The popular Laredo citizen journalist faces two felony counts of misuse of official information. But media law experts question if she’s done anything wrong.
The craziest headlines you might have missed over the past month.
Plus: Democrats sue to keep Blake Farenthold on the ballot, Houston's famous bat colony struggles post-Harvey, and K-Lani Nava becomes the first girl football player to score points in a UIL state title game.
Plus: A champion of gay marriage runs for state Senator, former State Representative Ruth Jones McClendon dies, and Texas brewers battle it out in court.
Plus: The Rockets continue to roll, Ezekiel Elliott returns from his suspension, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson denies rumors that he plans to resign.
Plus: Ted Cruz battles with Luke Skywalker on Twitter, the Texas GOP sues to take Blake Farenthold off the ballot, and Texas A&M Commerce wins the Division II football title.
Plus: A top Ken Paxton aide resigns after calling sexual assault survivors "pathetic" and a controversial social media star is arrested in Laredo.
Priscilla Villarreal doesn’t work for the local news in Laredo—but for her 80,000 Facebook followers, that doesn’t matter.
Plus: Texas’s ”Tweeter Laureate” is confirmed to the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the National Butterfly Center sues Trump over the wall, and the Senate won’t confirm one of Trump’s picks to serve as a federal judge in Texas.
Plus: Mattress Mack comes through again, the FBI investigates the alleged sexual assault of an immigrant by a guard in a Texas detention center, and the Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard returns from injury.
Plus: A former Texas judge allegedly sexually assaulted a teenager, a Houston teenager was arrested for supposedly helping ISIS, and the Rockets win their tenth straight game.
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Plus: A Houston Texans quarterback suffers a disturbing injury, George P. Bush has some competition for Land Commissioner, and UT Austin has a new athletics director.
Rick Perry returns from Saudi Arabia, Sen. Cornyn slips a little something nice for big oil into the tax bill, and Exxon opens its first gas stations in Mexico.
Plus: Two state lawmakers face pressure to resign over new sexual harassment allegations, the U.S. House Ethics Committee is investigating sexual harassment allegations against U.S. Representative Farenthold, and three Dallas cops are indicted in the death of an unarmed man.
Plus: Dallas County sheriff Lupe Valdez announces run for governor, U.S. Representative Al Green’s attempt to impeach Trump fails, and the University Interscholastic League shakes up high school sports.
Plus: Harris County changes development regulations to better prevent flooding, border arrests drop to a historic low, and Rick Perry visits Saudi Arabia.
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Plus: U.S. Representative Blake Farenthold says he’ll pay back $84,000 in taxpayer funds that he used to settle sexual harassment complaints, a cop is killed in San Marcos, and two Houston sports stars earn high honors.
Plus: Ted Cruz is officially running for re-election, taxpayers paid $84,000 to settle sexual harassment allegations against U.S. Representative Blake Fahrenthold, and it's bowl season for college football teams in Texas.
Plus: Wind power soars past coal in Texas, T. Boone Pickens puts his giant ranch up for sale, and former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson is on his last legs as Secretary of State.
Plus: Representative Joe Barton resigns amid sexting scandal, the end is nigh for Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, and Texas A&M closes in on a new head football coach.
Plus: Rumors spread of a stronger Democratic challenger entering the race against Governor Greg Abbott, American Airlines needs a Christmas miracle, and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission headquarters has a rat problem.
Family of Sutherland Springs victims seek justice against the Air Force, Representative Joe Barton faces new challenges, and Texans get nominated for Grammys.
Plus: The Astros cash in, a Texas bump stock maker has Cyber Monday sales after the product was used to kill 58 people in Las Vegas, and another storied college football program in Texas fires its head coach.
Plus: A woman is indicted for allegedly sending an explosive package to Governor Greg Abbott, a Border Patrol agent is buried in El Paso after he was killed on duty, and Houston's J.J. Watt and Trae Tha Truth feuded on social media.
Some of the craziest headlines you might have missed over the past month.
Plus: Jerry Jones loses a battle in his war with the NFL, and a judge deals Trump a blow in his attempted sanctuary city crackdown.
The FBI wants the tech company to help them access information on Devin Kelley’s locked device.
Plus: A Border Patrol agent is killed near Big Bend, Jose Altuve wins MVP, and Jerry Jones apologizes for a racist comment.
Plus: Rick Perry makes a fossil fuel gaffe, a $100 million West Texas solar project goes on hold, and Exxon starts looking into green energy.
Plus: Mike Pence visits Sutherland Springs, Harvey victims face a housing crisis, and a secret list compiled by women names sexual predators at the Texas Capitol.
Plus: Another hearing in the SB 4 case, Senator John Cornyn calls for stronger gun background checks, and another Texas Republican will retire from Congress.
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Plus: Greg Abbott might have a Democratic challenger, a Dallas man gets arrested after allegedly traveling to Washington D.C. to kill white police officers, and the Texans discussed signing Colin Kaepernick.
Plus: A disabled ten-year-old undocumented girl who was detained after surgery is released, Selena gets her star, and Ezekiel Elliott again avoids serving his suspension.
Plus: Another Texas Republican retires from Congress, Houston properly celebrates its World Series championship, and Rick Perry says something controversial.
Plus: Houston stays strong nine weeks after Harvey, a World Series prediction comes true, and next season looks bright for the Astros.
Plus: Jeb Hensarling will retire, Texas asks lawmakers for $61 billion in disaster recovery funding, and the ACLU sues the Trump administration over a ten-year-old South Texas girl’s immigration detention.
Plus: The Astros could win the World Series tonight, Texans in Congress react to the Mueller indictments, and gas stations get in trouble for price-gouging during Harvey.
Plus: Astros are one win away from being World Series champions, Ken Paxton is cleared in a bribery investigation, and Sid Miller makes yet another bad joke.
Plus: Texas House Speaker Joe Straus won't seek reelection, the Astros win, and Border Patrol tries to deport a disabled ten-year-old girl in South Texas after she undergoes surgery.
The University of Texas-Austin claims the most advanced state-run earthquake monitoring system in the nation.
Amazon has asked for tax breaks and public subsidies, but Texas cities are refusing to make their proposals public.
Plus: The Astros begin their quest for a World Series title, a search for a missing three-year-old comes to a tragic end in Dallas, and Texas’s own Shea Serrano gets a television show.
Plus: Five former presidents hold a hurricane relief fundraiser at Texas A&M, Jeff Sessions talks sanctuary cities in Austin, and Selena will get a Hollywood star.
Plus: Dickinson residents seeking Harvey relief are forced to agree to not boycott Israel, the Astros face a must-win situation, and Whataburger gets disrespected.
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Plus: Austin seems primed to land Amazon’s new headquarters, Dallas will host the NFL Draft, and the Astros are suddenly on the bring of playoff elimination.
Some of the craziest headlines you might have missed over the past month.
Just another day for the junior senator.
Plus: The feds reveal their findings after investigating the fatal Lockhart balloon crash, a tank explosion at a South Texas oil field injures two, and the new-look Rockets start their season by knocking off the Warriors.
Plus: The driver in the deadly human trafficking trailer case pleads guilty, Ezekiel Elliott gets an emergency hearing, and Google honors Selena.
Plus: The Astros move closer to the World Series, South Texas police catch a serial fajita burglar, and UT football falls short in the Red River Shootout.