(AP) -- The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in two of the term's most closely watched cases over whether federal civil rights law protects LGBT people from job discrimination.
Austin Monthly's David Leffler talks about what they found and Map Pesqueira talks about his life now.
Are you going to ANTI PROM at the Pflugerville Library this Friday? If so, there will unfortunately be no long limbless reptiles in attendance.
McKrae Game, a conversion therapy leader for two decades, came out as gay in June and is asking for forgiveness for the harm he said he caused.
On Saturday, over 200 people demonstrated outside of a “Family Pride Festival and Story Time” event held at the Leander Public Library.
The team is partnering with Austin Pride to celebrate Pride Month. Defender Edson Braafheid talks about what fans can expect when they go to the match on June 8.
Attorney General Ken Paxton has asked the Texas Supreme Court to declare the same-sex marriage license issued Thursday in Travis County invalid.While legal questions still remain, Equality Texas is...
Fox 7 has learned that the first same sex marriage license has been issued and ceremony conducted in Travis County.
Finding the ban unconstitutional is just the first decision in a case being overseen by Judge Guy Herman.
Setting the stage for a potentially historic ruling, the Supreme Court says it will decide whether same-sex couples nationwide have a right to marry under the Constitution.