After the passage of a road safety bill in 2021, proponents see another opportunity.
The 30-year-old congressional candidate could be the first Latina Democrat to represent the Valley in the U.S. House, if she can defeat a well-funded Republican.
The "One Ann Only," a new collection of photographs and quotes, captures the unforgettable singularity of Texas’ last Democratic governor.
Our people are searching for new leadership, and progressive Democratic Latinas are a viable option.
The organizer, groundbreaking Austin policymaker, and congressional nominee plans to be the House’s ‘most pro-labor’ member.
Abbott’s shameless lurch to the right pays off, while Paxton may finally pay a price for clownish corruption in a runoff battle.
Despite its vital role regulating oil and gas companies, the Railroad Commission has long operated in the shadows. Thanks to a provocative TikTok, and the aftermath of Winter Storm Uri, the agency is having its moment.
With bans on books and “critical race theory,” Republicans are scapegoating the state’s teachers for political gain.
The embattled state attorney general is hoping to get by with a little help from his friends.
A Texas photographer finds himself shoulder to shoulder with rioters on January 6, 2021.