‘Drinking Through A Lead Straw’ — $15B Approved To Fix Dangerous Water Pipes

HOUSTON — No one knows exactly how many lead pipes deliver water to homes, schools and businesses throughout America — or even...

Many Texas Restaurants May Not Survive Pandemic

As the political debate rages about whether Texas is moving too fast or not fast enough to get back to business, there...

Texas high-speed rail project dodges bullet after budget rider dies

Norihiro Kataoka The Dallas-Houston high-speed rail project dodged a bullet this week, when lawmakers hashing out the state budget released their decision to strike a...

Texas Driver’s License Offices Reopening in Phases

The Texas Department of Public Safety will begin a phased opening of driver’s license offices starting Tuesday, with limited services being offered...

Gov. Greg Abbott to Crowdfund Border Wall, Dan Patrick Issues Approval

Last week Governor Greg Abbot announced his plans for Texas to build its own wall at the Mexico border, and as questions...

Texas Regulators Narrow Exemptions to Natural Gas Critical Infrastructure Rule

After being rebuked in the media, a Texas Senate hearing and hundreds of public comments for allowing natural gas companies to pay...

Texas Windstorm Insurance Rates Unchanged Now, but Another Look Coming

The Board of Directors of the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association voted Tuesday to leave rates as is for now and to revisit...

Texas Retailers Ready to Start To-go Service

Retailers in Texas can start offering curbside pickups today. The partial reopening is part of Gov. Greg Abbott’s phased plan to help...

Texas Runs Risk of Census Undercount, Which Would Hurt

The year 2020 will be one to remember given the pandemic, the economic downturn, and protests for justice and police reform. It’s...

Help With Rent is Available to Texans in Need, But it May Not Be...

As the beginning of a new month approaches, some Texans in need may be able to get help with one of their...

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