Carly Mayo, eighteen, is now back in Tyler and living with her mom as she reckons with her past.
The University of Texas at Austin’s men’s tennis coach was among those accused of accepting bribes in a massive federal probe.
More challenges emerge to Texas’s least favorite exam.
Professor emeritus David Anderson's tribute to the late UT president—his colleague, co-author, and friend for 40 years.
UT-Austin’s tennis coach and an exam administrator in Houston are facing federal charges.
The protesters' key issue with Wilson was her congressional voting record on LGBT issues.
Amid what Border Patrol calls an unsustainable influx, Sister Norma’s Humanitarian Respite Center and its wide network of volunteers continue to provide for all who come through its doors.
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.
"The Border Patrol has no reason to expect that this trend will decrease; in fact we believe it will increase," said Border Patrol chief of operations.
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.
Trump administration officials on Friday said they will continue to push forward with a controversial policy to require at least some Central American asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims are heard, but acknowledged they are moving slowly with the process. Officials said El Paso is likely to…
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.
The meeting comes as unprecedented numbers of Central American families are seeking asylum.
Multiple cities in the state see the longest wait times and lowest approval rates for naturalization in the country.
Leading educators and testing experts have studied the exams and find that they are asking kids to understand passages aimed two or more years above their grade level.
The announcement comes amid growing questions about the legitimacy of the investigation that led to the deadly raid.
Michael Dell has transformed the stodgy computer manufacturer that bears his name into a nimble data-management outfit. He’s hoping that's enough to bring the pride of Round Rock back to its former glory.
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A federal judge is the latest to rule the tribe's popular casino violates state gaming laws.
In an extraordinary hearing that involved public and private testimony, a federal judge expressed legal support for the practice of force-feeding.
Immigration advocates worry that the policy, which is in effect in California, sends migrants fleeing danger towards more violence.
A recent study found that four of the fifteen national anti-vaxxing ”hot spots” are in Texas, including Harris County, where three cases were confirmed Monday.
The police tactic is controversial but common—particularly in Texas.
The 23-page report outlines details of 56 priests dating back to 1940.
Their experience is a visceral reminder of the risks of entrusting our personal lives to startups whose business models discourage accountability.
A bill introduced by State Representative Roland Gutierrez also directs state agencies to determine how new wall construction would affect water quality and environmental contamination.
An inspector general’s report concludes border agents continue family separations without adequate justification.
The inspector general is expected to release a report as soon as Thursday on how well the Office of Refugee Resettlement is doing its job.
The well-known humanitarian says community leaders weren't even represented in what turned out to be a scripted event touting Trump's plans.
Long live the red wolf.
Even as the Tornillo tent city shuts down, the Trump administration’s policies will call for more centers like it.
After years of photo op visits from Democrats and Republicans alike, McAllen mayor Jim Darling and others hope to highlight the region's dynamism and interconnectedness with Mexico.
From affordable housing to Border Patrol, the shutdown is causing problems all over the state.
A detention camp that became the symbol of perhaps the largest mass incarceration of children not charged with a crime since the WWII internment of Japanese Americans will soon become history.
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The Southwest Airlines cofounder was a pioneering entrepreneur who changed the way we travel. He was also a world-class wit, a bon vivant, and a not-so-closet intellectual.
Police say the seven-year-old was fatally shot on a feeder road near a Harris County Walmart. Two suspects are in custody.
The situation has become so dangerous that Mexican police escorts have been discontinued after sundown.
Immigration authorities dropped busloads of immigrants at a Greyhound bus station without giving warning to local officials, despite having promised to do so.
Asylum seekers entering the United States through Mexico will be sent back across the border as their asylum cases are decided.
Keying off of Governor Abbott’s opposition to President Obama’s Syrian resettlement policy, Russian trolls built Texas dissent.
Found guilty in 1987, the freed man will be paid $2.5 million by the state of Texas, which he'll use to support his prison ministry.
Federal officials have reversed course and announced they will no longer require fingerprints of potential sponsors for detained children.
The Affordable Care Act was struck down by a federal judge in Fort Worth, but the legal battle is far from over.
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Beto O'Rourke said contractor is asking the Trump Administration to stop sharing information of potential sponsors with immigration agents.
Jacob Walter Anderson has been kicked off of campus and will not be allowed to attend his graduation ceremony.
The tech giant will become the largest employer in Austin, bringing an additional 5,000 jobs.