Texas school district feels a vindicateda after school finance ruling
Many Texas schools are still reeling from funding cuts, after the state legislature cut billions from education back in 2011.
Real Estate Roundup: CBRE team dominates recent industrial deals;...
Here is a roundup of deals and announcements in the Austin real estate market during the past week that weren't included in other Austin Business Journal real estate online coverage .
Commissioners seek to raise own pay
After passing several bonds and a resolution governing the use of county right-of-way, commissioners prepared to vote on a 1.5 percent increase in salary for all general fund employees, including library employees.
Southwest Farm Press
PIE tour termed major success
In spite of years of experience producing cotton crops on their farms in the Southeast, producers participating in the National Cotton Council's Producer Information Exchange Tour in Texas last week are going home with new ideas about solving old problems and current farming challenges.
Central American Immigrants Are Welcomed in This Texas Town
Today, buses with Central American mothers and children apprehended at the border start arriving in Karnes City, about 54 miles southeast of San Antonio.