$4.4B In Federal Childcare Aid Heading To TexasCalling safe, affordable childcare critical to the economic recovery, the federal government is sending billions of dollars to Texas to support families and the childcare centers that allow parents to work.
Deadline To Apply For FEMA Aid For Texas' Winter Storms ExtendedFEMA has already approved more than $141 million in aid to individuals affected by the Texas winter storms.
Airbnb Bans Unauthorized Parties In Texas During Fourth Of JulyNow more than a year into the pandemic, Airbnb is thinking ahead, to summer, by announcing a block on 1-night reservations during the Fourth Of July weekend of entire home listings in Texas.
Ramsey Clark, Dallas Native And Former US Attorney General, Dies At 93Ramsey Clark, a native of Dallas, former U.S. attorney general and legal activist, has died at the age of 93, according to his granddaughter.
Man Wanted In Dallas For Child Sexual Assault Charges, Jose Gerardo Ibarra Arrested At U.S.-Mexico BorderU.S. Customs and Border Protection agents arrested Jose Gerardo Ibarra at the Pharr International Bridge on April 6.
Texas To Receive About Half A Million Less Vaccine Doses Next Week Due To Manufacturing IssueThe decrease is due to a manufacturing issue with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which cut the state’s shipment of that vaccine by about three-fourths of what it was last week.
Texas GOP Chair Allen West Champions Election Bills As Opponents Increase Efforts Against ThemCivil rights and community organizations and prominent Texas Democrats are increasing their campaign against two controversial Texas election bills -- Senate Bill 7 and House Bill 6.
Texas Senate Passes Bill Requiring National Anthem Be Played At Pro Sporting EventsThe Texas Senate passed a bill Thursday that would require the playing of the national anthem at professional sporting events in venues funded by taxpayers.
1 Dead, 5 Injured In Shooting At Business In Bryan, Texas, Suspect Identified As Employee Larry BollinA suspect is in custody after a shooting that left one person dead and five others injured, four of them critically, at a business in Bryan, Texas, Thursday afternoon, police said.
Texas Gov. Abbott Challenges President Biden's Executive Actions On GunsIn response to President Joe Biden's executive actions, Gov. Greg Abbott tweeted that the president is "threatening our 2nd Amendment rights” and that "we will not allow this in Texas."
Texas DPS Trooper Shot While Pursuing Bryan, Texas Business Shooting SuspectA Texas state trooper was shot while pursuing the suspect of a mass shooting at a business in Bryan that left one person dead and five others injured, officials said.
Federal Officials Investigating Child Abuse Allegations At Texas Migrant FacilityAfter Gov. Abbott said he received reports from state agencies about allegations of child abuse at a Texas migrant facility, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will be investigating the claims, the White House said.
'Just Common Sense,' Texas House Committee Hears Bill To Close Background Checks Loophole In Private Gun SalesHouse Bill 118 would close the loophole that allows people to buy guns in this state through an unlicensed seller without first undergoing a background check.
Viewers In North Texas Report Seeing Mysterious Streak Of Lights In Sky"What was that?" That's the question some people in North Texas have as they witnessed a strange streak of lights in the night sky Wednesday.
Texas Gov. Abbott Says State Agencies Reporting Child Abuse, Sexual Assault At San Antonio Migrant FacilityTexas Gov. Greg Abbott says state agencies have reported allegations of sexual abuse and child neglect at the migrant facility in San Antonio.