Thumbs up, thumbs down is a review of several news pieces throughout the week.
The state’s official handgun is steeped in the Old West mystique itself. It’s the 1847 Colt Walker revolver, America’s first six-shooter.
Sunday was a very important date in history — D-Day. Seventy seven years ago, more than 150,000 Allied troops, carried by more than 5,000 boats, landed on the beaches of Nazi-occupied Normandy shore.
The Texas Legislature wrapped up this year’s lawmaking session on Sunday. Although members of the House and Senate touted wins for both Republicans and Democrats, tensions are rising between the legislative bodies amid criticism from Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. What would you grade this year’s leg…
There are ways to decrease the chance of becoming a victim or of needing to pay a ransom to get your information back.
May was Mental Health Awareness Month, and though the month has passed, it would be a good idea to continue raising awareness of the importance of mental health and to erase the stigma that comes with a diagnosis.
The bottom line on law enforcement pay is that it will remain what the community is willing and able to pay in property taxes. But there are other ways of supporting our trusted police and deputies.
The care a mother receives through Medicaid can save her life, thereby saving her family and her ability to provide for it.
Your graduations — starting this weekend through the early part of June — mark an important milestone in your lives.
While those funds may have been necessary during the height of the pandemic, it is time to bring the program to a close, at least in Texas. Texas employers want help — and they need it.
There’s not much us regular Joes can do about what happened, but the attack should be a wake up call about the safety of our accounts and information on the internet.
There’s a mess in the City of Bogata. Luckily, the city has Larry Hinsley at the helm, working through the mess and being as transparent with the public as possible.
HB 829 provides an avenue to remove people from law enforcement who do not deserve to wear the badge.
There is ground to make up, and the public will be watching schools closely to see that those dollars — both federal and state — generate real world education gains.
Boxers don’t win matches when they’ve got their opponent on the ropes. We might have Covid-19 on the ropes, but now is not the time to walk away from the fight.