Elon Musk Warns Austin, Texas, to Avoid Becoming a ‘San Francisco Copycat’
The city of Austin, Texas, might be liberal, but it has yet to become the fecal-infested drug den that is San Francisco. Tesla CEO Elon Musk hopes it stays that way. Read More.
75 Migrants, Including Small Child, Found Locked in Refrigerated Trailer near Border in Texas
Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agents found a group of 75 migrants locked inside a refrigerated tractor-trailer rig at an immigration checkpoint near the Texas-Mexico border. The migrants locked inside the 58-degree trailer included a four-year-old child. Read More.
Texas Residents Are Among the Least Likely To Own Their Own Homes in the Nation
Homeownership is a longstanding aspiration for millions of Americans. According to a Gallup poll, more than nine in every 10 American investors consider owning a home to be either an essential or important component of the American Read More.
Book With Sexually Explicit Images And Themes Found In Keller ISD School Library
KELLER, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – How did a book with sexually explicit images and themes wind up in a Keller ISD library? Read More.
Plans for high-speed rail between Dallas and Fort Worth, with a stop in Arlington, move forward
Residents are invited to a public meeting Saturday in Arlington to learn about the latest plans. Read More.
NAACP urges pro athletes to avoid signing with Texas teams due to the state's 'dangerous attacks on freedoms'
NAACP president Derrick Johnson urged all pro free agents, in a letter sent to all major players associations on Thursday, to avoid signing with any team in Texas.  Read More.
Democrats aim to court young voters to turn Texas blue
Democrats keen on turning Texas blue are spending money on registering young voters and persuading them to get out to the polls. Read More.
Texas School Districts Continue to Offer Visual Pornography in School Libraries
“The people who approved this book for the school should be arrested.” Read More.
Texas Lawmaker Asks Public School Libraries to Report Sexually Explicit or Racially Charged Books
State Rep. Matt Krause asked schools for the quantities and costs of certain books thought to be sexually or racially charged. Read More.
Judge rejects challenge to Southwest's vaccine mandate
DALLAS - A federal judge has rejected a bid by pilots to block Southwest Airlines from imposing a vaccine mandate, saying the airline is within its power to require vaccination as a safety measure. Read More.
Abbott Approves of Political Boundaries for Next Decade
The new boundaries will have ramifications for Texas politics and, more broadly, Texas policy for the next decade and beyond. Read More.
Dallas to Houston High Speed Rail Project Faces Legal and Financing Obstacles and Criticisms
Several legal and financing issues concerning the progress of Texas Central have come to light in recent weeks. Read More.
Johnson & Johnson $290M opioid crisis settlement coming to Texas
HOUSTON (KXAN) — On Tuesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced a $290 million settlement agreement for Texas with Johnson & Johnson related to opioid epidemic-related claims. Read More.
Legislature gives UH $52.4 million for new Sugar Land facility
Students walked briskly between classes, some deep in conversation while others buried their heads into their phones or books, at the University of Houston’s Sugar Land campus Monday morning. Read More.
Airline Employees Resist Corporate Vaccine Mandates on Multiple Fronts
Employees of major U.S. airliners are taking to the streets and the courts in a massive stand against medical tyranny. Read More.