A state senator-elect says the Lone Star State needs to find ways of creating revenue without raising property taxes. He's got a $3 billion solution.
Finding good, loving homes has always been a challenge. But the pandemic has put an even bigger strain on the system in the Lone Star State.
A travel center based in the Lone Star State is breaking ground on its first new fueling station in the Palmetto State Thursday.
Joe Biden and Donald Trump are neck and neck in the latest poll in Texas. And Democrats are raising record amounts of money there. Here's how they hope to shift the Lone Star state with the help of powerful women:
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