Abbott's order directs DPS to stop any vehicle upon reasonable suspicion and reroute it back to its point of origin or a port of entry.
Gov. Greg Abbott signed permitless carry, also known as constitutional carry, into law after it passed through the legislative session.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced in June that those who commit criminal trespass or other state offenses will be subject to arrest and confinement.
Abbott reiterated Tuesday that Texas school children will not face mask requirements as they return to school later this summer.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott ceremonially signed a bill in Houston on Wednesday that enhances criminal penalties for manufacturing and distributing fentanyl.
Texas House democrats left Austin and took their fight to Washington D.C. earlier this month. The exit was sparked by voting legislation that has divided both parties.
The governor wants to finish the wall that Donald Trump began on the Texas-Mexico border, but he'll have to overcome the same hurdles that impeded the ex-president's efforts.
Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak and Ed Espinoza from Progress Texas join Mike Warren to discuss Texas Dems going to Washington D.C.
Gov. Greg Abbott is threatening to arrest the House Democrats if they do not show up to vote on a Republican election bill. But it may be weeks before that happens. They are prepared to stay in Washington D.C. until the special session ends.
The legislation becoming law in Texas improves police training, makes some police practices illegal and increases hiring transparency.
The bills would ban 24-hour voting and drive-thru voting, though they allow for curbside voting for the disabled.
The governor held a security briefing with sheriffs from the border communities Saturday at the Texas State Capitol.
With some controversial bills on the Governor's call for the special session, the possibility of another Democrat walkout is not ruled out if legislatures can't find a compromise.
Texas Tribune political reporter Patrick Svitek joins Mike Warren to talk about the upcoming special session.
A number of hot issue items are on the agenda following Texas Democrats' walkout on the final night of the 87th Legislative Session.
Greg Abbott is asking for the changes following February's deadly winter storm and it comes after he declared Texas lawmakers had passed adequate laws to fix the state's power grid.
The emergency July allotments are in addition to the more than $3.69 billion in benefits previously provided to Texans since April 2020.
Texas GOP Chairman Allen West announced Sunday he is running for governor, challenging fellow Republican Greg Abbott.
The Texas GOP chairman made his campaign official Sunday.
After killing Republicans' priority voting bill during the regular legislative session, Democratic lawmakers are mulling how to try to stop it in the special session that starts July 8.