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Air conditioning feels like a must-have in brutally hot Texas. For renters, legally, it’s not — at least not everywhere in the state.
There's a lot of discontent with America's political system, including with party-based primary elections. So reform advocates are urging states to move to nonpartisan primaries.
Paxton, who has been suspended, faced 16 articles of impeachment tied to allegations that he abused his office to protect a political donor. The Senate vote reinstates Paxton as attorney general.
After nine days of emotional testimony and unexpected twists, the impeachment trial of the suspended Texas attorney general has nearly come to a close. While senators deliberate his fate, we looked back at the trial’s most memorable moments.
Birx served in the Trump administration, helping states navigate COVID-19. Her work in public health largely focused on HIV and AIDS.
Officials with Citibus are laying out their plan to improve Lubbock’s bus system over the next five years. Reporter Brad Burt has more from a nurse and local business owner who feels heard after asking for changes that make the rides better for people with disabilities and special needs.
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