Parents of the targeted children say the letter informing others in the district about the racial bullying lacked harsh truths that need to be told.
Texas’ capital city finally has a major league sports franchise to call its own. The team’s first match is Saturday night at Los Angeles FC.
The Washington Post, citing two federal health officials, said the decision was a bid to push Texas toward expanding Medicaid.
The state's grid operator included extreme weather scenarios in its early summer assessment and found that a combination of a severe drought, heat wave and low winds could lead to more power outages. Experts warn this summer could be hot and dry, enhanced by climate change.
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More Texans than ever are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine — but demand for vaccines is still outpacing supply. Here's what you need to know about the state's plan to distribute the vaccine.
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