Hecklers have repeatedly interrupted a speech by Gov. Rick Perry, demanding that Texas expand the Medicaid program under the health care reform law.
Texas lawmakers have given final approval to an overhaul of the Texas Water Development Board as the state grapples with how to manage water resources amid
One week to go, and the current Texas legislative session will be finished. But that does not mean lawmakers will go home for the summer.
Republicans control both chambers of the Texas Legislature, but that hasn't kept them from reaching an impasse over the state budget.
The Republican governor of Texas was on the tarmac at noon Thursday to greet the Democratic president of the United States at Austin Bergstrom International
The governor touts Texas' business climate and says he'll greet President Obama when he arrives in Austin on Thursday.
In 2011, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives listed around 150 gun makers in Texas, from mom-and-pop shops to big companies.
A major tax bill that is pivotal to Gov. Rick Perry's demand for tax relief has ballooned above $1 billion in potential breaks as debate gets under way in the
With some gun makers feeling unwelcome in their home states, Gov. Rick Perry says Texas will happily take their business.
Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz were among opening-day speakers at the NRA convention in Houston.
National Rifle Association members are fighting a "culture war" that stretches beyond gun rights, the organization's incoming president said Friday.
Public universities in Texas would have to offer students fixed four-year tuition prices under a bill that has cleared a key House vote.
Shield Tactical, a small business once located in California that sells firearms parts and related gear, formally made its move to Texas on Wednesday with Gov.
The governor has proposed a $1.6 billion tax cut after the Texas economy bounced back from recession.
Dr. Joe Eltidge Thigpen, the father of Texas first lady Anita Perry, has died, the Governor's Office said Tuesday. He was 92.
The Senate approved a bill Tuesday that requires auditors to closely scrutinize the decade-old program.