Health experts and local leaders want stricter state orders to keep Texans at home, but for now, Gov. Greg Abbott is leaving the decisions on “shelter-in-place” to local officials.
As New Year after New Year becomes last year and the year before, we begin to say goodbye more and more often. Those goodbyes are to friends and loved ones, things and places.
AUSTIN — After the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit declared the individual mandate in “Obamacare” unconstitutional on Dec. 18, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton expressed his agreement.
Big election campaigns take years to mount. So some politicians aren’t thinking about the 2020 elections. They’re dreaming and planning for 2022.
AUSTIN — Texans applying for federal funds for housing repairs and reimbursements relating to Hurricane Harvey damages face an important deadline.
It is much easier to influence a political contest when the voters are unfamiliar with the candidates. That’s why the 11 candidates in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate were so upset that a national group tapped MJ Hegar as its favorite in the race.