Pet owners in the northwest side of the DFW metroplex, be careful.
Ugly protests against Texas Muslims Capitol Day, and youth crime rates are falling across the state.
Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth—and even Arlington—are exceeding the capital city in a number of ways.
Austin’s Hello Caller brings a jangly, shuffling beat to the singles series from startup label Violent Films.
Now that’s service.
The state’s top offerings, from what infinity feels—and sounds—like to another reason to commemorate February 2 that doesn’t involve any groundhogs.
The influential data journalism site 538.com takes issue with the reports that Austin’s black population is shrinking. Are they missing some context?
It appears that Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam may regret listening to that homeless guy.
9-year-old Alexis Bortell’s doctors prescribed her medical marijuana to treat her life-threatening epileptic seizures. But she can’t get it filled in her home state of Texas—at least, not yet.
As tuition prices climb and student debt rates increase, UT-Austin students look for, ahem, financial aid on an online dating site with a weird twist.
In their sixties Houston-based prime, the music of Bobby “Blue” Bland and his musical director Joe Scott was every bit as good as that of Frank Sinatra and Nelson Riddle.
One of Houston’s most cherished art landmarks can’t survive the ravages of the climate or the loss of its hyperkinetic, ever-improvising creator.
If Governor Abbott and the Legislature decide to go the way of California and Utah, they shouldn’t kid themselves that they’re doing it for economic reasons.
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