Signs that the Texas Lottery is doing well can be easily seen at your local supermarket. This past week, $75.6 million in scratch-off tickets were purchased across the state - the most sales in the Lotto's 23-year history.
It looks like the National Guard could be here to stay for a little bit longer than expected.
Former Governor Rick Perry deployed 1,000 guardsmen last summer and they were expected to be gone by March.
Dr. Carl A. Montoya, Brownsville ISD Superintendent, has announced that he is the lone finalist for the top leadership position in Judson ISD, a school district located in northeast San Antonio, Texas.
Susana Munguia, 61, and Lubina Pedraza, 54, both of Hidalgo, have been arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit bribery and embezzlement and several counts of bribery, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.
For James Palacios, a senior at PSJA Early College High School, seeing an employee at his school battling cancer sparked a need to reach out to his fellow peers and brainstorm how they could assist her during her time of need.
Eleven Special Olympics athletes from Mission CISD (Consolidated Independent School District) competed in the recent 22nd Annual Winter Games, in Austin, Texas. They competed in bowling and brought home a total of 10 medals.
The Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District will accept a $95,869 check representing the cash incentives it earned in the AEP Texas SCORE Program in 2014. The check presentation will be at Austin Middle School (804 S.