Aaron Barraza isn't letting his youth stop him from trying to unseat state Rep. Marisa Marquez of El Paso in the Democratic primary in HD-77. Marquez says her record should earn her another term.
A three-person HD-101 Democratic primary in Tarrant County features two former state representatives who can't stop swiping at each other and a fake string of emails that have been called "Machiavellian."
How to pay for the state's transportation needs has emerged as a key issue in the open state Senate District 9 primary race between Republican state Reps. Kelly Hancock and Todd Smith.
One overriding theme unifies the multiple Republican candidates for two Texas Railroad Commission slots: The Environmental Protection Agency has overreached and must be scaled back.
Former death row inmate Kerry Max Cook is asking for a hearing into what happened to biological evidence in his 35-year-old case.
This week, Texas A&M University is making significant amounts of data easily available to the public on a new "accountability" website, allowing people to dig into issues such as graduation rates, research expenditures and more.
During the 2011 legislative session, we compiled a salary database of all the state’s highest-paid school administrators: superintendents. After a year and a $5.4 billion reduction in state funding to public education, we are doing it again.
Rachel Barrios-Van Os, a Texas Democratic Party chair hopeful, talked to Ross Ramsey about what's wrong with the Democrats, how they can become competitive again and why she's the best person for the job.