Texas Orders Its Volunteer Groups To Stop Resettling SyriansTexas has instructed volunteer organizations that settle international refugees statewide to immediately stop helping Syrians — even though it may not have the authority to do so.
TAPS Board Votes To Offer Bare Bones ServiceThe agency's board of directors met Friday to try to find a way to stay in business after losing critical state funding.
Planned Parenthood: Texas Extends Clinic Subpoena DeadlinePlanned Parenthood says at least one Texas clinic is getting more time to answer a subpoena from state health investigators that seeks hundreds of pages of staff and patient records.
Texas Creates State Website For Children With Special NeedsA Texas task force has created what officials call a first-of-its-kind website designed to help families who have children with disabilities and special needs.
Audit: Lack Of 'Ethics' Enabled $110M No-Bid State Contract A state contracting scandal that has cost top Texas health officials their jobs and dealt new Republican Gov. Greg Abbott an early test was enabled by a lack of ethics and accountability, a state audit concluded Thursday.
Questionable $110M State Deals Bypassed ReviewsState officials say $110 million in no-bid health contracts that are now the focus of a criminal investigation bypassed two routine oversight boards for deals of that size.
Feds Withhold $75M In Medicaid Funding From TexasFederal regulators say they're denying Texas $75 million in funding for a new health care program because the state violated program rules by allowing private hospitals to receive federal dollars.
Report: CPS System Failed In Plano 2-Year-Old's CaseIn her short life, two-year-old Grace Ford received the attention of state Child Protective Services (CPS) four times. By the fifth time, she was dead. Now, a new report says a CPS computer system failed.
2nd Suit Filed Challenging Texas' New Abortion Law An advocacy group filed another federal lawsuit Wednesday challenging a new provision in Texas' tough restrictions on abortion, less than a week after a federal appeals court reversed a previous suit and found that the stricter limits don't impose an undue burden on women's health.
Texas Senate Chair Calls For Changes To Health Budget A top Texas senator says the state must change how it pays for health and human services.
Planned Parenthood Asks Judge To Block LawPlanned Parenthood is asking a judge to stop Texas from banning the group from providing state-funded health services to poor women.
State Says Needs Of New Women's Health Program Can Be MetThe Texas Health and Human Services Commission has signed up more than enough doctors to treat the poor women who depended on Planned Parenthood for family planning services and check-ups.