Arrests and the state’s new “sanctuary cities” law make life harder for everyone on the East Side, including law enforcement.
Carrying 50-pound backs during training can be punishing for women. The military is responding with equipment adapted for their bodies.
Joseph Han risked his life to flee his country during a famine. He’s now one of about 500 former North Koreans living in the U.S.
byOmar Rodríguez Ortiz
Tom Kennedy delivered hundreds of postcards to the Texas governor’s office in an effort to raise awareness about mental illness.
There’s a consensus behind an $11 billion project for Galveston Bay, but funding remains elusive.
byMary K. Cantrell and Betsy Joles
Some students could be in admitted in May, after the president’s immigration ban was initially set to expire.
The plan would increase ridership and revenue. But it also means many people would have to find new routes to work, school or services.
Pharmacists prefer to rely on training and judgment, rather than a balky database, to identify potential abusers.
A House committee is studying ways to address complaints that homeowners could face foreclosures because of high attorney fees assessed by HOAs.
The nuances of Mayan dialects make communication even more difficult for refugees seeking asylum in the United States.
Some experts question the system’s accuracy, but defenders say it could improve police response time when shots are fired.
Officers look for unlicensed rentals and handle complaints as visitors seek alternatives to hotels.