A federal appeals court has reinstated a Texas voter ID law that the U.S. Justice Department describes as the state’s latest tool to suppress minorities in elections.
With a 10 to 12 point lead in the polls, analysts say the race to be the next Lieutenant Governor of Texas is Republican Dan Patrick’s to lose.
A flight attendants’ union says it has a tentative contract covering crews at American Airlines and US Airways.
The 32 player representatives to the union could vote Tuesday on changes to the NFL’s drug policy that potentially could implement HGH testing.
A proposed toll lane may put a price on one of Dallas county’s last toll-free major highways.
Voters in Fort Worth will soon be asked to decide whether the city can build a new 14,000 seat arena.
The fate of Glen Garden Country Club is still unknown after an emotional fight over a zoning change request, which would allow a whiskey distillery to be built on that land.
After 17 terms in office, and running for his 18th, Republican Ralph Hall finds himself fighting for his political career.
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As the last hours of early voting wound down Tuesday, Christina Hughes Babb echoed concern from fellow Lake Highlands residents. “It’s a low turnout altogether for the election,” she said.
There’s a new so-called battle- ground receiving more attention in this year’s governor’s race.
As Russian flags fluttered in the breeze and retirees grew weepy at the thought of reuniting with Russia, residents of Ukraine’s Crimea region held a secession vote Sunday.