The Observer follows Food Not Bombs volunteers fighting against Bayou City’s anti-food sharing ordinance.
Since 1980, migrants fleeing poverty, violence, and natural disaster have come here for refuge from an intolerant world.
Feeding Texas is now collecting donations to help pay off school lunch debts and encourage schools to adopt more generous meal policies.
More than 40 percent of Texas families living in poverty are single-mother households.
'Unless we reverse the trends that we’re seeing now, we will be a poorer, less-educated state,' the former state demographer says.
Lawsuit filed Thursday claims Santa Fe officials hiked fines to pad city budget.
As authorities prepared to evict its residents, a reporter spent six weeks in Dallas’ biggest homeless camp.
Some legislators want to keep affordable housing out of their districts — and they've given themselves the power to do it.
Gyna Bivens conceded that her plan for 'most wanted' panhandler posters may be 'somewhat illegal.'