Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas joins Mike Warren to discuss whether Sen. Cornyn should be concerned about Hegar entering the race officially and how likely it is that Texas will see a Democratic senator for the first time since the early 90's.
He joins a crowded field vying to replace Republican Rep. Pete Olson, who is retiring from a district that Democrats nearly flipped in 2018.
Travis County Precinct 3 Commissioner Gerald Daugherty has announced he will be retiring at the end of his current term in 2020.
Dr. Larry Wallace Jr is making history as the first African-American mayor for the city of Manor.
The State Senate Health and Human Services Committee met for the first time Tuesday after lung illnesses and injuries have started to emerge.
The Texas General Land Office is seeking public opinion on how to spend billions of dollars in disaster relief funds.
Dallas ISD moved forward with plans to handle the tornado recovery in the district.
Governor Greg Abbott didn't seem very pleased with the update, retweeting an article about the decision with a caption supporting a San Antonio based barbecue restaurant: "I'm headed to Bill Miller's tonight."
Singer songwriter John Legend was in Travis County Thursday to point out that too many people are jailed for lesser crimes.
Wednesday was the first statewide Tea Party rally and Legislative Day. Folks from all over Texas came out to band together and support their party, which they say, is sometimes misunderstood.
Democratic state lawmakers have used a technical objection to temporarily derail a high-profile push to overturn Texas' post-Civil War ban on the open carry of handguns.
It was a bittersweet day Thursday at the State Capitol for Colton Turner's family.
The head of a major state business association joined several civil rights advocates Tuesday to speak out against proposed religious freedom laws.
Texas Democratic Party Deputy Executive Director Manny Garcia has released a statement in response to Kentucky Senator Rand Paul's announcement that he is seeking the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
Texas lawmakers and top business leaders are vowing to kill two proposed amendments to the state's existing religious freedom law.
Efforts began Monday at the Capitol to repeal a law that allows illegal immigrants to pay in state tuition when they go to college.