Effort At State Capitol To Stall Bill Targeting Sanctuary CItiesPunishing sanctuary cities is one of Governor Abbott's top priorities.
Advocates Heading To Austin To Push Texting And Driving BanOn February 2, there will be a briefing in Austin with the public and lawmakers about House Bill 62, which would ban texting while driving statewide if it became law.
State Lawmakers Consider Softening Drug PenaltiesHouse members heard testimony Tuesday that despite crime rates going down, drug possession convictions are on the rise.
Historic State Capitol Gates & Fences For SaleA piece of Texas history will be on the auction block this weekend.
Texas Riders Deliver 10 Commandments To Oklahoma GovernorHorseback riders from a cowboy church in Texas have delivered to Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin a stone tablet engraved with the Ten Commandments.
Bland Family Not Expected At Texas Jail ReviewRelatives of Sandra Bland are not expected at the Texas Capitol as lawmakers launch a review of jail safety following her July death in a county lockup.
Suspect In Vehicle Arson At Capitol Arrested In IowaMichael Patrick Wagner was arrested by the Marion Police Department for an unrelated charge in Linn County.
Bland's Death Takes Stage At Texas CapitolThe arrest and death of Sandra Bland is bringing top state officials to a hearing at the Texas Capitol on Thursday to testify about jail standards and police officer protocols.
Family-Friendly Travel Guide To Hershey, PennsylvaniaFamily friendly guide to the "Sweetest Place on Earth," Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Abbott To Talk Border In State Of The StateGov. Greg Abbott is expected to tell lawmakers that border security, roads and education are the biggest issues facing Texans during in his first State of the State address.
George P. Bush Seizes Conservative SpotlightGeorge P. Bush's new job has nothing to do with abortion or money for private schools. But after barely 30 days in office, he's already headlined high-profile rallies on both issues.
George P. Bush Leads 'School Choice' RallyTexas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is leading a 'school choice' rally on Friday in Austin, supporting calls to expand voucher programs and charter schools statewide.