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Texas companies could exceed the national average for hiring new employees in the second quarter of 2014, according to a business survey.
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The Texas Department of Transportation on Tuesday announced details of this month's effort called "DWI Hangovers Don't Go Away."
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Grammy Award winning Tejano star Sunny Sauceda and country singer Kevin Fowler have joined the "Don't Mess With Texas" anti-litter campaign.
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The Entertainment Software Association presented Gov. Rick Perry with an award of appreciation for the state's aggressive recruiting of video game companies.
East Texas school districts received ratings from the Financial Allocation Study for Texas to reflect both academic progress and spending at their school districts and campuses.
A Snook land owner says she's happy, but skeptical about the Texas Department of Transportation's decision to save a group of old Live Oak trees on her land.
It's not light reading by any means, but "Changing Texas: Implications of Addressing or Ignoring the Texas Challenge" covers an important subject - the future of Texas.
Jeff Brown of Houston was appointed as a justice of the Supreme Court of Texas for a term to expire at the next general election.The appointment was announced Thursday, Sept.
NAVARRO: But this last announcement about this new delay is that I think there's almost a numbing to all these delays and exceptions.
The number of people using bikes to extend their bus trips increased more than 47 percent jumping from 12,111 bike bus boardings in January 2013 to 17,859 in January this year, That's according to METRO figures which do not account for bikes taken onto light-rail trains.
Five Republicans who could share a presidential primary debate stage next year will all deliver speeches by lunchtime at today's start of the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Governor Rick Perry , now in charge of the Lone Star State, was quite the hit at the recent CPAC convention.
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The 2016 GOP presidential field will look different than any other in decades, due to the likely lack of an anointed frontrunner or elder statesman in the field.
Washington Monthly's Phillip Longman takes a closer look at the claims made by the likes of Rick Perry about Texas' economic success, and finds them largely wanting.
Rand Paul was the big winner at this year's gathering of conservative activists, taking 31 percent of the presidential straw poll.