Texas House Speaker Blasts Senate Budget’s Accounting Trick
The Texas Senate's proposed $106.3 billion state budget is now set for a floor vote next week — but it's already being blasted by the Republican head of the House.
Trump Jr. Praises Texas for Backing Father’s White House Bid
Donald Trump Jr. is expressing his appreciation for Texas voters and political leaders for supporting his father in his successful bid for the White House.
Texas Unemployment Rate for January Holds at 4.8 Percent
State labor officials say the Texas unemployment rate held steady in January at a seasonally adjusted 4.8 percent.
AT&T Customers Throughout Texas, Including Lubbock, Unable to Reach 911
AT&T wireless customers throughout Dallas-Ft. Worth, Central Texas and now in Lubbock reported issues with the 911 service Wednesday evening (March 8).
Officials From Mexico and Texas Urge State to Defend NAFTA
Officials from Mexico and Texas are urging the state's lawmakers to defend the North American Free Trade Agreement against Donald Trump's administration, which has been wary of it.
2 Large Texas Wildfires More Fully Contained by Firefighters
Firefighters have more fully contained two large wildfires in West Texas, including one that destroyed four homes and prompted the evacuation of nearly 1,200 others.
Texas Court Hears Case to Limit Gay Marriage Legalization
The Texas Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that conservatives hope will provide an opening to challenge the landmark 2015 ruling legalizing gay marriage nationwide.
Convention of States Legislation Approved By The Texas Senate
Another of the Governor's emergency items will head to the Texas House.