Kathryn Jones


Into the Sunset

Sorry, Willie. My heroes have always been cowgirls—which is why I’m sad that these Texas icons are disappearing.

A Wyly Strategy

Dallas billionaire Sam Wyly is gearing up for another battle in his war with Computer Associates. This time he may have the firepower to win.

Together at Last

Compaq and Hewlett-Packard have completed the largest merger in the history of the technology industry, but is that good news for Houston and Texas?

Brownsville to Laredo on U.S. 83 and Mexico Highway 2

Vintage jukeboxes, puffed tacos, a deserted village—and a vision of Tom Landry.

Up in the Air

Since September 11, Texas’ big three airlines—American, Continental, and Southwest—have struggled to survive. Here’s their flight plan for the future.

Flying Aces

September 11 changed the airline industry. It’s a good thing that the state’s top airlines each have the right guy calling the shots.

Rod Canion

Booting up Rod Canion, version 2.0.

The Airline Guys

Robert Crandall and Frank Lorenzo.

Whine Country

Californians can blame Texans all they want for their energy crisis, but the truth is they had the power to avoid it.

Old-Fashioned Texas

Texas is changing before our eyes, but fried pies, drive-in movie theaters, and other vestiges of earlier days are all around. To find these treasures, we risked life, limb, and cholesterol count-and had a blast from the past.

Family Matters

Kathryn Jones pulls at her family’s roots.

Back to Jasper

Looking in on Jasper.

Skeleton Crew?

Chasing ghosts in Corpus Christi.