A local grassroots leader was removed from Ector County ISD’s tax oversight committee after the district’s superintendent found a social media post “offensive.”
With no candidate garnering more than 50 percent of the vote, Odessa’s District 4 city council seat will head to a December runoff election.
San Angelo ISD says it will be taking a “hiatus” from bond elections as both attempts to pass a bond in 2018 failed.
Two new voices will be added to local government in Midland while Republicans continue to maintain a stronghold across the board.
Midland County is launching a new victim-centered restitution program that is said to be the first of its kind in the state.
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility takes a look at two of the candidates vying for a seat on Midland school board.
A political campaign by the City of Pecos urging voters to support the passage of an Emergency Service District may violate the Texas Election Code.
Instead of calling for an outright ban on scooter sharing, Mayor Pope appears to have created the perfect climate for a scooter monopoly.
Midland ISD’s board weighs their options for a 2019 bond election and whether high population growth should equal a high price tag.
Ahead of the 2019 legislative session, one organization is ensuring Second Amendment advocates are ready to effectively engage their legislature.