An overwhelming 88 percent of Texas voters agree that state and federal government officials should not be allowed to take and keep a person's property without a criminal conviction, according to a poll by the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
The Dallas/Forth Worth area moved up from No. 4 to No. 2 and Houston also moved two spaces to No. 9 in the 2016 Penske Truck Rental list of top moving destinations in the United States.
The tricentennial celebration in San Antonio will take place next year, and the city wants to get citizens involved in the community and nonprofit projects.
According to Texans for Lawsuit Reform, legislation pending in Congress would level the playing field between lawyers and plaintiffs in class action lawsuits.
Dr. Cory Mayon spent the days leading up to the Super Bowl making sure any chiropractic need of the Atlanta Falcons was taken care of to the best of his ability.
The Austin Chamber of Commerce, supporters of the federal H-1B visa program, have rushed to the defense of the immigration law amid reports the Trump administration may curtail the program.
Immigrants play a major role in the Texas economy, both as taxpayers and consumers, contributing more than $29 billion in state taxes in 2014 and carrying nearly $90 million in spending power, a group promoting bipartisan support for immigration reform said in a report on Tuesday.
Education that provides workforce readiness is a top priority for the state’s business leaders as the Texas Legislature shifts into the full gear.
Exeter Finance Corp. recently promoted company veteran Brad Nall to chief financial officer.
The McKinney Chamber of Commerce recently posted updates for the legislative session to its blog.
Richard Trabulsi Jr., president of Texans for Lawsuit Reform, recently released a statement regarding the filing of Senate Bill 10 by state Sen. Kelly Hancock (R-North Richland Hills) and House Bill 1774 by state Rep. Greg Bonnen (R-Friendswood).
Reports of sharp rises in the cost of health insurance premiums through the exchanges likely helped President Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton in key states in November’s presidential election, according to one political analyst.
California has the largest state economy in the union, but in 2016 runner-up Texas bested the Golden State’s growth rate by 1 percent, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Patrick Crump has been named the new president and CEO of Morningside Ministries Senior Living Communities after an extensive search by the board of directors.