State lawmakers sent HB 1024 to Governor Greg Abbott for his signature at the end of April and Gov. Abbott has now signed it into law.
Brian Ruddle with the Travis County GOP and Wesley Story with Progress Texas join Mike Warren to discuss how the Texas legislative session is going.
The City of Austin voted loud and clear in favor of Prop B to reinstate the camping ban. Austin leaders introduced a 4-phase plan to do just that.
House Bill 1925, has advanced through the house and it’s sparking conversation once more on what to do about those experiencing homelessness In the state.
Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak and Ed Espinoza with Progress Texas discuss Gov. Abbott's vulnerability in 2022.
One man experiencing homelessness downtown told FOX 7 Austin he has no idea where he’s going to go.
Read was an advisor to six presidents and he delivered the first briefing to the international media following President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Texas Republicans say Senate Bill 7 will “maintain election integrity,” while Democrats say it's designed to disenfranchise voters.
ACLU of Texas attorney Kate Huddleston joins Mike Warren to discuss a lawsuit filed against Ken Paxton over blocking accounts on Twitter.
House Bill 1900, or the "Back the Blue" bill, will now go to the Texas Senate for consideration.
The Kyle City Council spent part of its May 4th council meeting this week dressed up as their favorite Star Wars characters.
HB 1818 would require pet store owners to get the dogs and cats they sell from an animal control agency, a shelter, a rescue organization, or a licensed breeder.
House Bill 1927 will now go to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk after the Texas Senate approved it 18-13.
Jonathan Saenz with Texas Values and Diana Gomez with Progress Texas discuss bills that would impose much stricter laws over abortions in Texas.
Last summer, the Austin City Council voted to temporarily stop cadet classes until the Austin Police Department examined its training curriculum.
Senate Bill 8, a new attempt to restrict abortions in Texas, makes a heartbeat of an unborn child the new standard.
The Texas House has approved a bill that would allow handguns to be carried without a permit, marking a win for gun rights activists who have for years pushed the measure at the Legislature but a blow to El Paso Democrats who have been fighting for gun safety measures since the 2019 massacre in their hometown.
Former candidate for Texas governor Wendy Davis was among those voicing their opposition to the bill.
Charley Wilkison, the executive director of CLEAT, joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about the report card they are planning on releasing about who is and isn't living up to their political promises.
Those opposed to SB 8 say the legal liability is too broad. It’s claimed that under the law a rapist could sue the family members of his victim if they recommend an abortion should be done.