The 2017 Texas High School Voter Registration Initiative
More than 140 Texas superintendents have signed a pledge to ensure that their respective high school principals participate in the High School Voter Registration Initiative.
Joaquin Castro Considering Challenging Governor Greg Abbott
Will Rep. Castro run for Governor against Greg Abbott?
Barges to Provide Housing for Some Harvey-Displaced Texans
Government officials say floating barges outfitted with living quarters will provide temporary homes for hundreds of Southeast Texas residents displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Did You Know Swords & Switchblades Are Legal in Texas? Previous Restrictions On Knife Carr…
Very few restrictions remain on the legal carry of any bladed tool or weapon in Texas, including large knives, 'switchblades' and even swords.
Texas, US Gas Prices Continue to Surge in Harvey’s Aftermath
Retail gasoline prices in Texas and across the country continue to surge in the aftermath of catastrophic flooding brought by Harvey.
Gas Prices Increase Across United States and Texas
The statewide gas price average in Texas is $2.54. Harvey’s impact continues to drive up gas prices across the country. Every state in the country has seen gas prices increase except for Alaska, Idaho, Hawaii and Utah.
‘Build The Wall’ Takes Back Seat to Rebuilding After Harvey
The U.S. government carefully designed a path of least resistance to building a border wall in Texas, picking places it already owns or controls to quickly begin construction.
Appeals Court Stays Injunction Against Texas Voter ID Law
A federal appeals court panel has stayed a permanent injunction to throw out the Texas law requiring voters to present an accepted photo identification card.