Texas Standard for June 14, 2017
A still developing story out of northern Virginia, where a gunman opened fire on members of Congress and aides. Congressman Steve Scalise, the majority whip from Louisiana, was hit in the early morning attack. An aide to Texas Congressman Roger Williams was also hit. It’s a developing story we’re following this hour. And: Is it foliage versus fascism? How did trees get caught up in Texas politics? We’ll check out the roots. Also: DPS cuts back hours at driver’s license centers across the state. The blowback over long lines forces a 180. We’ll hear from a Houston senator none too amused by the back and forth. Those stories and so much more today on the Texas Standard.
Tree Cutting Restrictions Spark Debate Over Local Control
Trump’s Cuba Policy Changes Could Mean Lost Opportunities For Texas
John Whitmire Says DPS Driver’s License Division Is ‘The Stepchild of The Agency’
Ken Paxton Gets A New Judge In His Securities Fraud Case
Tips For Ticks: How To Remain Bite-Free This Summer
New NBA Team Logo Spurs Critiques
Is Travis County Refusing To Hold Violent Criminals For ICE?