Texas

Nine dead, at least 18 injured
5:32 pm
Mon May 18, 2015

174 Bikers Jailed, Held on $1Million Bonds

Carlos Morales

The bonds for the 174 bikers charged with engaging in organized criminal activity have been set at $1 million each. 


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Texas News
1:29 pm
Wed April 15, 2015

For San Antonio Police, A Sanctuary Cities Bill Equals A Public Safety Headache

The term “sanctuary city” took root in 2010 when the State of Arizona passed a law prohibiting local police departments from having policies that said officers would not check a person’s immigration status. Cities with those policies were accused of giving sanction to residents in the country illegally.

 

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Texas News
1:29 pm
Tue April 14, 2015

For San Antonio Police, A Sanctuary Cities Bill Equals A Public Safety Headache

The term “sanctuary city” took root in 2010 when the State of Arizona passed a law prohibiting local police departments from having policies that said officers would not check a person’s immigration status. Cities with those policies were accused of giving sanction to residents in the country illegally.

 

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New Braunfels Can Ban
4:47 pm
Thu March 19, 2015

New Rules Facing New Braunfels Tubers

Flickr Photo courtesy of Robert Nagle

By the time it's put into practice, even a basic city ordinance can become complex and confusing.

Texas Public Radio’s Eileen Pace reports such is the case with the New Braunfels “Can Ban” that prohibits tubers from taking disposable containers onto the water, which is now in the hands of the state’s 3rd Court of Appeals.

Ted Cruz
3:44 pm
Fri November 14, 2014

Ted Cruz Criticizes 'Net Neutrality' In Austin

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On Friday U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas visited the Capital Factory, a startup business incubator in Austin, to make a speech opposing net neutrality, calling it “Obamacare for the Internet.” Last week President Obama called for more regulation of Internet service providers to prevent them from providing preferential access to some companies. Cruz argued that regulating the Internet will still end up favoring large companies with armies of lobbyists.

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