A judge has excused indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry from his next court appearance but denied the Republican’s request to skip all other pretrial hearings.
The first state audit of Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s deal-closing business fund is raising questions about jobs created and the level of completion from other states luring the same companies.
Bids are starting at $25,000 for the sale of the rifle used by Charles Whitman during his deadly 1966 sniper rampage from atop the University of Texas clock tower.
Passengers on a Southwest Airlines jet had to use slides to evacuate after the pilot reported an odor in the cabin, declared an emergency and safely returned the to Austin.
Doug Ulman, the CEO of the cancer charity Livestrong, is leaving after 14 years, a period in which the small local charity grew into a $500 million global brand.
The state’s liquor control board at a meeting on Tuesday will consider a staff recommendation against a proposal to allow the sale of alcohol at some gun shows.
In a motion Monday, Perry’s attorneys asked the judge to let him miss an Oct. 13 pretrial hearing due to “long-standing plans to be in Europe” all that week.
Rick Perry cites Joan Rivers’ death in defense of controversial Anti-Abortion Law
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.