FOX 7 Austin's Rudy Koski and our panel of analysts take a look at the hot topics that dominated Texas politics this week.
McConaughey says Uvalde was the town he was born in and the town he learned responsible gun ownership. He called on lawmakers to rise above party affiliation and create policies for the sake of these lives lost at Robb Elementary.
An 18-year-old shot and killed 19 children and two teachers at a Uvalde elementary school on May 24.
The actor was born in Uvalde in 1969 and his mother was a kindergarten teacher at a school just a mile away from Robb Elementary School, where Tuesday's shooting unfolded.
"Once again we have tragically proven that we are failing to be responsible for the rights our freedoms grant us," the Academy Award-winning actor wrote in a statement on his social media pages.
The 10th annual Mack, Jack, & McConaughey (MJ&M) fundraising gala helps raise money for organizations benefiting children's education, health, and wellness.
Actor and University of Texas Minister of Culture Matthew McConaughey spoke at the ribbon-cutting for Moody Center and encouraged the crowd to "bless the mood."
The founder of Women of Today and her husband Matthew McConaughey call Austin, Texas home with their three children: Levi, 13, Vida, 12, and Livingston, 9.
The actor announced in a video he posted to Twitter that he will not be running for governor against Greg Abbott.
Matthew McConaughey says he, his wife, and his 90-year-old mother have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine. But the actor said as of "right now," he is not getting his three children vaccinated. "I couldn't mandate having to vaccinate the younger kids," he said. "I still want to find out more information."
The “Dallas Buyers Club” actor has been mulling a run for about a year and a recent poll shows him doing better than Democrat Beto O’Rourke against current Gov. Greg Abbott
New polling shows a majority of Texans think the state is on the wrong track and Gov. Greg Abbott’s popularity dropping below 50 percent.
The Oscar-winning actor has been teasing for months now that he is considering running for governor against incumbent candidate Gov. Greg Abbott.
Matthew McConaughey is speaking out about Gov. Greg Abbott's decision to lift the state's mask mandate as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continues.
The We’re Texas Virtual Event will include musical performances by Texas natives, residents, and supporters like Willie Nelson and Megan Thee Stallion.
Matthew McConaughey could be headed for a career in politics in the near future.
McConaughey says he is working with his wife Camila and the just keep livin Foundation to put together the virtual benefit within the next two weeks.
During an interview on broadcast journalist and law professor Hugh Hewitt's podcast, McConaughey said that a potential run "wouldn't be up to me."
The Academy Award-winning actor is now a New York Times bestselling author with his new memoir "Greenlights".
The 110-thousand masks were donated by the luxury vehicle Lincoln.