State Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples said in a statement released on Thursday that he is leaving office to become president of the Texas Oil and Gas Association.
An appeals court overturned a large part of a state law banning the taking of photos or videos in public without the consent of the subject for the purpose of sexual gratification.
The University of Texas has reached an agreement in principle with Michigan to play a home-and-home series in 2024 and 2027, the school announced on Wednesday.
Texas may limit the sway of a new national Advanced Placement U.S. History course and exam amid arguments that they’re rife with anti-American biases.
A mother in Austin says she is angry, humiliated and dumbstruck that a neighbor called Child Protective Services on her for letting her 6-year-old son play outside.
As Texas mulls new books for public school students, some academics are decrying lessons that they say exaggerate the influence of Christian values on our Founding Fathers.
SXSW organizers say a new report they commissioned showed this year’s festival having a $315 million impact on the Austin economy. Officials say 134,000 people attended at least one SXSW event in March.
One person was killed when a twin-engine plane crashed as it attempted to land at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Officials in Austin said that they are at a “critical point” to make the annual South By Southwest Festival safer after a car crash earlier this year left three people dead.
Gov. Rick Perry is honoring dozens of police officers, firefighters and first responders killed or severely hurt in the line of duty with Star of Texas awards.
The University of Texas said that it has topped its $3 billion goal in an eight-year fundraising campaign. School officials said that they raised $856 million in the final year.
University of Texas police took a man into custody for flying a drone over Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial stadium Saturday night during the Longhorns home opener against UNT.