A new report on the changing demographics in Texas shows Hispanic voters could be shaping the future of politics in the state.
Civil rights leader, philanthropist, attorney and education activist Adelfa Callejo died on Saturday, Jan. 25 from a brain tumor.
Day after day, Adonias Arevalo tried to calm his parents’ nerves. Like many other immigrants, they worried personal information on their son’s application for government-subsidized health insurance could draw the attention of immigration authorities.
Add one more delay to the list for the rollout of President Barack Obama’s health care law. This time, it’s a postponement of the launch of online enrollment tools in Spanish.
A Dallas County commissioner is taking issue with Sheriff Lupe Valdez regarding the race of a deputy she promoted to her command staff.
Homeowners partnered with Fort Worth’s graffiti abatement team and students from the art department at Paschal High School to revamp Jennings-May-St. Louis Park in south Fort Worth.
Plano Police and volunteers hit the streets today to alert residents to a string of violent attacks that are targeting Hispanic men.
A string of attacks, targeting Hispanic men in east Plano, have police there concerned.
Ted Cruz will be sworn in Thursday as the first Hispanic to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate. Cruz is more fiercely conservative than U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Campaign 2012 is over, but the lessons learned in this election will play a role for years to come.
More is at stake in the Texas vote count than who is elected and who holds control of the Legislature, Congress and the White House. It’s also shows if political strength is shifting from demographic group to demographic group.
It’s a safe bet, based on polls and history, that white voters will choose Republican Mitt Romney by a wide margin in Tuesday’s presidential election. That’s a problem for the GOP.