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Texas mass shootings: committee talks mental illness

A person attending a vigil for Leilah Hernandez, one of the victims of the shootings in Odessa and Midland, lights a...

Families of the Disabled Worry About Loved Ones in State-Run Homes During COVID-19

Texans with disabilities who live in state-run facilities are a particularly vulnerable part of our state’s population. More than...

Texas Police to Get Anti-Bias Training

Carried inside a gold casket and pulled by a horse-drawn carriage, George Floyd was put to rest Tuesday at Houston Memorial Gardens...

Can Fluffy or Fido Get COVID-19? Will They Give it to Me?

You may be cooped up at home with your pets as COVID-19 surges in Texas, but is the dog park a safe...

Paroled Inmates Still in Texas Prisons — and in Danger

Nearly six months into the pandemic, prisoners in Texas are stuck in a dangerous limbo thanks to the coronavirus. Thousands of prisoners...

Will Hurricane Delta Hit or Miss Texas?

All eyes are on Hurricane Delta, which pelted the beautiful beaches of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula with flooding and major wind damage.

Two Texans Endorsed By Biden Advance Nominations To Lead Federal Agencies

San Antonio’s Rob Santos and Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez have advanced the nominations on the Senate Homeland Security Committee.

Smart Guns Arriving In U.S Stir Up Concern In Firearms Market

Jan 11 (Reuters) - Personalized smart guns, which can be fired only by verified users, may finally become available to U.S. consumers...

Gunman Kills 19 Children, 2 Teachers At Texas Elementary School

UVALDE, Texas, May 24 (Reuters) - A teenage gunman murdered at least 19 children and two teachers after storming into a Texas elementary school...

Texas Officials Focus On Mental Health, Not Gun Reform After Uvalde

“Anybody who shoots somebody else has a mental health challenge. Period,” said Gov. Greg Abbott to Texans after the nation suffered the...

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