A federal judge strikes down a redistricting map in Galveston County, saying it violated the rights of Black and Latino voters, and gives the county until Oct. 20 to fix its maps.
Public school teachers plan to travel to Austin to fight a plan to use taxpayer money to pay for private tuition. Who’ll teach the students when the teachers are gone? You might be surprised.
As Texas’ population swells, so does empty office space. We’ll dig into what that signals.
And: We continue our month of Tracking Texas Cryptids with the spooky story of La Lechuza.