This could make the marijuana-derived drug, which the legislature legalized for patients with intractable epilepsy, hard to get.
Brian T. Encinia, the police officer who arrested Sandra Bland, has been charged with perjury—and that’s likely to be the extent of the criminal justice system’s involvement in the case.
After a review of years of citations by state troopers raised questions of racial profiling, DPS is trying out a new method.
Solid reporting from the University of Texas School of Journalism investigates the gender and racial makeup of law enforcement in Texas.
Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw apparently has been pushing back against media investigations questioning his agency operations.
Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw today proved he can be every bit as political on ethics issues as any Travis County district attorney.
If posing for pictures with Snoop is outlawed, only outlaws will pose for pictures with Snoop.
For a third straight year, the Texas Department of Public Safety advised vacationers to stay away from the country, but a Mexican ambassador says the warning has a "clear-cut political agenda."
Burka and Eileen preview the legislative sunset: How does an agency “misplace” $1 billion? Or lose one-third of its criminal files? Or let the governor’s mansion get torched? Or screw Texas homeowners? Don’t get mad, get even. Honorably mentioned: Steve Ogden, Lois Kolkhorst, John Carona, and Wayne Smith. Not so
What’s good for marijuana is good for Starr County.
Those who enforce our narcotics laws often use the stuff themselves.