Posted on · Immigration and Customs Enforcement said it was responding to a tip that many workers at CVE Technology Group outside Dallas were using fraudulent identification documents.
Posted on · One of the workers said ICE agents instructed the employees to group together by legal status.
Posted on · Through Pride Prep, students can take classes for both high school and college credit.
Posted on · For the first time Wednesday, Texas school districts received official ratings that show their performance on a scale from A through F
Posted on · The study found that student outcomes were more positive for white and higher income students who took dual-credit courses than minority or low-income students
Posted on · Some Texans say Obrador’s promises are exciting, others aren’t sure he’ll be able to keep them.
Posted on · Some schools have seen a decline in their enrollment of international students
Posted on · Stephen Paddock, the perpetrator of the Las Vegas shooting, lived in a Dallas suburb, and his former neighbors speak up about their memories of him.
Posted on · Houston bills itself the most diverse big city in America. A quarter of the population was born outside of the U.S. – and a third of that number is...
Posted on · "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." - unofficial United States Postal Service motto
Posted on · Brazoria County authorities are now ordering mandatory evacuations from some areas.
Posted on · A new report out says in the 2014-2015 school year, 8 percent of Texas students who dropped out did so in the seventh or eighth grades .
Posted on · A classroom used as a prayer room at Liberty High School in Frisco got the attention of the Texas attorney general’s office.
Posted on · Federal officials have granted waivers to 872 refugees to enter the U.S. this week. Refugee Services of Texas says Thursday is the last day they will be able to arrive through the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program.
Posted on · More than half of the refugees who'd planned to settle in Texas in the next month are out of luck. Refugee Services of Texas says 57 of 112 planned resettlements have been canceled after President Trump's order to suspend the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program.