Abbott Won't Say If He Voted For Incumbent Texas RepublicansGov. Greg Abbott has refused to say if he voted for other statewide officeholders from his own Republican party in the Texas primary. He said the "ballot is secret. It will remain secret."
Texas House Orders Study Before Using Poison On Feral HogsTexas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller's planned "feral hog apocalypse" won't be happening anytime soon.
Texas Ag Commissioner Approves Pesticide Targeting Wild PigsThe move has upset hunters, who’ve gathered more than 1,200 signatures in opposition within two days.
Sheriff Criticizes Texas Ag Commissioner's Account Of 'Attack'A claim by Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller that "illegal aliens" attacked a hunting party in remote West Texas is being discounted by the local sheriff who says the hunters fired on one another.
Texas Official Says Worker Fired For Offensive Clinton TweetTexas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller says he fired a campaign worker who posted an obscene reference to Hillary Clinton on Miller's official Twitter account.
Texas Ag Commissioner Uses Obscenity For Clinton On TwitterThe tweet used the C-word instead of the name, Clinton when talking about a poll where Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton.
Top Texas Official Won't Apologize For Muslim-Bombing PostTexas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller won't apologize for a shared post on his Facebook page that appears to suggest using an atomic bomb on the Muslim population, a spokesman for the Republican said Monday.
Texas Tea Party Even Stronger After RunoffsLosing ground elsewhere across the country, the tea party emerged from Tuesday's Texas primary runoffs mightier than ever in the nation's biggest conservative stronghold.
Miller Wins GOP Nod For Agriculture CommissionerFormer lawmaker Sid Miller has won the Republican nomination for Texas agriculture commissioner after a runoff boosted by a rare endorsement from Gov. Rick Perry.
Runoffs Will Decide Several Texas RacesA scramble to fill statewide offices in one of the biggest turnovers in Texas government history began with Tuesday's primary, but several of the key contests will require runoffs.