Things To Know From Texas' Tuesday PrimariesThe primary set up Democrats to make inroads in November although they are unlikely to overturn two decades of Republican dominance in Texas politics. Here are some things to know from the first state primary in the nation.
Democrats, Women Candidates Score Big In Texas PrimariesWomen running for Congress surged to big wins and Democrats smashed recent turnout levels in Texas' first-in-the-nation 2018 primary elections, giving Republicans a potential glimpse of what's ahead in the first midterms under President Donald Trump.
Shootings Aren't Big Factor In Texas PrimaryThe first primary of 2018 could offer a test of the re-energized gun-control movement, but the issue has not dominated races in gun-loving Texas, which recently endured a massacre that was deadlier than the Florida high school shooting.
Profiling The Candidates Running In The 32nd Congressional District: George RodriguezGeorge Rodriguez is one of seven Democrats in the primary. "I've been an immigration lawyer for 23 years."
Voters To Decide On Funding Of Crossing Guard ProgramDallas County voters will decide this November if they want to pay to keep school crossing guards on duty.
RJ's Straw DebateWhat seemed like a fairly simple question sparked controversy. 
Denton School Board Moves To Fix School Rename VoteThe Denton school board, accused of violating the Texas Open Meetings Act, tonight moves to cover itself following a recent controversial vote.
Turbulent Senate Race Now In Hands Of Alabama VotersDepending on who is making the case, Alabama's special Senate election Tuesday is about either continuing the "Trump miracle" in Washington or allowing "decency" to prevail back home.