The Texas Senate has approved a bill making abusing a dead body a felony punishable by at least six months in jail.
The state Senate has approved creating a Texas music museum slated to be built near the state Capitol.
Lottery winners could soon stay incognito in the Lone Star State.
The Texas Senate has approved shuttering a state agency that had overseen a federal program resettling refugees in Texas.
State Rep. Victoria Neave is withstanding from food to protest the anti-Sanctuary Cities Bill that is set for debate this Wednesday.
For months, Gov. Greg Abbott stayed silent and Texas' bathroom bill languished in the Legislature amid mounting criticism from LGBT activists and business groups.
The Texas House has approved a bipartisan, $1.6 billion bill to begin overhauling the state's troubled school finance system.
After Gov. Abbot broke his silence on the controversial 'bathroom bill', the legislation has gained new momentum.
Students who graduate in the top 10 percent of their class may no longer be guaranteed acceptance into public Texas universities if this bill passes.
A bill requiring annual background checks, but not fingerprinting, for ride-hailing companies such as Uber or Lyft has passed the Texas House.