Written by Texas Tribune on Nov 15 2022 - 2:58pm
By James Barragán, The Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday that Philadelphia has been added to the list of Democrat-led cities where Texas will bus migrants.
Written by Texas Tribune on Nov 15 2022 - 2:37pm
By Sneha Dey, Alex Nguyen and Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune. Texas lawmakers won’t gavel in for the new legislative session until January, but they got their first chance to file bills Monday.
Written by Vivian Lopez on Oct 28 2022 - 12:07pm
By María Méndez, The Texas Tribune Oct. 21, 2022 High-profile federal and state races aren’t the only political contests that will be decided in the Nov. 8 midterm elections. Many communities across the state will be choosing local leaders on Election Day.
Written by Vivian Lopez on Oct 28 2022 - 12:00pm
By Marissa Greene, The Texas Tribune Oct. 22, 2022   The nine-member Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the state’s highest appellate court for all decisions on Texas criminal matters. But its pivotal role in Texas’ legal system does not mean it’s easy for voters to find information on the five candidates running for three seats on the court in November.
Written by Vivian Lopez on Oct 28 2022 - 11:54am
By Emma Williams, The Texas Tribune Oct. 22, 2022 Texas is one of only eight states that hold partisan elections for their supreme courts. But seven out of the nine members on the Texas Supreme Court were first appointed by a state governor — meaning just two current members started on the court after being elected.
Written by Texas Tribune on Oct 11 2022 - 2:57pm
By Pooja Salhotra, The Texas Tribune Oct. 10, 2022
Written by Texas Tribune on Oct 11 2022 - 2:47pm
By Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune Oct. 11, 2022
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 20 2022 - 2:06pm
By Uriel J. García, The Texas Tribune Editor’s note: This story contains explicit language. EL PASO — Soon after a Border Patrol van dropped off Albeleis Arteaga, his wife and 4-month-old baby downtown on a recent Monday evening, it began to rain. Arteaga and his family didn’t know where to go, so they joined dozens of other migrants, most of them fellow Venezuelans, who have been sleeping outdoors next to a charter bus station.
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 19 2022 - 1:48pm
Congressional Democrats on their track record the last two years in charge of the U.S. House and why they believe they should still be in charge next time. Featuring U.S. representatives of San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, and Houston. Moderated by Matthew Choi, Washington Correspondent for the Texas Tribune. Get your tickets here.