Federal Government Declares Public Health Emergency For State Of Texas Following Winter StormsThe declaration allows the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to give healthcare providers and suppliers greater flexibility in meeting emergency health needs in disasters.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Seeks $43M In Public Funds To Hire Outside Lawyers For Suit Against GoogleThrough public records requests, the AP obtained contracts Paxton signed last month with two big-name law firms and a letter informing lawmakers of them.
Texas, 9 Other States Sue Google Over 'Anticompetitive Practices, Deceptive Misrepresentations'The lawsuit alleges that Google monopolized or attempted to monopolize products and services used by advertisers and publishers in online-display advertising.
Texas Looks To Bolster 2020 Census EffortThe Atkins Group has launched the "Let's Count Texas" campaign by issuing a call to action to all Texans to participate in the decennial count.
As Businesses Reopen, Texas Reports More Than 1,000 New Coronavirus Cases And 39 More DeathsAs the number of cases increased in Dallas and Tarrant County, health officials with the state on Sunday reported more than 1,000 new cases of coronavirus and 39 additional deaths.
Bumble Teams Up With Texas To Take New 'Cyber Flashing' Law NationalTexas is teaming with Bumble to crack down on people who send unsolicited nude images on dating apps and elsewhere in cyberspace.
LULAC Sues Texas Secretary Of State, AG Over 'Attempts To Suppress Latino Voters'LULAC filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against David Whitley, Texas Secretary of State and Ken Paxton, Attorney General regarding continued attempts by the State of Texas to suppress Latino voters.
Texas Board Of Education Votes To Restore Lessons On Clinton, KellerThe Texas Board of Education preliminarily voted Tuesday night to restore Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller to the state's history curriculum.
Texas Mulls Curriculum That Cuts Helen Keller, Keeps MosesThough teaching board-approved lessons isn't mandatory, its sanctioned curriculum can affect what's published in textbooks.
1st Texas Child To Access Medical Marijuana Inspired By Rockwall GirlState Representative Stephanie Klick, from North Richland Hills, is widely credited with pushing through the current law, but she said she wasn’t always in favor of medical marijuana.
Dallas Church Seeking Reimbursement For Hurricane Harvey CostsHodge says his church is now running low on money, after spending more than $60,000 on food and supplies for 17 people during September and October.
Thousands In Houston Line Up For Food Benefit After HarveyThousands of Houston-area residents still recovering from financial hardships caused by flooding from Harvey nearly six weeks ago lined up outside the city's convention center on Friday to meet the application deadline for state disaster food relief benefits.
Texas Sued Again Over Abortion Year After Supreme Court LossPlanned Parenthood is suing Texas over a new ban on a common abortion procedure that other Republican-controlled states have also tried outlawing in recent years.
Dallas Among Cities Challenging Texas Sanctuary Cities Law In CourtOpponents want a federal judge to block the Texas law banning sanctuary cities, also known as Senate Bill 4, from going into effect September 1.
It's Easier To Get An AR-15 Rifle Than A Handgun In TexasThe owner of a Fort Worth gun store says the AR-15 is perfect for competitive shooting and target practice. The gun carries a lot of ammunition.