Texas voters went to the polls on Tuesday for the state’s first election requiring people to show ID.
Last weekend, on the Texas Motor Speedway .4 Mile dirt track, a North Texas teen started his first year in the SUP-A late model division. It was a weekend of firsts for the young driver, in a career almost defined by them.
House Speaker Joe Straus suggested possibly raising the cost of a driver’s license to help the state’s congested roads. Texas drivers currently pay a price of $25.
A recent review found older drivers face a hodgepodge of state licensing rules that reflect scientific uncertainty and public angst over a growing question: How can we tell if it’s time to give up the keys?
Police in Keene are commenting today about an incident involving a sergeant making a traffic stop and the physical removal of a 77-year-old woman from her vehicle.
Those considering cruising through Highland Park without a current driver’s license or insurance card may want to rethink that –– it could be expensive, and take up the majority of a day.
A Texas driver license can now only be obtained if the person applying can show proof of residency.
The Justice Department’s civil rights division has objected to the new photo ID requirement for voters in Texas, saying many Hispanic voters lack state-issued identification.
Teenagers across North Texas are learning that the hardest part about obtaining a new driver’s license is walking through the DPS doors.
Tucked inside the state school finance bill is a provision requiring Texans to prove their citizenship, or legal status, before receiving their first or renewing an old driver’s license.
The Texas Department of Public Safety says court-related information on highway patrol-issued citations is now available online.
A traffic stop six years ago has turned into a major legal headache for a Northeast Texas Mother, but she didn’t even get the ticket.