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Texas Town Looks to Tell Story of Mexican Migrant Workers

Texas Town Looks to Tell Story of Mexican Migrant Workers

By Jamie Stengle | Mar 6
A Texas border town is working to restore what is believed to be the only remaining site that once helped process the millions of Mexicans who came to the U.S. as temporary guest workers under a program that started during World War II.

Texas Judge Declares Same-Sex Couples Can Be Denied Benefits

By John Riley | Sep 10
A Texas state supreme court justice says that the Texas Court of Appeals erred in assuming that because of the Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage, it had to extend equal benefits to same-sex married couples.

Texas Republicans Promise to Pass Anti-LGBT Laws Next Year

By John Riley | Aug 15
What most people have seemed to take away from the recent fight over North Carolina's HB 2 is that the fallout from the controversial anti-LGBT law has caused the state much grief. Not anti-LGBT Texas lawmakers, though.

Lesbian Visitor Murdered in Austin

By Heather Cassell | Aug 7
This was the happiest time in Teqnika Moultrie's life, but it was tragically cut short early Sunday morning in Austin, Texas.

More Than 20 Texas Towns Repeal Sex Offender Residency Law

By David Warren | Feb 8
A broad legal challenge has led more than 20 towns in Texas to ease restrictions over the last few months on where sex offenders can live instead of fight a costly battle in court.

Go Big Or Go Home: 48 Hours in Houston

By Matthew Wexler | Feb 1
Houston is the fourth-largest city in the country and packed with LGBT happenings that will heat up your winter blues.

Texas Men Who Tortured Black Gay Man Indicted

By John Riley | Aug 22
A federal grand jury returned a four-count indictment against Jimmy Garza, Jr., 32, and Ramiro Serrata, Jr., 22. The men are accused of a hate crime involving alleged sexual violence.

Where to Go in 2015: Houston

By Matthew Wexler | Jan 4
Go big or go home. For our final "Where to Go in 2015" installment, it's going to be a knee slappin' good time in the Lone Star State. Watch out, Houston, here we come.

San Antonio Gay Bar Workers Beaten in Alleged Anti-Gay Attack

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 18
Employees of the San Antonio, Texas gay bar, the Saint Showbar, said they were brutally beaten outside their place of employment in the early morning hours of Wednesday, Dec. 17, and they believe it was because they are gay.

The Postman Always Brings Meth

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 23
A veteran mail carrier was arrested last week while driving along his route in Texas, when police busted him distributing methamphetamine along with the mail.

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