Fort Hood is investigating a sexual assault prevention coordinator for a range of offenses including abusive sexual contact and pandering — suggesting he was criminally involved in a prostitution scheme.
El Pasoans are urged to step up water conservation efforts for the next few weeks because of the severe drought conditions.
The House’s bipartisan immigration group is at a crippling impasse, and top aides and lawmakers are unsure if they’ll ever come to the agreement they’ve sought for four years, according to multiple sources with direct knowledge of the discussions.
Political rivals eagerly bashed Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson in her last two campaigns over her mishandling of Congressional Black Caucus Foundation scholarship funds a few years back. But at least one source has officially forgotten the matter: Wikipedia.
Don’t expect Texas’ legal blood alcohol limit for drunken driving to fall to 0.05, at least not while state Sen. John Whitmire, D-Houston, is still running the Senate Criminal Justice Committee.
Emails sent by Gov. Rick Perry show that he has been more deeply involved in the controversy concerning the University of Texas System Board of Regents than has previously been publicly known.
The Observer has learned that the state health department left unspent approximately $2.3 million in family-planning funds in the past year while scores of clinics closed due to lack of money and tens of thousands of women lost access to reproductive care.