WASHINGTON — Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry gave a surprisingly candid speech on race Thursday in what was touted as an economic blueprint but was framed as an outreach to the black American community.
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ARLINGTON, Texas — Sitting under a patio umbrella display at an Arlington Costco, Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz signed copies of his new memoir for several hundred discount shoppers and other supporters who waited in a line that snaked through aisles and along a wall.
GRANBURY, Texas — Jim Cato and Joe Stapleton just want to get married.
For Texas’ top lawman, what started out as a simple admission of a civil violation could now turn into a major crime.
The process of looking for a new superintendent has begun.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has cleared the way for Oklahoma and other death-penalty states to execute convicted murderers with a lethal injection that relies on a substitute sedative.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with Texas abortion providers and temporarily put on hold a ruling that would have closed about half of the state’s abortion facilities.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Republican, on Sunday advised county clerks, magistrates and others who have religious objections to same-sex marriage that they may opt out of providing services to same-sex couples seeking marriage licenses.
WASHINGTON – After several weeks of fits and starts, Congress last week voted to grant President Obama “fast track” authority to advance an upcoming trade agreement.
The Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet at 5 p.m. Monday to discuss candidates for interim superintendent. The discussion about candidates will take place in closed session.