Fans Of Trump And Marijuana Feel Allegiances Go Up In SmokeThe Trump administration's anti-marijuana move has some members of the president's voting base fuming.
Voters Put The Brakes On Dallas County SchoolsNow, eight Dallas area school districts must figure out what to do without the bus agency known as Dallas County Schools.
A Look At The Winners And Losers Of The Top U.S. RacesDemocrats swept Virginia and New Jersey's governor's races, incumbents came out on top in several big-city mayoral races and voters in Maine said they wanted to join 31 other states in expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
Dallas County Schools Bus Agency To Be AbolishedIt will soon be over for the agency responsible for getting tens of thousands of North Texas students to school each day.
Denton Uses Old Fashioned Paper Ballots ... Sort OfDenton County voters will now have their individual ballot printed and the votes cast on paper.
Grapevine Residents Sound Off On $44 Million Bond ProposalsThere was a packed house at the Grapevine City Council meeting Monday night, as residents showed up to weigh in on proposed bond projects.
Voters Will Decide Whether To Adopt State Civil Service For Arlington FDVoters in Arlington are facing a big decision on their May ballots that could put their fire department under control of the state.
Texas Has Voter Turnout Record Of Nearly 8.9MUnofficial results show that nearly 8.9 million Texans cast ballots in Tuesday's presidential election, surpassing the state's record 8 million voters in 2008
Why Did Some Wait To Vote On Election Day?While many people said they procrastinated on voting during the weeks of early voting, others say they waited until today because they couldn't make up their mind.
Texas Election Offers Lots Of Intrigue But Few Nail-BitersWhile much of the country will be on pins and needles Tuesday, Texas' ballot features none of the top statewide offices and a presidential race that likely won't be close.
Who Will Be The Next Resident Of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?It's now up to the American people to decide who will be the next President of the United States. The polls here in Texas opened at 7 a.m. and voters here and across the country are already casting ballots.
Collin County Not Expecting Long LinesCollin County is working to streamline the voting experience. If there’s a line, they have a unique way around it.