The Austin City Council gets its first taste of official business, but as our Jeff Stensland explains, many council members are worried about the growing workload they plan to create. 10:06 AM
Tuesday marked 70 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. Many of the survivors were back at the former camp Tuesday for an official commemoration. Our D.C. bureau reporter Geoff Bennett has the details.
Tuesday, a Republican judge from San Antonio denied a second request by former Gov. Rick Perry's legal team to dismiss the indictment against him. Immediately following Tuesday's ruling, Perry's lawyers filed a notice of appeal, which means the case will go to the Austin-based 3rd Court of Appeals.
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Tax relief, transportation and border security top the list of budget items for the Texas Senate. A draft budget unveiled Tuesday morning promises $4 billion in tax cuts, but provides few details on them. The Senate's starting point also differs from the already released House draft budget in some significant areas. Our Karina Kling takes a look at what lies ahead for lawmakers in passing the only legislation required of them each session. 01/27/2015 08:10 PM
The religious freedoms debate was back at the state Capitol Tuesday. Two pieces of legislation filed this session look to strengthen the state's existing law, but as our LeAnn Wallace reports, some say those bills come with hidden consequences. 01/27/2015 08:05 PM