire, Dallas’s bachelorette makes her decision, and the Rangers and Astros have drastically different trade deadline experiences.
Plus: A deadly hot air balloon crash, trouble at Texas A&M, and Texas’s Miss Teen USA said some really racist stuff on Twitter.
Plus: Joaquín Castro keeps throwing shade at Ted Cruz, a Baylor athletics staffer wants to know exactly why he was fired, and state troopers maybe shouldn’t have escorted a top prospect to a Texas Rangers game.
A new study sheds light in in-custody deaths, Texas A&M threatens to use eminent domain to rub out a beloved Dallas bar, and competing fliers duke it out in Arlington over a proposed new baseball stadium.
Plus: Texas Democrats get rowdy at breakfast in Philadelphia, Joaquín Castro takes a hard look at Ted Cruz’s Senate seat, and someone might have set fire to Enchanted Rock.
Plus: Texans take center stage on day one at the DNC, archaeologists make a big find at the Alamo, and a South Texas cemetery agrees to allow non-whites to be buried there.
Texas Democrats gather in Philly, people keep dying in Bexar County Jail, and the home of a Vernon woman is besieged by snakes.
Plus: Ted Cruz gets booed, Fort Worth ISD changes its transgender student guidelines, and San Antonio celebrates Tim Duncan Day.
Plus: Texas’s public college presidents get paid, police encounters in Texas are becoming increasingly fatal, and a brutal attack in Lubbock leaves a bunch of goats dead.
Plus: A nationally televised town hall discussion on race has a strong Texas flavor, Pokemon Go wreaks havoc in North Texas, and Ted Cruz lays low ahead of the GOP Convention.
Plus: UT’s gun policy comes into focus, Congressman Ted Poe has cancer, and Baylor announces its new athletic director.
Plus: Greg Abbott undergoes surgery, Texas again fares well on CNBC’s annual state business scorecard, and a pageant crown controversy grips Corpus Christi.
Plus: Tim Duncan retires, Houston’s mayor asks the feds to investigate an officer-involved shooting, and Rick Perry has some thoughts about Donald Trump’s wall.
Plus: Texas tries to clog Obama’s transgender bathroom mandate, yet another attempt to regulate abortion clinics, and Texas doctors accused of sexually abusing patients avoid facing serious punishment.
Plus: Flesh-eating bacteria is bumming out Texas beachgoers, more transgender Texans are cool with coming out, and Matthew McConaughey gets into higher education at UT.
Plus: A new survey shows Trump’s most controversial policy proposals have support in Texas, a fiery train crash outside Amarillo, and a fight over plastic bags in Laredo could have statewide implications.
Plus: Texit talk heats up, Johnny Manziel’s downward spiral continues, and a Texan faces billions of dollars in fines over a pile of wood.
Plus: No charges for the cop who body-slammed a girl at a McKinney pool party, and new census data shows the next generation of Texans is incredibly diverse.
Plus: Dallas throws shade at Cleveland , a Texas-based company allegedly swindled top athletes, and Willie Nelson’s weed company is now hiring.
Plus: Senator Cornyn’s gun bill flops, deer breeder drama, and a new study says Texas stinks for kids.