Gov. Abbott announced that the Texas Health and Human Services Commission is receiving up to $5 million in federal funding from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services as part of an innovative program to help serve underserved Texans in rural hospitals throughout the state.
A U.S. district judge unexpectedly ended a hearing on Tuesday afternoon in the decade-long lawsuit against Texas over the failings of its foster care system, saying it was time to “cut to the chase” and find solutions.
Congressman August Pfluger is speaking out after it was announced that the U.S Nuclear Regulatory Commission had issued a license to construct and operate ‘a consolidated interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel’ in Andrews.
The University of Texas at San Antonio is taking heat from the UT System’s board of regents for its recent decision to stop displaying the famous “Come and Take it” flag at football games after some in the university community argued the slogan has a racist history.
Officials said immigration authorities weren’t interested in taking migrants who had no criminal conviction into federal custody. But without documentation, at least one newly released migrant soon found himself back in detention.
Two men were shot dead over the weekend by San Antonio officers. Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar says deputies were making a routine traffic stop late Saturday when a man bolted from the car and tried to flee.