A bastion for conservative values, proposals in the Republican-controlled Legislature that critics say could be used to discriminate against gays have largely gone nowhere. Read More
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings joins us on Lone Star Politics this week as he enters the final leg of his re-election campaign. We ask him about the future of the Trinity Toll Road amid a new Dallas Morning News Poll showing low support for it. See the entire interview on Lone Star Politics, this Sunday at 8:40 a.m. on NBC 5.
After a Dallas County grand jury decided not to indict a Dallas officer who shot a mentally ill man holding a screwdriver, we ask the mayor about the police use of deadly force. Hear what he says and why he supports what Dallas Police Chief David Brown is doing on Lone Star Politics, this Sunday at 8:40 a.m. on NBC 5.
The men vying for the Republican nod for president in 2016 aren't usually mum on anything President Barack Obama does — but they're certainly pretty quiet on his announcement Thursday that a U.S. drone strike had accidentally... Read More
Hillary Rodham Clinton's passionate speech Thursday appealing for expanded rights and opportunities for women in the U.S. and around the world wasn't supposed to be a campaign event. But it might as well have been. Read More
An effort to ban texting and driving in Texas has stalled in the state legislature again. It's a bill that many Texas drivers say they want, but with six weeks left in the session it has not been heard in the Senate. Read More
An effort to ban texting and driving in Texas has stalled in the state legislature again. It's a bill that many Texas drivers say they want, but with six weeks left in the session it has not been heard in the Senate.
The Texas House is set to take up a bill intended to give all public employees the time and space to pump breast milk at work.
Texas could put red light cameras in the rearview mirror under a bill that has cleared the Texas Senate. Read More