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Alejandro Serrano, The Texas Tribune

Alejandro Serrano, The Texas Tribune
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Texans Asked To Conserve Energy Monday As Expected Demand Likely To Put Strain On...

The Texas power grid operator is asking residents to conserve power Monday morning when a blast of cold weather is expected to bring temperatures...

In Late-night Testimonies, Relatives of Uvalde Victims Call on Texas Lawmakers to Advance Gun...

With emotional testimony about their own experiences, parents of children who were killed in the Uvalde school shooting urged a Texas House committee late Tuesday to...

After Years of Little Progress, Texas Gun Control and Safety Advocates See Some Small...

As someone who wants firearms better secured in a state that’s long balked at additional gun regulations, Leesa Ross expected opposition to some proposed...

At Schools Across Houston, Students and Parents Protest Texas Education Agency’s Takeover of State’s...

HOUSTON — The chants began two minutes before the first bell at Sinclair Elementary School. “I don’t know what I’ve been told. TEA is really...

Texas Lawmakers’ Attempts To Ban School Library Books Deemed Inappropriate For Kids Spur Confusion...

State Rep. James Talarico’s favorite book includes nine sex scenes and a sexual assault and happens to be a Texas classic. If not the great...

Texas Lawmaker Again Tries To Block Discriminatory Hairstyle Bans In Schools And Workplaces

Lawmakers in Texas will consider prohibiting race-based hair discrimination under a proposal that was inspired by the experiences of two Black high schoolers who...

Ken Paxton’s Campaign Against Election Crimes Ensnared A Texas Justice Of The Peace Three...

DEVINE — In this small town of a few thousand people southwest of San Antonio, Tomas Ramirez III spent a decadeslong law career walking...

Does Texas Law Require The Ouster Of Houston ISD’s School Board? It’s More Complicated...

Published March 8, 2023 As concerns grow about the Texas Education Agency ousting the Houston Independent School District’s elected board, a question with major practical...

Pot Of Gold

This article was originally published by the Texas Observer, a nonprofit investigative news outlet. Sign up for their weekly newsletter, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.On June 10, 2019, Governor...
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