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Texas Take

Jan 9, 2020

 

As tensions flare with Iran, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says Iranian cyber attacks are attempted against state government systems as often as 10,000 a minute. Meantime, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller says the FBI is investigating an Iranian inspired attack against his agency's website. Plus, Democrats running...


Jan 3, 2020

Former San Antonio Mayor and HUD Secretary Julian Castro dropped his bid for the presidency this week. Jeremy's been covering the campaign and has the scoop. Meantime, a church shooting in the Fort Worth area has thrust the gun debate back into the spotlight in Texas. Andrea has the details.
All that and more as we go...


Dec 19, 2019

Texans weigh in on both sides of the impeachment of President Donald John Trump, with Sen. Ted Cruz taking the lead and accusing Speaker Nancy Pelosi of making threats in in the process. Meantime, Scott and Jeremy weigh on their top stories of 2019: The fall of a speaker, mass shootings in Texas, the changing face of...


Dec 12, 2019

As impeachment moves forward in Washington Sen. Ted Cruz has now emerged as perhaps President Donald Trump's biggest defender. Candidates have now lined up for Congress, Texas House, and other offices across the state, with a record number of Republican women running. And Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is...


Dec 6, 2019

The political career of a Republican lawmaker came to a swift end in the Texas suburbs this week after he made racially offensive comments about Asian Americans. Houston Chronicle reporter Andrea Zelinski has the scoop. Speaking of scoops, Chronicle reporter Taylor Goldenstein has this one: Gov. Greg Abbott's office is...