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Mexican Drug Lord, El Chapo, Sentenced to Life Plus 30 Years in US Prison

Mexican Drug Lord, El Chapo, Sentenced to Life Plus 30 Years in US Prison

Sarah McConnell July 17, 2019
As the former head of the Sinaloa Cartel, El Chapo pushed over 200 tons of cocaine onto U.S. streets and will spend the remainder of his life behind bars.
EXCLUSIVE: Former State Representative Matt Rinaldi Will Not Run For His Old Seat

EXCLUSIVE: Former State Representative Matt Rinaldi Will Not Run For His Old Seat

McKenzie Taylor July 17, 2019
In a strong election year for Texas Democrats, State Rep. Matt Rinaldi lost his bid for reelection in 2018. He will not run for the seat in 2020.
Mineral Wells City Council Rejects Mayor’s Proposal to Create Sanctuary for Unborn

Mineral Wells City Council Rejects Mayor’s Proposal to Create Sanctuary for Unborn

Daniel Friend July 17, 2019
The proposal came just a few weeks after the city council of Waskom unanimously voted to declare their small town a sanctuary for the unborn.
Trump Administration Issues New Third Country Asylum Rule in Response to Border Crisis

Trump Administration Issues New Third Country Asylum Rule in Response to Border Crisis

Sarah McConnell July 16, 2019
The Departments of Homeland Security and Justice jointly issued the new asylum rules in a bid to shore up existing loopholes as the border crisis continues.
BREAKING: Texas Representative Al Green Expected to File Articles of Impeachment Tonight

BREAKING: Texas Representative Al Green Expected to File Articles of Impeachment Tonight

Brad Johnson July 16, 2019
The latest impeachment resolution comes following a political and media controversy over President Trump's tweet aimed at four progressive Democrats.
Houston-Area Road Funds Vote Bungled, County Commissioners Struggle to Comply with Open Meetings

Houston-Area Road Funds Vote Bungled, County Commissioners Struggle to Comply with Open Meetings

Holly Hansen July 16, 2019
According to one commissioner, Harris County officials attempted to push through a road funding reallocation and immigration resolution without lawful notification.
Special Forces Soldier from Texas Killed in Afghanistan

Special Forces Soldier from Texas Killed in Afghanistan

Sarah McConnell July 15, 2019
Sgt. Maj. James G. "Ryan" Sartor, a highly decorated Green Beret from Teague, was killed in combat operations while serving in Afghanistan.
Congressman Chip Roy Unveils Healthcare Freedom Act

Congressman Chip Roy Unveils Healthcare Freedom Act

Brad Johnson July 15, 2019
The Texas Congressman believes healthcare freedom accounts would help alleviate consumer's concerns regarding cost and choice.
Senator Cornyn and MJ Hegar Tout Second Quarter Fundraising Hauls

Senator Cornyn and MJ Hegar Tout Second Quarter Fundraising Hauls

Brad Johnson July 15, 2019
Texas will once again feature a high-profile U.S. Senate race as Democrats angle to unseat incumbent Republican Senator John Cornyn next year.