Rep. Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington, filed the bill in disagreement with Facebook’s and Twitter’s decisions to ban former President Donald Trump.
Increased vaccine production, better messaging and a clearly defined plan are key differences in this administration's strategy to stop the spread.
Attendees say their rallies are no longer about Trump but protecting First and Second Amendment rights.
Some students express their disappointment and anger while others show support for the outgoing president.
Protests erupted throughout the country after the jury announced none of the officers involved in Taylor's shooting would be charged for her death.
A special election ballot item including a potential sales tax increase was also approved, and the council discussed concerns surrounding the Term Limits Advisory Committee’s recommendations.
The 86th Texas Legislature, which began Tuesday, is focused on public school finance and property tax reform, as opposed to the social issues focused on in previous sessions.
When campus election results were announced Oct. 16, political science freshman Landry Rhodes didn’t hear his name called for the College of Liberal Arts senator position he was running for.
UTA is honoring distinguished alumni for their commitment to the university and community engagement at 6:30 p.m. at the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards event in the University Center’s Bluebonnet Ballroom on Nov. 9.
DALLAS — In the first of three one-hour debates, Senator Ted Cruz and Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-El Paso, faced off Friday in a debate regarding domestic issues.
During the 85th Texas Legislature and its sprawling special session, critics and supporters fiercely contested the Texas Privacy Act inside and outside the Capitol.
A 7-year-old girl from Durango, Mexico, crossed the border into the U.S. with her mother about 17 years ago. She brought with her only the elusive memories of her corrupt hometown and her family’s economic hardship.