Articles Tagged “Texas”

  • County Clerk Update on I-D by Mail for Vital Documents

    As you know, proper identity in Texas has come to the forefront as an issue. There’s been a change during the passed several months regarding getting a vital record by mail. Walker County County Clerk…

  • Great Year for “Go Texan” Program

    Texas Department of Agriculture administrator Rick Rhodes says 2015 was a great year for their Go Texan Program, a program that “promotes the products, culture and communities that call Texas home–” like great products from…

  • DPS Marks National AMBER Alert Awareness Day

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will join the nation in observing National AMBER Alert Awareness Day today. AMBER stands for “America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response,” and was named for 9-year-old Amber Hagerman, who…

  • New Texas Laws in Effect

    In addition to House Bill 910 which allows licensed gun holders to openly carry their firearms in a shoulder or belt holster in certain public areas, several other laws went into effect in Texas this…

  • Omnibus Appropriations Act

    The U-S Senate approved a $1.1 trillion funding bill that will fund the operation of the federal government until September 30th of next year. It includes nearly $700 billion in tax breaks. The Senate passed…

  • HPD Collars Stabbing Suspect

    On Thursday at approximately 3:45 p.m., officers with the Huntsville Police Department responded to a stabbing call in the 500 block of Bowers Boulevard. Upon arrival, the officers found a female victim with stab wounds…

  • Congressman Brady On Immigration

    Congressman Kevin Brady says, “The timing can be very important when it comes to getting a case before the U-S Supreme Court.” He says, “The White House and Texas are sparring in court over the…

  • Sen. Cornyn Comments On President’s ISIS Strategy

    Our senator from Texas, John Cornyn, sounds off from the senate floor on the president’s ISIS strategy . . . .

  • Texas Ag Commissioner Comments On Exports

    In 2014 the state of Texas had over $288 billion dollars in exports capturing 17.8 percent of the U-S export market. Our state plays a big part in agriculture exports across the world. Ag Commissioner…

  • Proposition 7 Approval

    The approval of Proposition 7 by Texas voters is further evidence that transportation is an essential priority for citizens of the state. The overwhelming majority, more than 80 percent of votes cast in support of…