Arlington Police Officers Honored For Excellence At State CapitolEleven Arlington Police Officers were honored today at the State Capitol in Austin by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement for a variety of outstanding deeds and excellent police work.
Nearly 50 Texas Capitol Employees Vaccinated After Page Diagnosed With Whooping CoughTexas health officials have been offering the vaccinations since Monday, three days after lawmakers were notified that a page had come down with the highly infectious disease.
Oklahoma Teachers End Nearly Two-Week StrikeThe walkout that shuttered schools in districts across the state of Oklahoma for nine days straight has come to an end.
Oklahoma Teacher Walkout Enters Seventh DayClasses remain canceled in Oklahoma's biggest school districts Tuesday as teachers walk out for a seventh day.
Massive Oklahoma Teacher Protests Enter 2nd WeekLawmakers returned to the state Capitol as teachers in the state's largest school districts entered a second week of massive demonstrations to demand more education funding.
Oklahoma Teacher Walkout Stretches Into 5th DayA teachers strike in Oklahoma stretched into a fifth day on Friday, and a state union leader said he doesn't think pending proposals are enough to stop it from extending into next week.
Some Say Teachers Risk Losing Support As Walkout ContinuesProtests and some school closures in Oklahoma will continue for a fourth straight day Thursday amid a movement in red states from West Virginia to Kentucky to Arizona to press for more money in classrooms.
Oklahoma Teachers Rally For More Funding, Say Raise Is Not EnoughThousands of Oklahoma teachers are expected to descend on the state Capitol Monday to demand lawmakers approve more education funding just days after the Legislature did just that.
Gov. Abbott Poses For Pictures With Astros World Series TrophyAbbott donned an Astros jersey and posed with the trophy inside the reception area of his office at the state Capitol on Tuesday.
Texas Governor Says 'Inaccurate' Displays Unfit For CapitolTexas Gov. Greg Abbott's office said Monday that "substantially inaccurate historical statements" don't belong on display at the state Capitol as they seek a review of a Confederate marker that rejects slavery as an underlying cause of the Civil War.
Lawmaker: Texas Governor Supports Confederate Marker RemovalA Texas lawmaker says Republican Gov. Greg Abbott privately told him that he supports removing a Confederate marker inside the State Capitol that rejects slavery as an underlying cause of the Civil War.
Business Leaders Want Bathroom Privacy Bills FlushedThe debate intensifies over bathroom privacy bills as the Special Session begins Tuesday.
North Texans Head To Austin To Rally For LGBTQ RightsBusloads of people are leaving DFW on Monday to rally for LGBTQ rights in Austin. The group will make the trip and then advocate for policies that would improve the livelihood of the state's LGBTQ community.
Texas Teachers Rally Against School Choice BillHundreds of teachers from North Texas traveled to the State Capitol Monday to rally against state-funded education savings accounts.
Texas Teachers In Austin To Lobby LawmakersTeachers from across Texas spent the first day of their Spring Break lobbying lawmakers in Austin.