Jim Carrey left his 14 million Twitter followers in no doubt about his feelings on California's tough new vaccination law on Tuesday.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Tuesday that removes most of the state's vaccination exemptions, meaning parents can only send unvaccinated kids to school if they have a doctor's note.
Even though Texas hasn’t legalized the sale of recreational marijuana, area law enforcement agencies are noticing a trend of marijuana edibles similar to those sold in Colorado and other states.
About170 outlaw motorcycle gang members are being charged with engaging in organized crime related to capital murder stemming from a deadly shootout that left nine dead and 18 injured in Waco Sunday.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is expected to sign the oil and gas drilling bill into a law.
Texas law isn't specific about how public university system regents should do their jobs. So regents are largely left to interpret their roles themselves. With some taking a more hands-on approach, debate has grown about the role of regents.
It's been on the books for almost 15 years, but a law giving in-state tuition to students who came to Texas illegally is under attack.
The governor of Arkansas signed a rewritten "religious freedom" bill into law Thursday, and lawmakers in Indiana approved a revised version of its law after a blistering wave of criticism.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is putting a special emphasis on the Move Over/Slow Down law, that many people often ignore.
A new Texas law is giving small businesses options to deal with projected increases in the cost of health insurance for their employees.
Senate bill 1332 was signed by Governor Perry this weekend.
The Texas Supreme Court will decide whether the owners of a dog accidentally euthanized by the Fort Worth pound can sue for the sentimental value of the family pet or merely for the replacement value of the mixed-breed animal.
Some advocates argue that such false confessions could be prevented if police interrogations were recorded.
Texas state law requires drivers to stop while school buses are loading and unloading children. But, Wichita County Sheriff's officials say they've received numerous complaints from concerned parents about motorists not stopping