Early voting is now underway for the Texas primary races, including the contentious Travis County District Attorney race.
A new UT Texas Politics Project poll indicates voters are digging in on several key issues this election season.
On Friday, Gov. Greg Abbott announced the state is constructing an 80-acre installation he called a “forward base camp" in Eagle Pass.
A judge has rejected Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's attempts to throw out felony securities fraud charges that have followed the republican for nearly a decade.
FOX 7 Austin’s Chief Political Reporter Rudy Koski, and our panel of analysts, took a look at the top stories happening in Texas, and other hot topics, this week.
Members of the Austin for Palestine Coalition rallied outside City Hall and addressed city council members during a meeting.
The Republican Party of Texas has officially censured Representative Dade Phelan, according to a release.
The border crisis may have been the big headline this week, but Paxton's marijuana law fights, disgraced former state lawmakers and more were still on our minds. FOX 7's Rudy Koski discusses with our political panel.
House Speaker Dade Phelan has made some Texas Republicans so mad they're trying to get him primaried from office. Speaker Phelan is fighting back with a new digital campaign, which was first reported by the Texas Tribune.
From the border crisis, to Ken Paxton's small legal victory, to the upcoming Texas primaries, This Week in Texas Politics turned out to be very busy.
The Hobby School of Public Affairs poll shows U.S. Congressman Colin Allred with a sizable lead over other challengers in the Democratic Primary, but trailing Senator Ted Cruz in a November matchup.
Gov. Abbott has failed to get school vouchers passed through several special sessions, now the governor is targeting Republicans who would not vote for it. FOX 7's Mike Warren discusses with our panel.
The Texas Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to temporarily halt state Attorney General Ken Paxton’s scheduled testimony in a whistleblower lawsuit that was at the heart of the impeachment charges brought against him in 2023.
Attorney General Ken Paxton is asking the Texas Supreme Court to step in and prevent him from being compelled to testify in a Travis County court over allegations he retaliated against whistleblowers in his office.
SB 14 is a bill which was passed into law last year that makes it illegal for children to undergo any gender transition or reassignment treatment.
Former president Donald Trump holds a large lead over President Joe Biden in a potential head-to-head match-up in Texas, a new University of Houston poll shows.
President Biden says he is ready to shut down the border if Congress passes a bipartisan bill giving him the authority to do it, but some Texas leaders do not seem convinced.
Three Democratic candidates vying to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz faced off in a highly anticipated debate held in Austin on Saturday, the first time the three leading candidates shared the stage.
Thousands of pro-life advocates marched downtown in celebration of Texas' sharp decline in abortions since the state's near-total ban took effect.
From Texas battle over the border to Ken Paxton's proposed re-impeachment, This Week in Texas Politics proved to be anything but ordinary.