Federal Judge Orders Texas Not To Remove Voters After Botched ListThe decision by U.S. District Judge Fred Biery of San Antonio temporarily halts a bungled search for illegal voters in Texas, which began in January.
Cruz-O'Rourke Hogs The Attention, But Texas Ballot Is LoadedWhile all eyes in Texas are on the unexpectedly close U.S. Senate race, further down the ballot Tuesday are races that could determine control of Congress.
Texas GOP Hopes To Benefit From Straight-Ticket VotingTexas Republicans are hopeful that the party's candidates will ride out momentum from a re-energized Democratic Party.
Texas Accuses More Schools Of 'Unlawful Electioneering'Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has ordered two more school districts to stop "unlawful electioneering activities," accusing them of using state funds to endorse a political candidate.
Trump Tweets Support For Top Texas RepublicansPresident Donald Trump has tweeted his support for eight top Texas Republicans ahead of the state’s primary next week.
Mesquite City Manager Takes To Social Media After Annex FightIt seems the City of Mesquite can't quite let the annexation issue go.
Appeals Court Argument Set For Texas 'Sanctuary Cities' LawA federal appeals court in New Orleans is set to hear arguments over a Texas law cracking down on sanctuary cities.
Texas AG Demand Gas Stations Pay Up For Harvey Price GougingThe state of Texas has formally notified 127 gas stations that they were guilty of price gouging during the Hurricane Harvey emergency.
127 Businesses Accused Of Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey DisasterThe Texas AG's office said Monday, all of the cases involve consumer complaints against gas stations that allegedly charged $3.99 or higher for a gallon of unleaded gasoline or diesel.
Court Blocks Order That Voided Prosecutor Pay In Paxton CaseAn appeals court has blocked a lower court's ruling that prevented special prosecutors in Paxton's felony securities fraud case from collecting a six-figure payment.
Federal Judge Blocks Texas Voter ID LawTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton promises to appeal the ruling.