Statewide News

Countdown to Opening Day: Rangers giveways

Part of the ballpark experience is the nightly giveaways!

Regents Meeting on Next UT-Austin President

With the search narrowed down to three candidates, the University of Texas System Board of Regents will meet Wednesday to discuss a replacement for Bill Powers as president of the University of Texas at Austin. 

Texas Priest Taking Confessions Over Snapchat

     Instead of turning to church to confess your sins , would you instead turn to your phone? A Texas priest is doing just that by offering confessions through the APP "Snapchat."

Regents Meeting on Next UT-Austin President

With the search narrowed down to three candidates, the University of Texas System Board of Regents will meet Wednesday to discuss a replacement for Bill Powers as president of the University of Texas at Austin.

Senators consider ditching business franchise tax

 

DHS fight hits home in Texas border town

For residents of this town just across the bridge from Mexico, it's hard to understand how a Washington political fight could end up threatening the livelihood of people charged with securing the border.

Anonymous Texas priest offers snapchat confessions

Instead of turning to church to confess your sins, could you instead turn to your phone?

State waits for directions to declassify Colonias

 

Conservatives Join Push to Pay Care Workers More

Nearly every day for the past seven years, after dropping her daughter off at school, Maria Medina has driven to the home of Renee Lopez, a woman to whom she bears no relation but has come to know almost as well as family.

More troopers, less surging under GOP border bill

 

Countdown to Opening Day: Rangers big on taste

They say everything is bigger in Texas and that certainly holds true at Globe Life Park concession stands.

Texas GOP leaders say they won't expand Medicaid

 

'I am the proud son of an immigrant'

I think back to 56 years ago: What if?

Car sticker rules starting Sunday could confuse Texas drivers

 A new single-sticker system for inspecting and registering millions of Texas vehicles begins on Sunday, and some lawmakers are warning that the change will confuse Texas drivers. 

Homeland Security fund fight down to wire