The Texan on The Federalist: U.S. Postal Service Just Institutionalized Election Interference With New Mail-In-Ballot Division
According to an analysis by “The Texan,” the district has a 71 percent Republican partisan lean — meaning that the real contest is in the Republican primary, as there is little chance of a competitive general election.
The Texan on Fox News: Texas murder suspect was previously arrested, released on personal bonds due to Austin policies
A municipal court judge had granted Ramirez bail on the condition that he not possess any firearms or engage in criminal activity, The Texan reported.
The Texan on Chalkboard Review: WEEKLY WIRE: 10 Must-Read Education Stories – 7.29.22
At the 2022 Texas Democratic Convention, Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor Mike Collier claimed he “is going to kick Dan Patrick’s ass.”
The Dallas Morning News
The Texan on The Dallas Morning News: Texas economy throws off more tax revenue, spurring talk of tax cuts
At the recent state GOP convention in Houston, Hegar told the conservative online news platform The Texan that the state’s general fund should wind up at the end of the year with a balance of between $15 billion and $16 billion.
The Texan on American Liberty: Elon Musk Might Support DeSantis in 2024 After Voting Republican For The First Time
As reported by The Texan, “Flores has said she prioritizes border security and pro-life legislation. Abbott framed Flores’ victory as a foothold for Republicans in a historically Democratic area of the state."
The Daily Caller
The Texan on The Daily Caller: Suspect In Officer-Involved Shooting Had 5 Outstanding Arrest Warrants, Was Out On Bond
"Marshal has a lengthy criminal history, including burglary and felony drug possession arrests. He was released on bond in April 2021 for unlawful possession of a firearm as a felon and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, reported The Texan."
KTRH Local Houston and Texas News
Hayden Sparks on KTRH: Why Won’t The Governor Call What’s Happening At The Border An “Invasion?”
"Governor Abbott has been looking at the possibility of declaring an invasion, or considering illegal immigration an invasion" said reporter Hayden Sparks with The Texan, "But he has some serious doubts about whether that would be legally sound, especially because he fears state law enforcement could be open to prosecution."
The Texan on Austin Journal: TTARA: Austin property owners may face ‘sticker shock’ as home appraisals, property taxes surge
Property taxes are made up of the M&O rate and the Interest and Sinking Rate, The Texan said. The former funds daily and yearly expenditures while the latter is typically used for more capitally intensive projects.