The University will move Davis to the campus Briscoe Center history museum, which also houses one of the nation’s largest archives on slavery.
University of Texas officials are scheduled to be in court, seeking a judge’s permission to remove a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis from the main area of campus.
A former IRS employee in Texas has been sentenced to two years and a day in prison for stealing personal data to file more than 50 bogus tax returns.
The world now knows two of the flavors — Homemade Vanilla and Dutch Chocolate — that will grace store shelves once again when Blue Bell Ice Cream returns on August 31.
Blue Bell Ice Cream is coming back to select store shelves on August 31, and the company is starting with its Homemade Vanilla flavor, they announced online on Monday.
An ethics investigation into an influential conservative group is putting Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton against one of his biggest donors.
The University of Texas System has approved new admissions policies allowing campus presidents to extend admission to some students who wouldn’t otherwise be accepted.
An El Paso clinic shuttered by Texas’ tough abortion laws is set to become the first to reopen since the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked enforcement of key restrictions nearly two months ago.
A man has been arrested after authorities say he targeted college-age women in San Antonio, Austin and Dallas and coaxed them into prostitution.
Blue Bell Creameries announced on Monday that it will begin distributing ice cream to select Texas markets again on August 31.
A video game mogul wants to build a “personal rapid transit” system in Austin similar to pods used at London’s Heahtrow Airpor
Austin officials are set to consider a water fluoridation proposal from a city councilman, who wants the practice to end by December.