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If Texas politicians seem to be tinkering at the edges of major issues like the pandemic, electric blackouts and education, an election year is the... [Read More]
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As Texas universities and colleges begin a fifth semester during the COVID-19 pandemic, many students say they are struggling with uncertainty and an indifference toward... [Read More]
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The indictment comes as Miller seeks a third term as agriculture commissioner. Miller is up against two Republican challengers in the March primary, state Rep.... [Read More]
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The secretary of state's office says it has been forced to limit the amount of forms it gives out to no more than 2,000 per... [Read More]
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O'Rourke's campaign revealed the haul Tuesday, saying it came from over 115,600 donations. [Read More]
The latest fundraising figures in the governor's race confirm what's long been seen as the state of play: O'Rourke is a strong fundraiser, but Abbott,... [Read More]
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Scientists say a study that estimated far more golden-cheeked warblers in Texas than previously thought has been attacked and taken out of context as the... [Read More]
School districts have said they will abide by the law, but it's still unclear how they will determine whether a student's birth certificate was issued... [Read More]
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The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' decision means it could take months before abortion providers' challenge to the restrictive law returns to a federal... [Read More]
Texas will soon surpass its previous COVID-19 hospitalization record. Doctors and nurses say they can't keep up this pace for much longer and implore people... [Read More]
The last day to register to vote is Jan. 31. The last day to apply for a ballot by mail is Feb. 18. Early voting... [Read More]
Some of the same voting debates underway when Martin Luther King Jr. was alive are still being debated right now in Texas and in Washington,... [Read More]
News of Congregation Beth Israel hostages' safe escape is met with intense relief, but communities feel pain and fear over the latest in a series... [Read More]
News of Congregation Beth Israel hostages' safe escape is met with intense relief, but communities feel pain and fear over the latest in a series... [Read More]
Officials in the state's major metropolitan areas are increasingly scrambling to find health care workers to deal with a wave of patients with COVID-19. [Read More]
In this week's episode, Matthew speaks with Jolie and Alexa about a potentially influential court case in Gov. Greg Abbott's effort to arrest migrants at... [Read More]
Here's something Democrats and Republicans have in common: When lawmakers are deadlocked, leaders turn to the rulebooks, searching for angles and rule changes that would... [Read More]
Democrats' options for passing a voting rights bill dwindle as tensions escalate in the Senate. [Read More]
The Travis County district attorney, a Democrat, says the Republican attorney general has four days to provide communications, multiple Texas news outlets first reported. [Read More]
School district leaders are desperately trying to fill vacant roles to stay open and some say they have no choice but to close. [Read More]
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