"This could have an impact on property values, student enrollment...you're talking about dollars," Dallas Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde told WFAA.
Congressman Greg Casar says Texas could also make money selling its power to other states
The senior pastor positioned himself as a leader who would represent all Texans in contrast to Cruz.
Environmental group blasts ERCOT policy to pay cryptocurrency mining companies to stop operations during peak power demand
The executive director of the group Environment Texas believes the state power grid operator should pay residential customers for conservation instead.
Most morning appointments for Friday, Sept. 8, have been canceled statewide, DPS officials said. Three North Texas mega centers are the state's sole exceptions.
Volunteers have so far unearthed about 400 Sauropod and Therapod tracks at one site in the dried riverbed.
There have been attempts to paint the impeachment of the attorney general as political, but there is bipartisan agreement about what led up to...
Critics argued the definition of the law is so broad, it could include the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders.
Travis County judge temporarily blocks Texas bill that bans puberty blockers, hormone therapy for trans kids; Attorney general’s office appeals
The appeal means the law is still set to go into effect on Sept. 1.
The law would require adult content websites like PornHub to have age verifications and health warnings before users can enter the websites.
A prison guard says she was forced to stay at her post during labor pains. Texas is fighting compensation for her stillbirth.
The seven-months-pregnant officer reported contraction-like pains at work, but said she wasn’t allowed to leave for hours.
The district's board is scheduled to vote Thursday evening on whether to ask the state for a waiver from the new requirement.
HB 3, passed only a few months ago, requires armed security on every school campus. Districts are scrambling to find help before the new...
Texas A&M's interim president released documents regarding two high-profile cases involving staff.
‘If you’re doing donuts, we intend to arrest you … put you behind bars’ | Abbott signs bills cracking down on street racing, takeovers
Abbott and other officials spoke about the impact of the laws and interagency cooperation in addressing street racing and street takeovers in Texas.
Texas prisoners will no longer receive physical letters, photographs after digital system implemented, TDCJ says
Mail addressed to prisoners will now go to a central location where letters will be scanned and uploaded to prisoners' tablet devices.
The incident has motivated a mother and her child who were in attendance to open up after experiencing pushback from residents.
Suspended Attorney General Ken Paxton is required to attend his own impeachment trial. But will he testify? What will his defense be?
Mike Miles has wasted no time in restructuring schools and proposing administrative layoffs.