MCALLEN, Texas — The Border Patrol’s top official visited an immigrant processing center in a converted warehouse Wednesday to promote a public awareness campaign aimed at preventing Central American immigrants from ending up in this border city.
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Texas racing officials Tuesday refused to retreat from approving a controversial new way to gamble at tracks statewide, even though that decision could jeopardize funding needed to keep the agency and racetracks alike open.
Dallas-area home prices surged again in June, ranking among the biggest gains for a major metro area nationwide.
Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to visit Mexico City on Labor Day weekend, his first trip abroad as governor, and will lead a delegation of Texans eager to move forward amid turbulent times between once-solid neighbors, The Dallas Morning News has learned.
The Federal Railroad Administration announced this month that the general route preferred by the project developer of a high-speed rail line between Dallas and Houston is indeed the best choice.
McKINNEY — Residents of the historic district say the city’s mounted patrol is part of what makes their neighborhood unique.
The Old Red Courthouse may get new tenants and a new use, if county officials hire a consulting firm next Tuesday.
AUSTIN — A Travis County jury acquitted former Texas cancer agency executive Jerald “Jerry” Cobbs on Tuesday of a charge that he advanced an $11 million state grant through deception.
AUSTIN — Texas high school graduates showed only slight improvement in college readiness on the ACT this year, with 27 percent of test takers meeting the readiness benchmarks in English, math, reading and science.
In the weeks before the new school year started this month, reports surfaced about North Texas public school educators accused of having sexual contact with students: Lake Dallas, Hurst, Dennison, Melissa, Irving.