A new documentary alleges that $280 million reserved for indigent healthcare and hospitalization in Austin has been improperly diverted to Dell Medical School.
Renter, Beware: Millions of Texans Could Soon Face Higher Fees for Late Rent, with Little Recourse to Fight Back
Tenant advocates say proposed legislation nearing the governor’s desk could lead to increased evictions.
Judges and an aggrieved defense bar are derailing talks to build a public defender’s office in Travis County.
The Austin judge presiding over two defamation cases against the InfoWars founder indicated there’s a solid chance Jones will have to go to trial — again.
D’Souza is lying to his audiences on a vast scale, making them more immune to a shared reality.
Texas Greens say a vote for Stein isn’t a vote for Trump, promote down-ballot candidates.
Unpacking the heat about guns on campus, plus Trump supporters explain their support for the Donald — or at least give it their best shot.
From deleted answers to missing test books, Texas’ new test vendor almost left us pining for Pearson. Almost.