Texas

666 new laws signed by the Texas Legislature and Gov. Greg Abbott go into law today (September 1) in Texas.

On Monday (Apr. 27), Texas Governor Gregg Abbott announced that the statewide stay at home order will expire on May 1 and that Phase 1 of reopening Texas will begin on that day. As of Monday, there have been 25,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state and over 660 deaths. In Southeast, Texas there are […]

The Texas House County Affairs Committee has reportedly laid the groundwork for a new piece of legislation that would be known as the Sandra Bland Act.

New York City will reportedly give 1 percent pay increases to police officers who have to wear the cameras.

In response, the FWPD say they will begin an internal investigation into the matter and will prepare a statement to release to the public.

Toyota Center is excited to host the Lone Star Shootout on Saturday, December 17. 811, the national organization designated by the FCC to prevent unintentional strike of underground facilities while digging, is providing free tickets to current Texas A&M, UT, Arizona and Arkansas students for this weekend’s Lone Star Shootout Presented by 811. The Lone Star Shootout Presented […]

Houston, we have a problem election. Texas becomes a swing state in this year’s election, making history since the last election of a Democratic candidate in 1976 (Jimmy Carter). According to Business Insider, Trump is “leading Clinton 43.6 percent to 38.8 percent” in Texas. Texas has been a firm Republican state since 1980, voting red every year (i.e. Mitt […]

A federal Judge in Texas has ruled the state violated an agreement it made in July to soften its voter ID law, one of the strictest in the country and as a result, will have to reprint their voter education materials. In July, a court ruled that the Texas voter ID law discriminated against Blacks […]

A Texas youth football team received death threats after kneeling during the National Anthem.

Ethan Couch's lawyers argue Tarrant County Judge Wayne Salvant had no authority to sentence him to jail because the case was a civil matter, not a criminal one when it was transferred from the juvenile system.