Paul Ryan: Montana Candidate Should Apologize For Alleged AssaultHouse Speaker Paul Ryan is calling for the Republican candidate in Montana's special House election to apologize after allegedly attacking a reporter.
Judge Exonerated Of Bribery, Money Laundering ConvictionsA former state district judge has been exonerated of her 2011 bribery and money laundering convictions.
Texas Lottery Winners Could Stay AnonymousTexas lawmakers have voted to allow big state lottery winners to remain anonymous. The Senate approved the measure Wednesday night and sent it to Gov. Greg Abbott for his consideration.
Texas Approves Hunting Feral Hogs By Hot Air BalloonThe state already allows shooting feral hogs from helicopters. The latest hunting twist comes as the state looks for new ways to control a growing hog population that causes millions in damages to crops every year.
Analysts Say GOP Bill Leaves 23M More UninsuredBudget office: 23 million more uninsured, lower premiums for less coverage under GOP House-passed health care bill.
Bill Could Turn Back Page, Return Power To Texas Board Of Education The often-combative Texas Board of Education would expand its ability to reject textbooks it doesn't like, rolling back limits that have been in place for more than two decades, under a proposal on the verge of clearing the state Legislature.
Texas House OKs Allowing Guns In Parked Cars At SchoolsThe Texas House has voted to allow concealed carry permit holders to have guns in their locked cars parked outside schools.
Texas Senate Revives Full Bathroom Bill With Late-Night MoveThe state Senate voted 21-10 after 1 a.m. Wednesday to attach rules requiring transgender Texans to use public restrooms corresponding to their birth-certificate gender onto an otherwise unrelated proposal on county governments.
Texas Moves To Soften Voter ID Law After Judge Finds BiasThe changes heading toward approval Tuesday by the GOP-controlled House wouldn't expand the list of IDs that Texas has required since 2011.
Texas Senate Approves Dallas Pension BillA bill to save the troubled Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund came one step closer to becoming law on Tuesday.
Texas Senate Approves Banning Drones Over Stadiums, JailsDrone flights could soon face new restrictions in America's largest conservative state. The Texas Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to ban drones over sports arenas and jails.
Zuckerberg Says He's Not Running For Public OfficeFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that his quest this year to visit every state is about building relationships, not politics. Zuckerberg insisted that he is not running for office.

More From CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Drip Pan: CBS Local App
Drip Pan: Weather App
Drip Pan: Restaurant Week 365

Watch & Listen LIVE