Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Texas windstorm bill could affect thousands in Coastal Bend
Senate Bill 1702, authored by Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, extends indefinitely the alternative certification program of the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association through which thousands of homes receive wind and hailstorm insurance.
As session nears end, a fight to the death for bills yet to pass
State Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon authored a bill that would create a statewide innocence commission named after Texas' first posthumous exoneree, Timothy Cole.
'Resign to run' OKed for railroad commissioners
After lengthy debate, lawmakers voted 91-50 on Monday evening to attach the rule to an omnibus bill reauthorizing the Texas Ethics Commission.
Steamy week: Has Summer started?
An upper-level disturbance is expected to move through the area Wednesday, sparking a chance for showers and thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service .
Legislature passes reforms for Port of Houston Authority
Major reforms at the Port of Houston Authority have passed both chambers and now waits for only the governor's signature.
Judges Name Winner of Teen Business Competition
The results of the final round of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy competition are in.
Bill Packs More Than New Name for Railroad Commission
It regulates the state's most profitable industry - oil and gas - and all Texans elect its three commissioners.