Texas

The Joe Biden administration has allowed more than 10,000 Haitian migrants to cross the southern border into Texas, where they are camping out under a bridge that connects Texas and Mexico.

Even before a strict abortion ban took effect in Texas this week, clinics in neighboring states were fielding growing numbers of calls from women desperate for options.

A Black principal was recently put on paid administrative leave after parents at his Texas high school complained that he was influencing critical race theory on students.

Two Black men in Texas have filed a lawsuit against Walmart after they were handcuffed at a store while attempting to return a TV. 

Abbott says he has no symptoms and is fully vaccinated.

A Dallas police officer who is seen in a viral video repeatedly punching a man is currently under two other use of force investigations.

A collaborative effort in partnership with Andy Nguyen of Afters Ice Cream and the Sticky’s Chicken duo of Patsy and Benson Vivares, Bun B's Trill Burgers will offer a thin, crispy-edged patties that became popular in California as "smash burgers."

A 62-year-old Texas man who went viral on the grounds of standing for six hours to cast his vote in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary has actually been arrested on illegal voting charges due to casting a ballot while on parole.

Personal-finance website WalletHub came up with tons of interesting facts while researching America's most fun states in 2021, which was comprised using 26 key metrics (movie costs, accessibility of national parks, casinos per capita, etc.) to compare the 50 states. 

A newborn baby girl in Baytown, Texas, went on to live after her pregnant mom was fatally shot in the head by a stray bullet that entered their apartment.

Voters in Fort Worth, Texas, could elect the city’s first Black mayor next month after Deborah Peoples garnered the highest percentage of votes during a general election to advance to a runoff election in June.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on Tuesday (March 2) Texas would be the largest state to end its mask mandate, nearly eight months after it was originally announced to help combat the spread of COVID-19.