Voter ID law getting new appeal hearing; Texans pick up Brock Osweiler; and a big, crappy lawsuit out of Dallas.
Cruz gets the coveted Chuck Norris endorsement, and Baylor insists it's working hard to prevent sexual assaults.
El Paso struggles to teach English, and the state wants absolutely nothing to do with a controversial health study on women's health.
SXSW is almost upon us, Houston is screwed, and Ted keeps truckin’.
The unregulated rodeos, the Cruz machine keeps on churning, and the great warrant roundup
The Supreme Court considers the Texas abortion case, and Travis County's GOP has a sideshow on its hands.
Judgment Day for Republican hopefuls, an ”abortion travel agent,” and another Texas-EPA lawsuit.
Texas prepares for Super Tuesday, student life just got rougher, and the Taco War continues.
The Houston presidential candidate shootout, more conspiratorial Scalia details, and the great breakfast taco war of 2016.
Rick Perry’s legal troubles end, and the city of Dallas’s just begin.
CEO of the sex expo files lawsuit against Dallas, the border made safe, and the affluenza judge gets the tabloid treatment.
Cruz is fighting Rubio, sex lovers are fighting Dallas, and McAllen is fighting Hidalgo.
More problems for Crystal City, the latest in Texas’s water fight, and a presidential endorsement.
Crystal City just keeps getting more embarrassing, and UT finally issues guidelines on campus carry.
Sign gets hacked in best way possible, major event bans open carry, and another development in the trial of Chris Kyle's killer.
The Texas details of Justice Scalia’s death, and a look at a less Affluenza-prone teen convict.
A commission pulls the teeth out of bite mark evidence, and Crystal City starts the reform process.
Paxton faces yet another legal issue, presidential politics comes to Texas, Dallas prepares for lawsuit after banning porn expo.
Historic betting survives another day, modern-day slavery, and another wild student art project.
Judge strikes down effort to block refugees, disbarment of Anthony Grave’s prosecutor upheld, and the Dallas porn fight.
Tragic shootings, the latest on the affluenza teen, and the repeal of sex offender ordinances.
Top official of Crystal City arrested, and national politics starts revving up in Texas.
A terrible rally was cancelled, and the abortion battles continue.
Cruz takes Iowa, Texas Dems and GOP agree on something, and Paxton asked to keep donations to his legal defense in state.
Baylor’s alleged troubles with ignoring sexual assault victims continue, Manziel gets a helicopter search, and a reignited battle over cheerleading and God.
The Ethan Couch saga continues on Texas soil, and officials brace for Zika virus.
Bipartisan anger over driving fees, the Planned Parenthood legal arguments, and anticipating the politics of the Pope's visit.
Troubles not over for Planned Parenthood, Georgetown bickers over antebellum dance, and the push to keep Syrians out continues.
Charges for the Planned Parenthood videographers, more Dixie Chicks fightin' words, and the poor condition of the state’s fertilizer plants.
The never-ending Paxton saga, rural power fights, and the school that suspended its brave student
Another lawsuit in the SXSW crash, lunch ladies punished, and the snake issue that keep on rattling.
A Houston madam finally goes to jail, revisiting the Waco shooting (again), and Big Bend could get even bigger.
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The Lottery Commission didn’t keep its word, the new birther issue, and the state’s med school boom.
A weird, confusing turn in the Paxton case, a new effort to stop sex trafficking, and Christian ethics in the classroom.
The El Chapo effect on the border, a thwarted terrorist attack, and a loophole for dirty talk.
Rick Perry gets a new gig, the border has problems and prayers, and the latest in the Waco biker case.
Blue Bell says there’s no reason to panic, a border reporter criticizes Sean Penn article, and the latest on the Affluenza case.
Abbott calls for a constitutional convention to fight back against Obama, listeria found at Blue Bell production plant, and more Affluenza details.
Refugee terrorist arrested in Houston, Texans do stand-offs right, and several angry judges
State trooper indicted in Sandra Bland case, the Bandidos president is arrested on federal charges, and someone is messin' with the state fair.
Texas politicians respond to Obama’s gun campaign, and Aggieland loses another sports bigwig.
Trans-Pecos Pipeline could run through Big Bend, and Williamson County is having some antebellum issues.
A quiet beginning to open carry, Ethan Couch’s wild holiday, and the dairy cow disaster.
Greg Abbott shuts down a winter solstice display in the Capitol, Planned Parenthood loses funding, and no charges in Bland case.
The state is still trying to figure out the whole open carry thing, and Bernie Tiede gets a megastar fundraiser.
SMU opts out of campus carry, Blue Bell looks toward the future, and San Antonio's great pizza swindling.
State's troubled foster care system violates constitutional rights of children, Texans seem to be buying less guns this year, and Sandra Bland's family lawsuit gets scheduled for trial.
Sid Miller’s people are doing quite well this year, and Spurs fans shared maybe the most awkward kiss cam experience ever.