Statewide News

A Very Public Learning Experience for Patrick

It takes a while for kids to hone their gross motor skills, much less their fine ones. Politicians, too. Look at Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.

Abbott signals break from Perry era

 

Man in critical condition after shooting in Bayard

New Mexico State Police are investigating a shooting in Grant County, NM that left a man in critical condition overnight.

Parents shot by their toddler in Albuquerque hotel charged with child abuse

The parents of a toddler have been charged with child abuse after their 3-year-old son shot them both, according to a new Mexico criminal complaint.

Albuquerque school asks parents to donate wine when dropping off, picking up kids

Wine and school usually don't mix, but parents of students at Cottonwood Classical Preparatory School in Albuquerque, New Mexico were told they can donate wine in the student drop-off and pick-up area.

For State's Seismologist, Earthquakes Will Be the Easy Part of the Job

David Craig Pearson remembers the first time he felt the earth tremble beneath his feet. Mother Nature wasn’t to blame. The U.S. military was. 

For State's Seismologist, Earthquakes Will Be the Easy Part of the Job

David Craig Pearson remembers the first time he felt the earth tremble beneath his feet. Mother Nature wasn’t to blame. The U.S. military was. 

For State's Seismologist, Quakes Will Be the Easy Part

David Craig Pearson remembers the first time he felt the earth tremble beneath his feet. Mother Nature wasn’t to blame. The U.S. military was.

See vaccine exemptions in Texas by school district

    *Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Texas teen beaten for cursing?

A Houston, Texas teenager and his parents have filed a lawsuit against the Pasadena Independent School District and an on-campus police officer.

Abbott, Hegar Propose Overhauling Events Fund Subsidies

In the latest move to change how the state uses financial incentives to boost the economy, Gov.

Drug Testing for Welfare Benefits Back on the Table

For years, GOP lawmakers have tried to make drug testing mandatory for some Texans who receive state welfare benefits, with little success.  

Echoes of Fights Past in Health Agency Consolidation

Here we go again.

Bills Require Warnings for Immigrants About Pleas

Many immigrants who faced misdemeanor charges last fiscal year were not told how their pleas could affect their immigration status.