Texas Congressman Recovers From Hip SurgeryAn aide says the oldest-ever member of the U.S. House is recovering after surgery to repair hip injuries from a weekend car accident in North Texas.
Texas Congressman In Fair Condition After AccidentA spokeswoman for Medical Center of Plano says Texas Republican Ralph Hall was in fair and stable condition on Sunday. A spokesman for Hall has said the lawmaker is expected to recover.
Congressman Ralph Hall Injured In Car AccidentU.S. Rep. Ralph Hall was hospitalized Saturday after being injured in a car accident.
Texas Tea Party Even Stronger After RunoffsLosing ground elsewhere across the country, the tea party emerged from Tuesday's Texas primary runoffs mightier than ever in the nation's biggest conservative stronghold.
91-Year-Old Rep. Hall Ousted In Texas GOP Primary The 91-year-old Texas Republican who is the oldest-ever member of the U.S. House has been ousted in a primary runoff. Little-known Republican primary challenger John Ratcliffe defeated Rep. Ralph Hall in the first runoff he'd ever faced.
Oldest Member of Congress, Ralph Hall of Rockwall, Faces Tough RunoffAfter 17 terms in office, and running for his 18th, Republican Ralph Hall finds himself fighting for his political career.
Oldest-Ever Texas Congressman Faces Biggest ChallengeNow that he's 90 and the oldest-ever member of the U.S. House, the Texas Republican is facing his own political shootout. He's facing his first primary runoff since being elected in 1980.
Opponents Attempt To Keep Lake From Filling UpIf it fills up, Lake Ralph Hall is supposed to fill Denton County’s water needs.
'Hall From Rockwall' About To Become Oldest House MemberRepresentative Ralph Hall is set to become the oldest member of the U.S. House ever, a few months shy of his 90th birthday.
Proposed Lake Ralph Hall Could Ease Multiple ProblemsSupporters of the new Lake Ralph Hall feel they’re on schedule to win state and federal approval for the proposed reservoir.
Dallas Residents Sound Off Over Debt Ceiling DebateWhile the U.S. Congress struggles over what to do with the pending debt ceiling deadline, local congressional representatives are getting an earful from constituents. A common theme they are hearing is "do something."