Cub Swanson is perfectly comfortable with being known as a “can’t miss” fighter when it comes to delivering excitement.
An attorney for Oklahoma State says the school could seek sworn testimony from Texas football coach Charlie Strong, Longhorns players and school administrators in its legal fight
Benavidez still holds the #2 ranking in the division, and Saturday night he takes on Dustin Ortiz in a fight that could help him lay claim to a third title shot.
Amid charges of bias from the right and left, the Texas Board of Education has failed to grant preliminary approval for any of the around 100 new history and social studies textbooks up for use in classrooms statewide.
A Texas judge has refused to quash two felony indictments for abuse of power against Gov. Rick Perry on technicalities, ruling that the case against the possible 2016 presidential hopeful should continue.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry wants to spend more than $86 million to extend extra security patrols along the border with Mexico to next August.
Sen. Ted Cruz is visiting a startup mentoring program in Austin on Friday to speak about the net neutrality issue, which he has described as “Obamacare for the internet.”
After being elected last week, George P. Bush has hired a staff of five people for his transition team ahead of his January 2 swearing-in as the state’s new land commissioner.
Governor-elect Greg Abbott is set to reveal his plans on Tuesday for the transition into his new job. The Republican attorney general officially takes office on January 20.
Whole Foods has reported a quarterly profit that topped Wall Street expectations. The Austin grocery store chain on Wednesday reported earnings of $128 million.
Texas officials are poised to consider final rules for implementing the state’s water funding plan on Thursday. Texans needs an additional 2.7 trillion gallons of water by 2060.
Gov. Rick Perry is making his first court appearance on felony charges that accuse him of abusing his power when he vetoed funding for public corruption prosecutors.