Experts say the GOP's rhetoric about Section 230 of a 1996 communications law suggests a deep misunderstanding of how it works.
Before leaving office, former President Donald Trump also had a busy day, signing 143 pardons for associates and others accused or convicted of crimes.
Flyin' Diesel Performance & Off Road Event to be held at the Kerrville Municipal Airport will include food/drink vendors
A coordinated effort led by Turtle Creek Volunteer Fire Department spared nearby residences and structures while a brush fire, fueled by high winds and dry conditions, scorched 200 acres of land in the 100 and 400 blocks of Fall Creek Road Thursday afternoon.
A recent EPA decision will allow Texas to regulate water discharges from oil drilling operations. Some lawmakers see a future water supply for the state in the decision, while environmental groups — and some scientists — warn it could be risky.
MacWitheys’ Das Garten Haus was one of few ‘full service’ B&Bs remaining, as these newly retired owners note market changing with the times
A Kerrville Police Department (KPD) officer was injured when his vehicle was involved in a head-on accident reportedly caused by an intoxicated driver Saturday evening at approximately 10:00 PM
The state's health commission gave Planned Parenthood's Medicaid patients until Feb. 3 to find new doctors. Experts say there are limited places low-income patients can go, in part because Texas already has a shortage of doctors who accept Medicaid due to the state’s low payment rates.
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