It’s unclear if Paxton has unblocked others on Twitter who were not named in the lawsuit.
On some of the major issues facing the Texas Legislature — police behavior, expanding Medicaid or allowing unlicensed carry of handguns — voters and lawmakers aren't always in sync.
Pest not harmful to humans, but in large numbers can damage trees Many Texans will tell you one of the strangest sights in early spring is the…
A new look at Texas attitudes and preferences aims to find a way out of our politically polarized public square.
AUSTIN — In 2006, mystery author and musical humorist Kinky Friedman ran for governor of Texas as an independent on the slogan: “Why the hell …
The Texas Legislature has declined to pass any broad expansion of state and federal health care coverage for uninsured Texans since the Affordable Care Act of 2010 required states to expand Medicaid — a provision later struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court.
If the calamity and catastrophe of the last year taught us anything, it’s that we must do more to ensure our newsroom resembles Texas — and our journalism better reflects the communities we cover.
The Washington Post, citing two federal health officials, said the decision was a bid to push Texas toward expanding Medicaid.
FEMA said in a press release that any claims already in the system at that point will still be processed, but no new applications will be accepted after May 20.
Texas A&M Forest Service, Texas Children in Nature Network, Texan by Nature partner to launch interactive website A new Nature Challenge w…
The state’s main power grid operator asked Texans to conserve power Tuesday afternoon and into the evening as the electricity grid is barely keeping up with the demand for electricity.
A higher than expected amount of plant outages for maintenance — and a stalled cold front — created tight conditions for the grid Tuesday.
Abbott cited protecting personal freedoms in his executive order signed Tuesday.
Texans in ERCOT's service area who lost electricity were without power for an average of 42 hours, according to the study. They had been told to prepare for short-term, rolling outages.
Some businesses are already seeing customers return. But the numbers of people seeking unemployment aid surged in recent weeks to levels not seen since July. Many of them still face problems getting through to the Texas Workforce Commission.
The newly revised number is nearly twice the 57 that state health officials had estimated last week, and will likely continue to grow.
Grassroots organizers and county employees are organizing registration events in some of the underserved neighborhoods in the city. But they still worry it won't be enough.
Texans face challenges trying to book a vaccine appointment through a time-consuming process that inherently favors people who have easy access to internet and transportation. The situation is contributing to inequitable access for many people in the state.
Tuesday’s shootings in Atlanta left six Asian women dead. Asian Texans say they’re being targeted, too.
White Texans are being vaccinated at nearly twice the rate of Hispanic Texans and more than six times the rate of Black Texans, according to state data.
Course is for homeowner septic system servicing in approved counties The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is adding “Homeowner Mainten…
This timeline tracks COVID-19’s rampage through Texas over the last year: the growing death toll, the policy decisions made in response to the pandemic that often influenced its course, and the stories of some of the Texans claimed by the virus.
In cities with diverse populations, people of Asian descent say they continue to be encouraged to help their fellow Texans weather the health crisis. Listen in the weekend edition of The Brief podcast.
In 1930, Texans added a constitutional provision preventing the passage of non-emergency items for the first 60 days — nearly 43% of the session.