A professor and associate dean at the Harvard Business School has been selected as the new president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
The Texas State Auditor’s Office says the General Land Office has made mistakes in handling nearly $6 million in contracts over the past few years, including vastly underestimating project costs.
A unanimous Supreme Court says Amtrak is more like a part of the government than a private corporation when it helps federal agencies craft rules to keep trains running on schedule.
Dallas’ Southwest Airlines is being fined $1.6 million for not letting passengers get off planes that were stuck on the ground during long delays.
The Texas Food and Beverage Commission approved bitcoin as an acceptable form of payment for food and alcohol, and Gov.-elect Greg Abbott accepted bitcoin campaign donations.
A Texas task force on Ebola has recommended against mandatory quarantines for cooperating medical workers not showing symptoms unless they are considered high risk.
The state Department of Public Safety says part of the Texas Capitol’s basement has been temporarily closed while firefighters investigate a ‘powdery substance’ in a lawmaker’s office.
A Texas state department says a company hired to make specialty license plates has hit its required $25 million revenue goal a few months early.
Right now, Dallas City Council members make $37,000per year and they are asking for a bump to $60,000.
Next time you head to the DMV lawmakers will want your finger prints on file before you can get your drivers license renewed.
‘It’s ironic that we can deal with the Taliban and get an American soldier released but we can’t get a Marine across the border released,’ Rep. Poe says.
A government document provided to The Associated Press says more than 2 million people who got health insurance under President Barack Obama’s law have data discrepancies that could jeopardize coverage for some.