Abortions in Texas fell 60% in first month under new limits
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Abortions in Texas fell by 60 percent in the first month under the state’s law banning the procedure after a heartbeat can be detected, new figures show.
Judge: Air Force mostly at fault in 2017 Texas church attack
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. Air Force is mostly responsible for a former serviceman killing more than two dozen people at a Texas church in 2017 because it failed to submit his criminal history into a database, which should have prevented him from purchasing firearms.
Power, water problems persist following storms; Texas conventions mobilize
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Power outages in Texas dropped below a half-million on Thursday morning (Feb. 18) for the first time in four days, but many people remained without electricity or safe drinking water after winter storms wreaked havoc on the state's power grid and utilities.