More than a year since abortions became illegal in Texas, disabled people have become a “missing population” at the clinics still providing them out...
Gov. Greg Abbott stops in North Texas to campaign against a fellow Republican who voted ‘no’ on his voucher proposal
The campaign event is one of several stops Governor Greg Abbott made to campaign against Republicans who voted against his voucher proposal.
Paxton’s securities fraud trial has been delayed for years by a number of pretrial disputes, including how much the special prosecutors should be paid.
Authorities say seven family members who were slain in a Chicago suburb were the mother, brother, three sisters, aunt and uncle of the suspect.
The contribution is the largest single campaign donation in Texas history, according to Abbott’s campaign.
A freshman in Congress, Crockett is trying to find her audience and her uncensored barbs and musings have helped launch her into the spotlight.
The Coalition for the Homeless argues it’s more expensive to leave people on the street than it is to permanently house them. And they're...
An influx of highly educated people from other states helped shift the state’s economic fortune. But in many parts of Texas, residents are struggling...
Birdwatchers are flocking to Resaca de la Palma State Park after the sighting.
22 people, including two physicians, filed suit arguing that "vague" medical exceptions allowed under state law make medical professionals hesitant to help.
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of AG Paxton's appeal, these bans will remain in place, severely limiting abortions and access in Texas.
Texas has the lowest outmigration rate in the U.S., but the people who did leave mostly went to California and Florida.
Not only does Bloomberg list 51-year-old Baton Rouge native Todd Graves as the richest person in Louisiana, but also as the 307th wealthiest person...
TxDOT is partnering with a startup company to launch a program designed to improve self-driving trucks on Texas roadways.
Vice President Kamala Harris and the second gentleman will also attend, according to the White House.
The Carter Center wants others to honor her trailblazing initiatives.
The CDC announced the release of more than 77,000 additional doses of Beyfortus, a monoclonal antibody designed to protect against RSV.
The Texas House also voted to spend $1.5 billion on new state border walls, though that measure must be reconciled with the Senate version.
Jury rules against Texas professor who claimed suburban community college retaliated against him for political speech
The professor alleged the North Texas school violated his rights when he advocated for removing Confederate statues and criticized the college’s COVID-19 plans.
Twenty women are challenging the state’s abortion laws, saying they were unable to get the health care they needed for their medically complex pregnancies.