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College Station Bans Traditional Pet Shops

At Thursday's meeting, the College Station city council passed an ordinance that prohibits the sale of non-rescue dogs and cats in pet...

College Station to Vote on ROO in Special Meeting Today

The College Station City Council meets Monday at 4 p.m. at city hall to consider a Restricted Occupancy Overlay (ROO). The ordinance would allow single-family...

College Station Plans on Borrowing Additional $62 Million Without Taxpayer Vote

The College Station City Council voted to begin the process of issuing $62 million in certificates of obligations for capital projects. The...

Brazos Valley Hospitalizations Continue to Decline After Mask Order Rescinded

Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-34 on March 2, 2021, and the order went into effect on March 10, 2021....

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold flies the Battle Ensign underway during the annual U.S.-Japan Bilateral Advanced Warfighting Training Exercise in the Philippine Sea, March 1, 2021. (Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Deanna C. Gonzales/US Navy) Japan wants to arm itself against China, and we should help.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I t is 7,000 miles from Washington to Beijing, but it is only a little more than 1,000 miles from Tokyo to Beijing. If it sometimes seems that Japan is taking China seven times more seriously than is the United States, the explanation may be as simple as that.

Japan’s prime minister, Yoshihide Suga, is on his way out, and his most likely (though not certain) successor is a former foreign minister, Fumio Kishida, who embodies the increasingly assertive national-defense mentality of Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party. Kishida has suggested that Japan requires, among other armaments, missiles that could be used to …

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State News

Pratt: Part of Texas Big Freeze Showed More Money and Regulation, Not a Solution

Texas’ Big Freeze power outages of 2021 continue to spur investigation and media stories. But often, even when getting it right, media folk miss...

Martin: Conflict of Interest at Fort Worth ISD?

In Part 2 of investigating the relationship between Leadership ISD and Fort Worth ISD, we look into one person in FWISD who has made...

Local Tyranny: Dallas ISD Trustees vs. Moms

On Thursday, Dallas school district police forced a woman to leave a school board meeting because she was unmasked. In the meeting, a mother...

Austin Homelessness Spending Audit Raises More Questions Than Answers

A long-anticipated internal report on the City of Austin’s spending on homelessness finally dropped this week. The report, which can be found here, was...

Taxpayer-funded Lobbying

Ending the practice of taxpayer-funded lobbying has been a top priority of Texas Republicans for years, with the vast majority of Texans opposing the...

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