The Jeff Ward Show

It's one of the most common questions I get: How many people move to Austin on an average day? You've probably seen several numbers thrown around out there. But finally, I have a specific number I'm comfortable reporting. Drumroll, please: 110. That's the official number from...
A bill to allow terminally ill patients to try experimental medications was unanimously passed by the state Senate Thursday and now heads to the lower chamber. Authored by state Sen. Paul Bettencourt, R-Houston, the so-called “right to try” bill follows similar laws adopted in...
By Vincent Frank There is a lot of speculation swirling around the NFL that the Cleveland Browns may have decided to move on from 2014 first-round pick Johnny Manziel. That might be fine and dandy, but the team still needs to find a willing trade partner should it decide to...
The Smithville school district will no longer pursue the termination of a high school teacher they accused of making a racially insensitive remark in a classroom in February. The school board decided at a special meeting Tuesday that continuing the process of firing Smithville...
RICHMOND, Texas- A Houston-area teacher faces unspecified discipline for allegedly giving students anti-Muslim documents during class. Officials with the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District say the handout, with references to terrorism and beheadings, was not approved...
RICHMOND, Texas- A Houston-area teacher faces unspecified discipline for allegedly giving students anti-Muslim documents during class. Officials with the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District say the handout, with references to terrorism and beheadings, was not approved...
At a press conference on April 7, 2015, Texas lawmakers and business leaders made a case against to two proposed amendments to the state’s existing religious freedom law that they say are discriminatory, particularly against the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender community...
At a press conference on April 7, 2015, Texas lawmakers and business leaders made a case against to two proposed amendments to the state’s existing religious freedom law that they say are discriminatory, particularly against the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender community...
Read more DES MOINES, Iowa — When Henry and Donna Lou Rayhons married seven years ago in their northern Iowa hometown, it was a second chance at love for the devoted couple, both previously widowed. But their domestic routine of church activities and political functions...