A grand jury indicted Christopher Taylor after the 2020 shooting of Michael Ramos in South Austin. He is believed to be the first Austin officer ever prosecuted for murder after an on-duty killing.
Capitol-area performers remain committed to their art in the face of persecution.
Despite ACLU win in lower court, an appeal by the state means transgender kids and their families will feel the devastating effects of the ban.
Learn4Life of San Antonio suspended Michael Gonzales after he tweeted a picture of himself in his classroom beside a pride flag.
SB 12 has already sent a chill of fear and uncertainty through the LGBTQ+ community.
Researchers have identified dozens of members of the white nationalist group—and no, they’re not “feds.”
Data from the Department of Public Safety shows that bias incidents against queer people occur at more than four times the rate of all hate crimes.
Eight more women have joined a lawsuit asking the courts to clarify exceptions to Texas abortion law for unviable pregnancies.
A bizarre Dallas case involving the alleged impersonation of a judge on Zoom tests the state's opaque system of judicial accountability.
Headed for the governor’s desk, SB 14 shows the Legislature has no idea what healthcare for trans kids even is.