Posted on · Former state Sen. Wendy Davis' 2013 filibuster of anti-abortion legislation was an unforgettable event for lawmakers and political observers on both sides of the aisle. Five years later, listen in as key players in the debate reflect on their longest night.
Posted on · State Rep. Kevin Roberts and retired Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw will face off in the May 22 Republican primary runoff for Texas' 2nd Congressional District. Hear where the Houston-area candidates stand on issues like the Hurricane Harvey response and gun safety.
Posted on · The first Texas-licensed medical cannabis cultivator and dispensary has harvested its first crop of medical cannabis.
Posted on · 2018 is set to be a busy year in Texas politics
Posted on · Two Texas Tribune reporters who covered Harvey and its aftermath discuss the historic storm's financial impact, recovery efforts and what citizens and state officials have learned in the wake of the devastating storm
Posted on · In an interview with The Texas Tribune, House Speaker Joe Straus discusses his surprise announcement that he won't seek re-election to the Texas Legislature
Posted on · We asked attendees at the Texas Federation of Republican Women convention in Dallas about President Donald Trump's handling of women's issues, the future of their party and the role of GOP leaders in women's health issues.
Posted on · Parents of transgender children argue they are being left out of the conversation.
Posted on · More female veterans call Texas home than any other state in the country, according to 2015 figures. One nonprofit group in Houston ensures that female veterans get a safe space to receive counseling and learn from one another's experiences
Posted on · Fishing and tourism in Matagorda Bay depend in large part on freshwater supplied by the Colorado River. But the drought has all but cut off those flows. The Lower Colorado River Authority says that's not likely to change anytime soon unless Central Texas gets significant rains to shore up water supplies for Austin and nearby cities. In the meantime, wildlife and recreation on Texas' Gulf Coast have suffered.
Posted on · Full video of Republican and Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate squaring off in separate debates hosted by Dallas public television station KERA (and co-presented by the Tribune).