Posted on · Wilmar Jeovanny Montano-Alvarado, 40, was found guilty this week of three felony crimes and two misdemeanors. He is scheduled to be sentenced in February.
Posted on · Nederland resident Michael Marroquin, 63, was arrested last week and charged with seven crimes related to his alleged involvement in the attack on the U.S. Capitol in 2021. The FBI received a tip from one of his relatives, court documents show.
Posted on · Joshua Lollar, 41, of Spring, was sentenced to 13 months in prison and 12 months of supervised release, in addition to being ordered to pay $2,000 in restitution, after pleading guilty Monday to obstruction of an official proceeding.
Posted on · Shane Jenkins, 45, faces up to 85 years in a prison after a federal jury found him guilty of seven felony crimes and two misdemeanors related to his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, riot in Washington D.C.
Posted on · The Atlantic's lead political correspondent documentss the plans and sudden shifts inside the Democratic party as they prepared for the historic Presidential election.
Posted on · This week Town Square reflects on the events that defined 2020 in a three-part special series. These memorable roundtable discussions feature some of our favorite guests in the past year to discuss the leading events that have shaped our lives.
Posted on · Trump spoke after the AP called Texas, Florida, Ohio and Iowa for him. Tight races, strong turnout and record amounts of mail-in voting left millions of legitimate votes still to be counted.
Posted on · This is the last, best chance for both candidates to make their arguments to a broad audience of the American public for why they should be president — and there's a lot on the line.
Posted on · The second presidential debate was canceled, but President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are debating again on Thursday. Follow live updates and analysis.
Posted on · The Harris County Republican Party had sued to stop the county from sending the absentee ballot applications.
Posted on · Officials with the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Texas say their volunteers are no longer allowed to leave voter registration forms at U.S. post offices.
Posted on · The selection will make Harris just the third woman — and first African American — to be nominated for vice president by a major political party.
Posted on · Urbanization, demographics, and economics are combining to make the Lone Star State more competitive than it’s been in decades