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Texas Man Who Tried to Shoot and Kill DPS Trooper Found Dead
Texas DPS trooper Chad Walker was attempting to help a broken down vehicle on U.S. Highway 84 when he was shot once in the head and abdomen.
Vaccinated Texas Nursing Homes See Visitation Restrictions Lifted
Fully vaccinated residents at nursing homes, assisted living centers, and long-term care facilities in Texas will now be able to meet visitors in person.
All Texas Adults Will Be Eligible For The COVID-19 Vaccine On Mar
If you are an adult in Texas and you want to get the COVID-19 vaccine, next week is the week you have been waiting for. The State of Texas announced on Tuesday that all adults, regardless of age, occupation, or pre-existing health issues can start signing up to be vaccinated on March 29th...
Last Member of Texas Public Utility Commission Resigns
PUC Chair Arthur D’Andrea has handed his resignation letter to Governor Abbott after refusing to retroactively adjust the market price for energy in Texas.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues Biden Administration Over Keystone Pipeline
A total of 21 states are suing the Biden administration over the Keystone XL Pipeline, with Texas and Montana leading the way.
Migrant Kids Moved to Midland Facility Amid Border Crisis
More than 100,400 migrants have been apprehended at the border over the last 30 days and more than 500 are arriving every day, according to the U.S. Border Patrol.
Greg Abbott Says Resources on Standby for Inclement Weather
On Tuesday, March 16th, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said that state resources were on standby for inclement weather that was expected to impact the state through Wednesday.
Less Than A Month Remains Of The Vehicle Registration Waiver In Texas
It's time to get those registration stickers updated fellow Texans. Texas Governor Greg Abbott's waiver of different vehicle title and registration requirements will expire on Wednesday, April 14th. The temporary waiver was put into place in March of 2020 to cut down on foot traffic and ri…
Texas Lawmaker Wants To Expand Campus Carry Law To K-12 Schools
It’s been six years since the Texas Legislature passed a bill allowing adults to carry concealed handguns on college campuses if they have a License to Carry. The Democrats and crazy leftist professors warned of blood in the streets and shootouts over relationships, grades, and more.…
Senator Cornyn Urges DHS to Vaccinate Border Agents
A bipartisan group of lawmakers want border patrol agents vaccinated against COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.