As the Health and Human Services Commission continues to face fierce criticism for contracting problems, one pressing question remains unanswered: Will Executive Commissioner Kyle Janek keep his job?
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The fallout from low oil prices is spreading to another part of the Texas economy: manufacturing.
AUSTIN — The Texas House Energy Resources Committee overwhelmingly approved a bill that would keep cities from regulating certain aspects of oil and gas, including adopting fracking bans.
Hundreds of outside contractors will make the massive move to Toyota’s new headquarters in Plano, joining the 4,000 regular employees asked to relocate.
A Texas conservative leader has launched a rare, perhaps unprecedented, public lobbying campaign urging justices on the Texas Supreme Court to uphold the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Antonio Buehler has been called a passionate advocate for police accountability and an off-his-rocker agitator who revels in the limelight, a champion for civil rights and a threat to those sworn to protect society.
The Texas House, after a several-hour debate punctuated by concerns about racial profiling, gave initial approval Wednesday to a proposed statewide ban on texting and emailing while driving.
The fatal collapse Thursday of a highway bridge over Interstate 35 in the central Texas city of Salado likely will snarl traffic for days, if not weeks.
In a momentous turnabout, the Texas House’s lead public education policymaker said Wednesday the lower chamber will attempt to fix the way the state funds its public schools this legislative session rather than wait for a state Supreme Court ruling.