Prominent Republicans Sue Texas Governor Greg Abbott For Expanding Early Voting During PandemicThey argue Gov. Abbott did not have the power to put in place six additional days of early voting without input from the Texas Legislature, which is out of session this year.
Texas Lawmakers Discuss What, If Anything, Should Be Done Legislatively About Youth VapingFort Worth State Senator Beverly Powell said, right now not enough is being done when it comes to prevention education.
Most Texas Lawmakers Won't Say If They're Ready To Crack Down On Roofer FraudWhile only three lawmakers explicitly said they will not support a bill, 60 percent of the legislators The Ones for Justice contacted never responded.
Texas Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Red-Light Camera LawsuitThe Texas Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a class action lawsuit challenging whether red-light cameras are constitutional.
Lack Of Engineering Study May Make Hundreds Of North Texas Red-Light Cameras IllegalAs the battle over red-light cameras heads to the Texas Supreme Court next week, the CBS 11 I-Team found hundreds of red-light cameras across North Texas maybe operating illegally.
Supreme Court Rules To Uphold Texas Redistricting PlansThe Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday to uphold the use of electoral districts in Texas, which a lower court struck down as being racially discriminatory.
Profiling GOP Primary Candidates In State Senate District 8: Angela PaxtonFor Paxton, this race is about her deep ties to Collin County, most of which lies in State Senate District 8.
Profiling GOP Primary Candidates In State Senate District 8: Phillip HuffinesThe district is largely Republican, so analysts believe whoever wins the primary, will become the new state senator.
Texas Cities Seeking More Help With Recovery From Hurricane HarveyOfficials in southeast Texas are calling for state legislators to give communities more assistance as they continue to recover from Hurricane Harvey.
Texans Voting On 7 Proposed Amendments To State ConstitutionTexas voters on Tuesday are deciding on seven proposed amendments to the state's Constitution. No statewide offices are up for grabs on this ballot.
Abbott Signs Bill Banning 'Sanctuary Cities' In TexasIn a Facebook livestream on Sunday, Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill that bans 'sanctuary cities' in Texas. The Texas Legislature passed the bill on Wednesday.
Texas Senate Approves Self-Driving Car RegulationsThe Texas Senate has approved safety standards for self-driving cars, hoping to better regulate technology that's already been tested on the streets of the state capital.
Texas House Approves Drone Ban Over Stadiums & JailsFlying a drone above a large sports arena or a detention center would constitute a crime under a bill approved 120-2 on Thursday by the Texas House. It now only needs a final vote to head to the Texas Senate.
Bill To Help Police & Fire Pension Headed To Texas HouseA state House committee unanimously approved a bill designed to help the troubled Dallas Police & Fire Pension Fund. It now heads to the full House for a vote. But other funding options are still on the table.
Texas Bill Lets Officials Deny Gay Marriage LicensesThe Texas Senate has preliminarily approved a hotly debated bill allowing county judges and other officials to refuse to issue marriage licenses for same-sex couples because of personal religious objections.