By delaying the appeal of a fired Texas Ranger, Director Steve McCraw is also postponing a public reckoning.
TDCJ will allocate $85 million to provide more air conditioning. In the meantime, people are sweltering in their beds.
The second week of the impeachment hearings may be the last. But there’s still a lot of ground to cover.
The attorney general and his wife helped promote a company run by an ex-lobbyist accused in court of breaching his fiduciary duty to other firms.
The Observer follows Food Not Bombs volunteers fighting against Bayou City’s anti-food sharing ordinance.
Diane “Betsy” Cornwell had been accused of emotional abuse and sexual misconduct.
Investigations and prosecutions of homicides involving alleged domestic violence are uneven across Texas.
Short on guards, the state hopes to attract students enrolled in corrections career training programs once they turn 18.
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.
Probation and parole systems remain understaffed and buggy in Texas.