North Texas Congressman Roger Williams Introduces New School Safety BillU.S. Congressman and North Texan Roger Williams was joined by Cleburne High School administrators and Cleburne ISD officials on Thursday to unveil a new bill he co-authored to help address school safety across the nation.
O'Rourke Rejoins White House Bid, Calls Out President TrumpThe former congressman spoke at a park close to his home, saying what happened in El Paso, on the U.S.-Mexico border, "is an attack on America" and "an attack on our ideal of what America can be."
O'Rourke To Address Nation From El Paso As He Rejoins Presidential RaceWhen Beto O'Rourke learned about the mass shooting in El Paso he left the presidential campaign trail to return home. Now the 46-year-old is rejoining the race for the White House.
Governor Abbott Forms Domestic Terrorism Task Force In The Wake Of El Paso ShootingLess than two weeks after a racist gunman killed 22 people and injured 24 others at an El Paso Walmart, Governor Greg Abbott formed a Domestic Terrorism Task Force.
Allen City Councilwoman Lauren Doherty Questions If City Could Have Stopped El Paso Mass ShooterAllen City Councilwoman Lauren Doherty said she has always supported stricter gun laws.
Latina Voting Organizer Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez Enters Race For Cornyn's Senate SeatThe founder of a Latino progressive group in Texas is joining the growing list of Democrats challenging Republican Sen. John Cornyn in 2020.
Uncle Of Orphaned Boy Defends Trump's Appearance In PhotoThe uncle of a 2-month-old boy named Paul whose parents were killed in the El Paso mass shooting is defending a photo tweeted by Melania Trump.
LULAC Demands Action From Lawmakers After Mass Shooting In El PasoThe nation's oldest Latino civil rights organization and some Democratic state lawmakers in Dallas want Governor Greg Abbott to call a special session on gun violence following the deadly rampage in El Paso.
North Texas Mayors Demand Action From Senate On Gun SafetyIn response to the recent mass shootings, mayors across the country are coming together and asking what they can do to prevent future tragedies.
Senator John Cornyn Visits North Texas Discussing Potential Laws To Address Mass ShootingsTexas Republican Senator John Cornyn, says he is willing to consider red flag laws to keep guns away from people who shouldn't have them.
After Recent Shootings, More Relaxed Texas Gun Laws Set To Go Into EffectBefore 22 people were gunned down at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas Republicans went to the Capitol this year with their eyes on new, more lenient gun laws.
President Trump Visits Mass Shooting Survivors, First Responders In El PasoPresident Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited survivors of Saturday's deadly mass shooting at the University Medical Center of El Paso.
Election Fraud Lawsuit By Former Opponent Of Fort Worth City Councilwoman Kelly Allen Gray DismissedA Texas judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the city of Fort Worth by city councilwoman Kelly Allen Gray.
Governor Abbott Meets With El Paso State Lawmakers To Discuss 'Meaningful Solutions' To Mass MurdersGovernor Abbott also announced the state will be providing more than $5.5 million in immediate financial assistance for law enforcement agencies and the community of El Paso.
Some El Paso Residents Before President Trump's Visit: 'Not The Time'While the president intends to share a message of condolence, the overwhelming sentiment in the border city of nearly 700,000 is he isn't welcome.