On Monday, the FBI announced a national sweep that resulted in the arrest of 159 pimps and the recovery of 105 children who were being victimized through prostitution.
The FBI reported that four Texas divisions were able to rescue 5 juveniles and arrest 7 pimps through Operation Cross Country.
Congresswoman Kay Granger, Texas-12, recently issued the following statement after joining Rep. Kevin Brady, Texas-8, as a co-sponsor on the Death Tax Repeal Act of 2013.
Today thanks to the leadership of Representatives Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) and Kay Granger (R-TX) the House of Representatives unanimously voted to pass an amendment to the FY2014 National Defense Authorization that continues to restrict the Pentagon from entering into new contracts with Russia’s state arms broker Rosoboronexport.
Aledo celebrated the 50th anniversary of its incorporation with a celebration Saturday, although its history stretches back much further than 1963.
What started in the 1870s as a refueling station for trains on their way into Parker County has since grown into a city that continues to develop.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew faced a skeptical Congress on Wednesday as he defended President Obama's request for $2.9 billion to fund international affairs programs next year.
The Marine Corps is replacing its aging C-130s at Naval Air Station Fort Worth with the next generation of the aircraft, U.S. Rep. Kay Granger, R-Fort Worth, announced Tuesday.
U.S. Rep. Kay Granger (R) and U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey (D) represent two different political parties, but they both agree that Texas Wesleyan provides a good foundation for leadership.
In the back and forth debate over the potential impact of the nation’s forced budget cuts, a Fort Worth soldier suddenly heard his own story being told in a Washington hearing room full of generals and congressmen.
“A soldier at my rank doesn’t commonly get discussed in front of people of such high stature,” Sgt. Alan Hill said at his home Friday.
BY JACK DOUGLAS JR. AND JASON ALLEN
A CBS 11 I-Team investigation has uncovered a pattern of complaints by soldiers at a Texas Army post, triggering an outside review of the facility and drawing a promise from the commanding general that improvements are underway.
BY KAY GRANGER, JOHN D. NEGROPONTE & CHARLES SHAPIRO