Republicans say they have built a major advantage by resuming door-knocking more quickly and aggressively amid the coronavirus pandemic, while Democrats say they are being the more responsible party while reaching voters in other ways.
Uvalde Police Department officers wrote 166 tickets, which are all expected to be dismissed
The request is the latest chapter in a scandal-plagued recent history for the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, which has experienced high turnover rates among staff and leadership.
A local hero, DPS Sgt Jason Sanchez, is scheduled to speak at an upcoming Devine City Council meeting this October in a community outreach presentation regarding child trafficking. It’s a topic that is near and dear to his heart, as he was able to rescue a young girl from trafficking in May of 2015 in nearby Frio County.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick doubled down on his inflammatory comments from last March about letting seniors die so the COVID-19 lockdowns could end and everyone could get back to work.
In what it is calling a "mid-seven-figure" effort, the governor's political campaign is working to save the Republican majority in the state House and make voters aware of judicial races.
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs is proposing that people with certain criminal convictions be temporarily or permanently blocked from living in tax-supported developments that provide support services.
By the City of Uvalde, October 14, 2020 Effective Monday, October 12, the City and County of Uvalde has met the criteria to rescind the State of Texas mandatory mask mandate, therefore, the mandate is no longer in effect. However, individual businesses that choose to exercise their right to keep mask requirements in place will […]
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