The first class of teachers and school administrators seeking a school marshal license begin training Monday.
Caught with pot, but treated like it’s a speeding ticket. There’s actually a Texas law that allows people arrested for possessing small amounts of marijuana to be ticketed and let go.
The Dallas Hispanic Bar Association needs a few – or a thousand – lawyers, law students, para-legals – anyone willing to interview, screen and represent the proposed 2,000 border children.
The Supreme Court says corporations can hold religious objections that allow them to opt out of the new health law requirement that they cover contraceptives for women.
The Supreme Court says public sector unions can’t collect fees from home health care workers who object to being affiliated with a union.
A new Texas rule, just passed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, expands boat draining rules from 47 counties to statewide to combat the spread of Zebra mussels.
A Texas gun rights group is considering some changes after causing a national uproar at Chipotle when they walked in armed with assault rifles.
The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits cruel and unusual punishments, but one inmate’s execution was anything but.
A gun issue on tonight’s Arlington City Council agenda is expected to draw OpenCarry advocates. Council member Charle Parker says they’re considering a ban on any weapons at their public meetings.
Attorney General Greg Abbott says Texas school districts that authorize employees to carry handguns aren’t violating state law.
Around half a million pet owners in Dallas may not be aware that they are breaking the law.
A federal appeals court has upheld new abortion restrictions that shuttered many of the abortions clinics in Texas.