Posted on · The state representative who has filed the bill says it would free up DPS employees who conduct the tests. An opponent thinks the waiver would make roads more dangerous.
Posted on · Starting in September everyone who gets a first-time drivers license in Texas will have to take a distracted driving education course. The new rule takes effect along with a law that bans texting behind the wheel.
Posted on · Last week, the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in Veasey v. Perry, a challenge to the Texas voter ID law. In a federal district court ruling, Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos ruled there was "compelling evidence" that Senate Bill 14, enacted in 2013, was passed with the intent to discriminate against minority […]
Posted on · Happy Halloween! On this edition of Houston Matters, Edel Howlin visits a Houston graveyard, we discuss the affordability of Halloween events in Houston, and we meet an actor from an area haunted house. We start, though, with the gadgets that haunt our world today. Technology is everywhere. So much so, in fact, that some really […]