If you have a license to carry a handgun, you might soon be able walk into a building on a college campus in Texas and not be breaking the law.
On Monday evening, Rosemary Lehmberg released a statement talking about her "mistake" and how she is currently seeking "professional help."
It is crunch time at the State Capitol. Texas lawmakers have just two weeks left until the end of the session on Memorial Day.
The nation's gun control future is spilling into Texas history. A new state House bill – HB 928 – is taking the term "Come and Take It" as a namesake - and
Travis County Commissioner Sarah Eckhardt officially launched her 2014 race for county judge Wednesday, which means she'll have to resign her current post.
With flight delays mounting, the Senate approved hurry-up legislation Thursday night to end air traffic controller furloughs blamed for inconveniencing large
Bush left office with a reputation, deserved or not, as one of the most polarizing presidents of our time.
A security scare ripples across the country after the US Secret Service intercepted a letter addressed to President Barack Obama containing a suspicious
The Secret Service expanded its security perimeter at the White House on Monday following the explosions at the Boston Marathon.
Sen. John Whitmire, D-Houston, wants to replace criminal penalties for skipping school with a system of progressive sanctions.
State Sen. Wendy Davis, who has emerged as one of the most visible Democrats in the Capitol this session, says she has no plans to run for governor in 2014.
An East Texas congressman was "rude and irate" after receiving a parking ticket near the Lincoln Memorial earlier this month, according to a police report.
Texas' age-old acting governor policy would undergo a modern-day makeover under a measure awaiting lawmakers' consideration.
George P. Bush made a safe but unpolished debut as a political candidate in Texas on Friday with a speech heavy on Republican themes but without the easy
Recent legislative cuts left the Austin-area more than a million dollars short for critical services for low-income women. Council passed a resolution this
A proposal at the Capitol could coax you to a less-traveled stretch and ease congestion on the Austin-area's main artery - I-35. The idea is to eliminate tolls