The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles declined a request that George Floyd be granted a posthumous pardon for a 2004 drug arrest made by a now-indicted ex-Houston police officer.
Brandy Bottone got the first traffic violation dismissed, arguing that under Texas' abortion law, her fetus counted as a person. She's hoping to make the same argument again.
One year after a restrictive abortion law took effect, a poll shows a majority of Texans surveyed say they support abortion access in most or all cases. Many say the issue will motivate them to vote.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the seized cocaine totaled more than $11.8 million in street value.
As more states restrict abortion, the obstacles for minors who need the procedure are growing. Abortion-rights advocates warn the legal upheaval is leaving young people confused and without options.
Following the Supreme Court's decision, Carlie Brown and Molly Pela rescheduled their wedding for nine months earlier. They fear that without federal protections, their family remains vulnerable.
A Republican state legislator's proposal would allow prosecutors from around the state to step in when local DAs refuse to press charges over abortion, as at least five Texas prosecutors have vowed.
Clinics were shutting down abortion services in the nation's second-largest state Saturday after the Texas Supreme Court blocked an order allowing the procedure to resume in some cases.
The whiplash of Texas clinics turning away patients, rescheduling them and now potentially canceling appointments again illustrated the confusion and scrambling taking place since Roe fell.
Nearly 90 elected prosecutors from both blue and red states pledged not to prosecute those who seek or provide abortions. One Texas DA says that's because their jobs are about keeping people safe.