TribWeek: Top Texas News for the Week of 10/7/13

The state of Texas last performed a study on the economic impact of undocumented immigrants in 2006. The majority of the candidates running for comptroller in 2014 say it's time for that analysis to get an update.

State lawmakers are expected to give the Texas Department of Transportation an extra $250 million for work in counties affected by the drilling boom, but that likely won't stop some paved roads from being converted to gravel.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice officials said that they will not heed a request to return a supply of execution drugs from the pharmacist ...

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