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McAllen has to air its expensive laundry, thanks to new state...

No longer protected by a state disclosure law loophole, the City of McAllen revealed this week that it spent $485,000 in taxpayer money to...

Democratic groups sue Texas over rejected voter applications

The Texas Democratic Party and the Democratic campaign arms of both the U.S. House and Senate allege that Texas violated federal and state voting...

Federal appeals court sides with UT-Austin over Confederate statue removal

The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the University of Texas at Austin can legally remove Confederate statues from its campus,...

Group protests deaths in Bexar County jail

Former convicts and families of current prisoners protested Saturday on the steps of the Bexar County Adult Detention Center, demanding an investigation into an...

Bexar County Emergency Services District fighting San Antonio annexation

Bexar County Emergency Services District 5 officials say a planned 2,200-acre annexation by the City of San Antonio could hinder their ability to provide...

Federal judge dismisses claim against Harris County DA in wrongful conviction...

Federal Judge Lee Rosenthal dismissed a claim against Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg brought by a former death row inmate who was wrongfully...

The bad times keep rolling in La Joya

Frances Salinas, former interim director of the housing authority in the Rio Grande Valley town of La Joya, has been charged with brokering a...

IRS joins list of those with questions for VisitDallas

The Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau failed to properly report its income to the IRS, resulting in an investigation and fines from the Internal...

Gregg County inmate on the lam for three days unbeknownst to...

Officials at the Gregg County Jail didn’t realize an inmate had been missing for three days until shortly before he was recaptured near Gladewater...