Planned Parenthood Vows To Fight After Texas Cuts-Off Medicaid FundingThe state's action is being celebrated by those in pro-life groups.
Texas Comptroller: Plunging Oil Prices 'Dampened' Budget OutlookThe first legislative session under Republican Gov.-elect Greg Abbott will begin with lawmakers having a so-called budget surplus of $7.5 billion.
Rare 1849 State Of Texas Map To Be Auctioned In DallasAn Alabama man found out something he viewed as a toy and played with, as a kid is actually a valuable piece of Texas history. Now he will find out just how valuable the item is, at an offering by Dallas-based Heritage Auctions this Saturday.
156 Children Died Of Abuse In Texas In Fiscal 2013 The number of child deaths in Texas from abuse or neglect dropped significantly in the past fiscal year to the lowest level since 2000, according to a state report.
Millions In Reimbursements For 2011 Wildfire CostsBy December of 2011 the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) had declared wildfire disaster declarations in more than 150 Texas counties. Today the agency refunded some of the money spent to fight those fires.
Judge: Texas School Finance Is UnconstitutionalA district court judge has ruled that the tax system Texas uses to finance public schools is unconstitutional.
Texans Can Save Energy & Taxes This WeekendLooking for a new refrigerator? This may be your lucky weekend.
Pres. Candidate Perry Had Little Time For TexasCrisscrossing the U.S. during his unsuccessful presidential bid appears to have left Rick Perry little time for Texas, with the governor logging only about 24 hours of official time handling state matters during his nearly six-month campaign.
Energy Assistance Money Not Helping Texans In NeedIn the stifling heat currently impacting North Texas, even the sound of a small air conditioning unit can be music to your ears.